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Stefano De Luigi is a familiar contributor to many international magazines including Stern, Paris Match, Le Monde Magazine, Time, and The New Yorker, although he is probably best known for his long-term projects, which include Pornoland (winner of the Marco Bastianelli Prize in 2005) and Blanco Visions of Blindness, published by Trolley Books in 2010 (winner of POY best book of the year- 2010). In 2006 De Luigi started a project called Cinema Mundi, which focused on alternative cinema and was transformed into a short seven-minute film that was screened at the Locarno Film Festival in August 2007. De Luigi has won the World Press Photo three times in different categories, 1998, 2007, and 2009, and WPP-Multimedia award in 2011 He is also a recipient of the Moving Walls of Soros Foundation in 2009 and Days Japan International Photojournalism Award and Getty Grant for editorial photojournalism both in 2010.



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