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Renato Ferrantini

Photographer

Italy
I'm curious about the world. That's my role.
Renato Ferrantini

He was born in Rome, where he lives and works as an engineer. He is passionate about geopolitics and photojournalism.
He has been working on migration since 2015; as a volunteer for the Baobab Experience Association, he created the exhibition ‘Piazzale Maslax: a Call for Help, for Hope’.

Photo reportages accompanied his trips to Algiers, along the Balkan route in Bosnia and Iraqi Kurdistan. During the lockdown for Covid-19, he produced the photo project ‘Quarantine in my neighbourhood’, documenting the historic Roman Tufello complex. He produced an image story from the Ukrainian borders of Romania and Moldova for DINAMOPress.

In February 2023, he edited a report from the Saharawi refugee camps in Algeria and produced the exhibition ‘Saharawi. Beyond waiting’. At the same time, he follows current social events with a focus on student mobilisations, – which he explored in depth with the installation ‘Of Our Blood’, civil rights campaigns and struggles against racial and ethnic discrimination.
He has published in Internazionale, Il Manifesto, Il Venerdì di Repubblica, Ansa, L’Essenziale, and Left and Witness Journal. He collaborates with the Emergency and ADMO associations.

Renato Ferrantini in DooG Reporter

Life
The stories of Azma, Sukaina, Abdellhai, Kaver, Khalia, Tawalo, Leila, and the other Saharawi refugees on the Moroccan-Mauritanian border
... caricamento in corso

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