Gianfranco Gallucci (b.1981) is an independent documentary photographer based in Rome. He works mainly getting involved in long term projects focused on landscape, social and cultural issues, exploring the relationship between us and the places we live.
Graduated in Architecture at the University of Ferrara in 2008. He started approaching photography by himself in 2004, after independent studies on cinematography, while majoring in architecture at university.
In 2009 wins a european scholarship with which he got an internship at VU’ in Paris. The following year, he moved to Rome where he got a master in photojournalism at ISFCI and attended workshops with photographers like Patrick Zachmann, Davide Monteleone, Christina Garcia Rodero and others.
In 2013 took part to “Naked City Project” campaign on the city of Rome, and “Confotografia”, a residency – documentary campaign on the territories of L’Aquila, the italian city destroyed by the earthquake in 2009. In 2014 is invited by The Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan to work on a documentary project in the most remote areas of the South.
His work has been published on italian and foreign magazines such as Taz Berliner Zeitung, Brand Eins, Mitbestimmung, Territorio, l’Espresso, National Geographic Italia, Domusweb, Urbanautica, among others, and exhibited in several institutions including Triennale di Milano and MACRO Museum in Rome.
He is currently working between Italy, Poland and Kazakhstan.