Alex Majoli | Daniele Dainelli | Lorenzo Cicconi Massi | Lorenzo Pesce | Marta Sarlo | Martino Lombezzi | Massimo Siragusa | Niccolò Degiorgis | Paolo Pellegrin | Simona GhizzoniMartino Lombezzi was born in Genoa in 1977. He grew up and studied in Milan, and in 1996 he moved to Bologna, where he is still living, to study contemporary history. He also worked as an assistant photographer for several studios in Milan. He graduated in 2003 with a senior thesis on the Hague International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia. After graduating, he began to devote all his time to photography. Lombezzi joined Contrasto in 2005 doing photo sessions for many Italian periodicals. He is interested in themes related to territory, memory, and landscape. In addition to Italy, he has worked in the Middle East and the Balkans. In 2009 he exhibited Crepe on the earthquake in Abruzzo for the first Reportage Atri Festival. In 2010 his project on the those who survived the terrorist attack in Bologna in 1980 was exhibited in Bologna for the thirtieth commemoration. A long- term project on several “excellent” Italian businesses recently became a book called Il Talento dell'Impresa, curated by Francesco Morace, Giovanni Lanzone, and Linda Gobbi. He is currently working on a project called Blue Line about the border between Lebanon and Israel.