Photographer Enrico Bossan has been leading editorial projects for years, discovered young talents and following them as a mentor in their creative research. Having started his career as a photojournalist 30 years ago, Bossan's works have been published in important international magazines. He has published around 10 photobooks (Pechino-Parigi, sulla strada con l’Italia, 1989, Exit, 1992 with Roberto Koch, Esodo, 2000, about terminally ill AIDS patients, èAfrica, 2003) as well as organizing and curating exhibitions. In 2011, Bossan directed in New York the Festival Hope Between Dream and Reality with Elizabeth Biondi. Since 1998 he has worked as a communication consultant for Medici con l’Africa Cuamm. From 2003 to 2006 he curated the social and cultural communication project of the health agency in Rovigo. He taught Photography at the University in Padua and at several Masterclasses. Since 2005, Bossan has been head of the Photography Area at Fabrica Research Centre and in 2006 was appointed Editorial Director of Colors Magazine. Since January 2014, he has been in charge of the Editorial Area. During his time at Fabrica, Bossan conceived the FFF Award, curated the exhibition 6x6 Women and realized the performance of the installation of the Peace Dove by Erik Ravelo in Tripoli on 24 December 2011, when Libya celebrated its Independence Day after 42 years of regime. As Editorial Director at Fabrica, he has also published a series of books: Beautiful gene, Bail Bond, Miracle Village and Lipadusa and he has curated the multimedia projects Sciabica and Lok Sabha.