Published : 6 March 2017
N° ISBN : 978-2-36956-047-0
TerraProject is a collective of documentary photographers founded in Italy in 2006. Its members are Michele Borzoni, Simone Donati, Pietro Paolini and Rocco Rorandelli.
With an eye on both the Italian reality and the most relevant social and environmental issues, the members of TerraProject have produced numerous individual and group projects, experimenting with an original collective writing approach. TerraProject produces stories and essays for the editorial market as well as corporate clients and fine art.
The works of the collective have been published in the pages of the most important international magazines, including Der Spiegel, Financial Times Magazine, GEO, Le Monde Magazine, Monocle, Newsweek, Paris Match, Stern, Time, The Wall Street Journal and, in Italy, on D La Repubblica, Internazionale, Io Donna, L’Espresso, Sportweek and Vanity Fair.
Their works have been exhibited in various prestigious venues around the world and the collective’s members have been guests of numerous international photo festivals. TerraProject photographers have received many prestigious international awards including the World Press Photo (2010 and 2012), the Canon Prize (2010), the Pesaresi Award for Contemporary Photography (2013) and Graziadei Award (2014).
Photographies de TerraProject
Land Inc. is a travel documentary through Brazil, Dubai, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Indonesia, the Philippines and Ukraine to document a crucial phenomenon: land grabbing.
Neocolonialism or development opportunities? Seven internationally renowned experts give us an overall view of the matter.
Land Inc. is above all the result of two years of work of four photographers from the Italian collective TerraProject who, from 2012 to 2013, traveled the seven countries to understand the issues, depict the actors and analyze the balance of powers of this global phenomenon.
If each report (images, texts and graphics) reveals specific issues, the seven chapters together draw the geography of tomorrow’s agriculture.