Gianni Giosue

Gianni Giosue likes experimenting with light and letting the magic happen.

With every news assignment there is a chance to produce graphic and informative images, behind every documentary story there is a chance to become a better person.”

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His photos have appeared in media worldwide including :
The Daily Telegraph, The Los Angeles Times, Shukan Asahi Japan, PDN On Line, PHOTO Magazine, PhotoVisura Magazine, L'oeil de la photographie, Alternatives Internationales and Time Asia.


May 2009 His photos of The Mobile Mini Circus for Children from Afghanistan have been exhibited at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan-FCCJ..

Sept. 2010 He was awarded a 'Coup de Coeur' nomination at the 2010 “VISA Pour
L'Image” Photojournalism Festival for his work “One year in Russia”

April 2011 His “Images from Tohoku” were exhibited in Milan,Italy during the
“Salone del Mobile” Trade Fair and raised €5,464.15 (7,719.01 USD) for the city
of Ishinomaki,Japan.

Sept. 2011 Shortlisted for the Gammelrgaard Monochrome 2011 Black and
white Prize and participated in the following exhibition, Herlev, DenmarkThe
exhibition raised 2.462,82 Euros for charities in India.

May 2012 Shortlisted for the Gammelgaard Monochrome Black and white prize at
The Creative Hinckley Gallery at the Atkins Building, Leicestershire, UK

June 2012 Shortlisted for the documentary section of the Kolga Tiblisi Photo
Festival with the series “The refugees from the Pankisi Valley”.

June 2012 “The refugees from the Pankisi Valley” was selected for a slide
show at Angkor Wat Photo Festival 2012.

March 2013 My photos published on Asphalt Book, by Atsushi
Fujiwara,were part of Format Photo Festival in Derby, England.

August 2013 Selected for Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Ballarat, Australia

June 2014 Collective Exhibition in Vannes, France - All the images produced come from film negatives.

May 2015 Selected for "Photo de Mer Festival", France

September 2016 Exhibition at Art Space "Les Bigotes". Images of Georgia in collaboration with Anka Gujabidze.