Documenting migration crises, energy-related conflicts, climate change, and ancient traditions, Nicolò Filippo Rosso’s exploration of the human condition and the violation of fundamental freedoms has appeared in magazines’ cover stories and leading publications worldwide.
In 2021, his work received The Eugene Smith Memorial Fund for Humanistic Photography, one of the most coveted accomplishments in a photographer’s life. Picture of the Year International and World Press Photo have also recognized his photographs.
His work is part of private collections and museums such as the Ernst Leitz Museum in Wetzlar, Germany, and the W. Eugene Smith Legacy Collection at the International Center of Photography in New York, United States.
Rosso’s work has been exhibited in public spaces as part of international campaigns against xenophobia and fundraising events led by international organizations and NGOs, such as UNHCR, The United Nations Refugee Agency, the IOM, UN Migration (International Organization for Migration), the European Union, Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada.
It is humble to receive interest in prints from collectors and supporters of the work.
Limited editions of six are available in three formats (including a 2cm white border): 42×28.67cm, 72×48.7cm, 102×68.7cm, and 28,67×74,2cm, 48.7×128.5 and 68.7×182.6cm for panoramics created with a medium format camera.
Each copy is signed and numbered by the author and provided with a Hahnemüle Certificate of Authenticity and a serialized numbered hologram, assuring each certificate relates to one specific print.
Photographs will be delivered unframed, in a hand-made box, preserved in an archival acid-free envelope, or framed under the author’s guidance.
For further information, or if you are interested in photography from Rosso’s Instagram page or elsewhere online, don’t hesitate to contact him by email or phone.