• Emanuele Amighetti

    Documentary photographer
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  • Location: Milan
    Nationality: Italy
    Biography: Emanuele Amighetti is an independent documentary photographer based in Milan, Italy. His work focuses on social issues and the aftermath of war. His works have been published on various international magazines. He was recipient of awards... read on
Updated Mar 03, 2017
Back Out Of Sight On The Italian Border
By Emanuele Amighetti
Refugee crisis in northern Italy The sign just behind the...
Como, Italy Black And White, Borders, Children, Discrimination, Documentary, Europe, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, International, Migration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Protests, Racism, Reporting
Updated Feb 08, 2017
The Bomb Hunters Of Kosovo
By Emanuele Amighetti
The hunt for the hidden bombs and landmines in Kosovo...
Kosovo Abandonment, Agriculture, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Culture, Documentary, Europe, Forest, Human Rights, International, Landimines, Landscape, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Reporting
Updated Nov 19, 2017
Hide Sexuality
By Emanuele Amighetti
Georgian LGBTQ community: life and death under Russian influence...
Tbilisi, Georgia Adolescence, Civil Rights, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Gay, Gay Rights, Gender, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Isolation, Lesbian, Photography, Portraiture, Transgender
Updated Nov 23, 2017
Life In A Forgotten Country
By Emanuele Amighetti
The war between Armenia and Azerbaijan has been a long one. It...
Nagorno-Karabakh Documentary, Editorial, Education, Isolation, Military, Militias, Minority, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Reporting, Teens, War, Youth
Updated Nov 19, 2017
The Wasteland
By Emanuele Amighetti
Georgia, Caucasus Abandonment, Borders, Christianity, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Faith, Family, Fear, Freedom, Health/Healing, Historical, Hope, Human Rights, Incarceration, Isolation, Loss, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Relationships, Violence, War, Youth