MATTEO CESCHI, Milanese street photographer, essayist and journalist, he writes for several magazines and has exhibited his shots in various locations. His latest book, Un’altra musica. L’america nella canzoni di protesta, was published in 2018 by Mimesis Edizioni. He is a member of f50/The International Photography Collective. His latest projects were in collaboration with f/50 fellows John Meehan, Steve Coleman, Keith Goldstein and Peter Barton and with the Italian fashion brand Lucio Costa. He received a honorable mention at the 2015 International Photography Awards. In 2016 he realized with colleague Jim Marshall KO.existence, a photographic project exhibited in Sarajevo and in 2017 in Milan (with high-patronage of the Italian Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina). In 2017 he was curator of an exhibition of historic photos entitled Unseen Sixties at ExpoWall gallery in Milan. In Spring 2017 he launched with creative designer Federico Ramponi remoteclicking, a new shooting language that exploits mobile technology. He was the author of the “making of” of artist and director Federico Garibaldi’s short film, Un filo tra cielo, terra e acqua, winner of the Silver Dolphin prize at the 2018 Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards.
In a recent interview, granted to f/50 member Matteo Ceschi, by Italian artist/director/photographer Federico Garibaldi, the latter talked about how he felt after completing an assignment. Federico described the feeling as “something in between a state of mind and a state of heart”.
This description immediately resonated with us and led us to consider how this notion of head and heart might exist in our own imagery. Here are our own responses.
SEE: STATE OF MIND/STATE OF HEART realized with f/50 fellows Steve Coleman, Keith Goldstein and John Meehan
Unsharp Mask, a new f/50 project with my fellows Keith Goldstein, John Meehan, PD Barton and Steve Coleman. ENJOY!
Don’t miss the latest f/50 project, Craft of Hands, with fellow Steve Coleman and Keith Goldstein.
Commuters, a new f/50 photo project with fellows Peter Barton, Steve Coleman and Keith Goldstein. See f50collective.com