Uni Italia will hold a photo exhibition titled "Sicily" by photographer Fulvio Bugani at Casa Italia Hanoi from August 18 to 31 as part of activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Italy and Vietnam (1973-2023).
Photographer Fulvio Bugani is known as a person who has a “instinct to tell a story using photos”. His current personal photo exhibition “Sicily” includes 20 selected photos depicting the quintessence of Sicily.
The largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily is always a tourist destination full of charm with romantic beaches, beautiful scenery, and rich cultural heritage.
Born in Bologna in 1974, Bugani became interested in photography as a child. About 20 years ago, he turned his hobby into his profession, and he has been running Fotostudio Image in Bologna since 1999. He has won many international photo awards.
Through his lens, Fulvio Bugani captures the unique beauty of this island, immersing viewers in unique stories and emotions that only Sicily can bring.
Fulvio Bugani is an Italian Freelance Documentary Photographer (born 1974) with over 20 years of experience in photography.
Bugani has been a freelance professional photographer working with associations and NGOs. He actively collaborates with MSF (Medecins Sans Frontier) and Amnesty International, for which he has participated in several projects on social reportage topics.
His works have also been published in the world's leading prestigious magazines and websites such as TIME LightBox, The Guardian, LFI - Leica Fotografie International, and Cubadebate.
One of the most prominent achievements of Fulvio Bugani's career is his receipt of the World Press Photo Award.
The photo exhibition will open at 5:30 pm on August 17 and last until August 31 at Casa Italia, 18 Le Phung Hieu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.