Gian Marco Sanna (Rome, 1993) From 2012 to 2015 he has studied at the Roman School of Photography, where he has acquired the techniques from analogue to digital photography. In 2015 he started to attend the D.O.O.R. Academy, experimenting with documentary photography. In 2016 he found L.I.S.A. collective. He has already published his works on several international magazines. In 2017 the publishing house Urbanautica printed his first book Malagrotta, which was presented during the Paris Photo at Mi Galerie in Paris and at Fotofever in 2019. In September 2019 he published AGARTHI with the publisher Penisola Edizioni his second work about Lake Bolsena on which he had worked on for the past five years.Two of Gian Marco Sanna’s prints have been selected to become part of the collection of Fondazione Orestiadi in Gibellina. AGARTHI win the Parallel Voices 2020 at Photometria Festival in Greece. Gian Marco has worked on many assignments for many magazines of documentary photography including Youthies magazine and SUQ magazine. Curator Discarded Magazine.
And so life will begin to flow again, and these shots will remain forever the dark memory and the red light of fear, but also the hope of a better world.
Red Area is an ongoing project started 1 year ago, imagining the last days on the planet earth of humanity. Will be the end? Is it possible that after our frenetic life are we all in the same tunnel? That's right ... our beautiful planet, that we have exploited it, abused it, humiliated it and now what seemed obvious to us, we are missing it. We miss light, sun, freedom, life. We are like an anthill of men, unaware of their destiny, sad and repentant. Who knows if we will be different at the end of this period, maybe we will have learned to listen to each other more, to appreciate the silence, and to stop this inexhaustible race ... but if we knew our past and our future, would there still be that desire to run? And so life will begin to flow again, and these shots will remain forever the dark memory and the red light of fear, but also the hope of a better world.