The 26th Annual International Center of Photography Infinity Awards 2010

Daniele Tamagni lebt als Fotograf in Italien. Sein Werk wurde weltweit veröffentlicht z.B. in The Guardian Weekend, The Daily Tele­graph, The Sunday Times, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, El Pais, La Repub­blica Velvet und v.a. Tamagnis Buch »Gentlemen des Bacongo« fing die faszinierende Sub­kultur des Kongo ein, wofür er im März 2010 den ICP Infinity Award in New York erhielt.

»The Flying Cholitas« gewann den World Press Photo Award 2011 (Stories Arts & Entertain­ment). Tamagni nahm an diversen Ausstellun­gen teil, wie zum Beispiel »der Auf­stieg Peckhams« 2007, organisiert von Paul Goodwin (Tate Britain). Vertreten wird Tama­gni von der Michel Hoppen Galerie. Seine letzte Ausstellung »Africolors« ist in der New Yorker Galerie »Danziger­projects« zu sehen.  Im letzten Jahr ging Tamagni nach Rajasthan, Indien, wo er das Sehvermö­gen armer Dorfbewohner dokumentierte.
Daniele Tamagni is a photographer from Italy with a background as an art historian. His photographic work has been published worldwide . He regularly publishes for the Italian bi-monthly magazine Africa. His book Gentlemen of Bacongo captures the fascinating subculture of the Congo in which men dress in designer and handmade suits and other luxury items. The designer Paul Smith inspired all his collection s/s 2010 with Tamagni’s images of the Sapeurs.

In March 2010 he won the ICP Infinity Award in New York 2010. Daniele has taken part in various exhibitions such as Peckham Rising in 2007 organized by Paul Goodwin, cross cultural curator at Tate Britain and is represented by Michel Hoppen Gallery for private commissions and acquisition of prints.

His last exhibition is in New York “AFRICOLORS” at Danzigerprojects gallery. Last year he went to Rajasthan India for an assignement documenting the importance of sight for people living in poor villages, commissioned by One Sight Luxottica.



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