Marta Giaccone (previously featured here) is a photographer from Milan, Italy, currently based in Tallinn, Estonia. Exploring issues related to family and youth, with a particular interest in the feminine perspective, Giaccone’s personal practice takes the form of long-term documentary projects shot with an intimate and contemplative approach on medium and large format film. “Return to Arturo’s Island” is an ongoing project inspired by the 1957 Italian novel “L’isola di Arturo/Arturo’s Island” by Elsa Morante, and follows a group of teens living on a very small island off the Gulf of Naples, Procida.
See more from Marta Giaccone below!
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