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Agbogbloshie, Accra, Ghana

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French-Italian photographer and journalist, Jean-Marc Caimi currently works as a freelance for Redux Pictures. His pictures mostly cover humanitarian and social issues. His latest works include reportages about the refugees from North Africa in Lampedusa, the crisis in Greece, the Zimbabwean refugees illegally crossing the South African border in search of a new life; the consequences of climate change in Andhra Pradesh (India); the business of illegal gold mining in Ghana; the lives of baby-workers in the Agbogbloshie waste dump of Accra (Ghana); the exodus of Somali refugees in Yemen. His reportages have been published in many Italian and foreign magazines and newspapers such as Le Monde Diplomatique (France, Italy), Internazionale, Il Manifesto (Italy), Panorama Economy (Italy), A-Magazinet (Sweden), Chatelaine (Canada) and Taz (Germany), XL Repubblica (Italy), Private (Italy). He won the jury prize at the “Biennale di Videofotografia” in Alessandria (Turin) and was short listed for the World Photography Award 2009 among the best ten works for architecture photography. His work “Lampedusa” had an Honorable mention in the 2011 IPA Photography Award.
In France, his pictures are a permanent exhibition at Photo4 gallery, Paris.
He is the didactic director of a photography course dedicated to refugees and migrants living in Rome.

Jean-Marc Caimi 's current location:
Rome , Italy

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