With Open Eyes is the collection of Mario Calabresi's interviews with renowned international photographers (Steve McCurry, Don McCullin, Elliott Erwitt, Paul Fusco, Josef Koudelka, Alex Webb, Gabriele Basilico, Abbas, Paolo Pellegrin, and Sebastião Salgado): an exciting dive into history through the images and the words of great witnesses who have captured and lived some of the most tragic and intense moments of our past, creating the common historical memory with their photographs.
Mario Calabresi, writer and journalist, has been editor in chief of the Italian newspaper La Stampa since 2009. A graduate in history, he worked as parliamentary reporter for Ansa and at La Stampa newsroom in Rome. He was news editor at la Repubblica and, as contributor from New York, he followed the presidential campaign and the election of Barack Obama.
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Mario Calabresi, writer and journalist, Editor in chief of the Italian newspaper "La Stampa" since 2009, was born in 1970 in Rome. Graduate in History, he worked as parliamentary reporter for Ansa and at "La Stampa" newsroom in Rome. He was news editor at "Repubblica" and, as contributor from New York, he followed the presidential campaign and the election of Barack Obama. In 2002, together with Francesca Senette and Andrea Galdi, he won the Angelo Rizzoli award for journalism and in 2003 also the one dedicated to Carlo Casalegno. On 18th January 2011 he received the prize "E giornalismo." He published with Mondadori "Spingendo la notte piu in la" (2007), dedicated to the victims of terrorism, which has given birth to a theatrical performance with Luca Zingaretti; with Mondadori he also published "La fortuna non esiste" (2009) and "Cosa tiene accese le stelle" (2001).
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