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Filippo Menichetti was born in Florence in 1986. In 2009, after graduating in Psychology at “La Sapienza” of Rome he decided to entirely embrace photography. After a year traveling between the United States, Europe and Asia he attended a master’s degree in photojournalism and reportage to the Scuola Romana di Fotografia in Rome. There he approached large format photography with a project on the urban landscape (“Ostia”, 2010) directing his gaze to the interactions between man and his environment. In 2012 he founded the collective PanAut with other authors of the Danish School of Media and Journalism where he graduated with “What Remains - meditations on a landscape”, produced on the West Coast of Denmark.In late 2013 he moved to Naples (IT), where he begin the collaboration with the photographer and video maker Martin Errichiello. From 2015 he start a visual research on the recent history of Calabria region, in southern Italy, that will become the project "In Fourth Person", realized together with Errichiello. From 2018 he lives and works in Pari
Martin Errichiello is a visual author born in Napoli in 1987. He pursues a personal investigation of the visual language through different medias. In 2010 he graduates in photography and visual communication at the CFP “Bauer” of Milan with an internship with the artist Raffaela Mariniello. Since then he promoted self-published editorial projects, collaborated with multimedia studios as freelance filmmaker and produced several projects, installations and a book.
In 2012 he was selected for the Visual Storytelling course at the Danish School of Media (attending lectures by Antoine d’Agata, Kent Klich, Nina Korhonen) where he founded the international crossmedia network of visual artists Panaut Collective and realized the awards-winning documentary “Archipelagoes”. He’s now based in Napoli, where he keeps working on a mixed media long-term research about South Italy’s identity.