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  • Photos in this gallery are available for fine art prints. All photos are printed on Hahnemühle paper with digital fine art printers. Click on the picture to see the price for each available size. Please request prints and infos at sales[at]antoninocondorelli[dot]com.

  • Egypt’s largest camel market is held at Birqash (pronounced Bir’ash), a small village 35km northwest of Cairo, just on the edge of the Delta’s cultivated land. It's not for the faint of heart – many traders treat the camels with intense cruelty. Hundreds of camels are sold here every friday. Most of the animals are brought up the Forty Days Road from western Sudan to just north of Abu Simbel by camel herders, and from there to the market in Daraw in Upper Egypt. Unsold camels are then hobbled and crammed into trucks for the 24-hour drive to Birqash. In addition to those from Sudan, there are camels from various parts of Egypt (including Sinai, the west and the south) and sometimes from as far away as Somalia. They are traded for cash or…

  • The city of the deaths, (Al-Qarafa) is an Islamic Cemetery next to the Mokatam Hills. It is considered the oldest cemetery in Egypt. Half way through the last century, people that could not find houses at afordable prices, started to live in the cemetery building their houses and commercial activities, illegaly, among the tombs. The City of death is extended for about 10 kilometers and it is not proved, but it is conisdered that more than 500 thousand people live there in extreme poverty.

  • n the Egyptian Arab Zabaleen means “Garbage People”. It is actually used to refer to people informal garbage collectors around Cairo. Zabaleen are a strong and closed Community mainly composed of Christians from Upper Egypt who had migrated to Cairo looking for job. They are settled in an area just outside Cairo City where they are counted in about 70/80 thousand people that every day collect garbage from the city to bring it in what is now called The Garbage City. Zabaleen collect garbage door to door recycling more than 80% of the waste they collect. Most of them use donkey pulled carts or truck to transport the garbage to Mokatam Hill, (the main place where Zabaleen are now located). Here Zabaleen separe the several materials from organic…

  • How could it be the Agriculture in Africa without women engagement? How does families grow up without mothers that make the job? The NGO Tamat helps women in Burkina Faso with 5 projects that aim to develope agriculture. Products are sold to the solidarity markets and are used in a Bio restaurant "La Jardinier" in a village of Ouagadougou.

  • In the south-west of Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in west Africa, near the Ghanaian border, there is a small, circular village of about 1.2 hectares, called Tiébele. Set in the heart of Kassena country, Tiébélé is famous for its sukhala or colorful windowless traditional houses. It is inhabited by people of Kassena, the oldest ethnic group in Burkina Faso, who settled in the region in the 15th century. Women of Tiébélé decorate their houses by painting intricate designs on the exterior walls, using colored mud and chalk. Houses in Tiébélé have been built for defensive purposes, whether against the climate or potential enemies. The doors are small in order to offer protection and there are barely any windows.

  • Bordoll is the first German brothel with dolls. People use to come at Brothel to have sex with dolls that have dimensions as a real woman. Dolls are available for several needs as extreme sex or normal performances. Bordoll is run by Evelyn Schwarz that opened the house one year ago. It is the first in Europe opened at the same time with the dolls brothel of Barcellona. In Europe doll brothels are 3, Dortmund, Barcellona and Paris. At Bordoll 30 minutes with a doll costs 50€, 1 hour 80€. People come at Bordoll from the entire Germany but also from Belgium, Holland, Italy. When the local internationally renewed soccer team, Borussia Dortmund has a local match, the number of clients increases as well the incomes. Bordoll is attended from about…

  • Wakaliwood is a nickname for the film industry developing in Wakaliga, a slum in Uganda's capital Kampala. Its main director is Nabwana Isaac Godfrey Geoffrey. Wakaliwood is best known for its ultra-low budget estimated to be in the region of $200. Isaac leads also Ramon Productions that produce the films. Films are all self produced and set design are even realized with very low materials. Wakaaliwood is recognized for violence movies, as well many themes are kung fu related. Many children want to learn Kung fu. Martial art is not used for self defence but as an opportunity to recite in movies with kung fu themes. Children find in Kung Fu a way too grow up and to escape from poverty.

  • Stories of sexual abuses against men, released by the victims. Refugee Law Projects Uganda cares about the victims of sexual abuses.

  • Skin Lightening in Uganda. Maama Lususu is the most successful entrepreneur of the Country, leading the tendencies of skin color change.

  • Seyran Ates is an Imam woman that live in Berlin. She realized the Ibn Rushd Goethe Mosque in Berli.

  • A selection of photos of immigrants that work in Italy after the arrival trough the Mediterranean Sea.

  • The italian policy about refugees allows immigrants to live in poverty.

  • Nicola Gratteri Procuratore della Repubblica di Catanzaro

  • Not allowed is a project that aims to tell the stories of people of LGBTI community that are abused, arrested and considered social outcasts.

  • Press freedom in Uganda is very difficult. Journalists are always threated, beat, and arrested.

  • Uganda Refugees Settlements

  • Commercial forestry to improve rural incomes and climate change. “Sawlog Production Grant Scheme” is a project run by the Government of Uganda with European Union and Food and Agricolture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. It is a project in 3 phases, (third phase started in 2015 till 2020) that aims to support small, medium and large scale of holders to establish commercial forest plantation for production of timiber, poles and fuel wood. The project is open to both women and men, but most of the holders are Women. “We started the project with men but most of them took the money to drink, so we decided to continue alone” said one of the holders. This project allows the families empowerment and allow children to attend schools and universities.

  • Don Tonino the priest that brings education trough Radio Pacis

  • Matatart to help street children in the slum.

  • Many of the refugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.

  • Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.

  • Long Term Project about Street Musician

  • Capo Colonna, Parco archeologico

  • The Monastery of St. Giovanni Therestis was built in the XI th Century in the territory of Bivongi in Calabria. The Calabria was under Byzantine rule until the beginning of the XI th Century, allowing the region preserve the greek culture and language and in the territory to develop the greek-orthodox Christianity of the Byzantine rite. The mount Aspromonte in those centuries became one of the main goals of the Basilian monks coming from East, especially in the VII th century, when there was the Iconoclasm. Here were built many monasteries, especially in the Valley of Amendolea River and of Stilaro River and there were several saints greeks-italians. Just in the valley of Stilaro lived and worked in the X th century Saint Giovanni Theristis.…

  • Koa Bosco is the Local soccer team of the village of Rosarno.

  • Photo serie for the exhibition Immer Da

  • Entrepreneurs from South Italy fight against Mafia and the Banks

  • The work Here We Are has been done in Winsen Luhe Germany, in a Neighbourhood where people coming from different Countries are not so good integrated. Portraits in this photo Series won the Blauen Löwe 2016.

  • Frèdèroc Vermorel, is a French hermit born 1958. After he studied at Politic sciences, Chinese and theology, he decided to start the hermit life far from home. He lives at S.Ilarione Hermitage, in the village of S. Nicola, near Caulonia, in the province of Reggio Calabria.

  • After the riots of 2010 nothing changed for the African immigrants that live in Rosarno to harvest fruits.

  • Armando Quattrone

  • The village of Africo is polluted with tossic waste

  • Single Shoots

  • The Imam

  • A unique Church for 3 religions and one God

  • Refugees comes to the town to renew their permit to stay in Italy but they have any facilities.

  • Violence agains women

  • Views of Hamburg City

  • Mothers that lost their innocent sons under the action of world renewed mafia 'Ndrangheta

  • Taranto Pollution

  • Selezione genetica delle fragole

  • Charcoal Burner

  • Pollution in Praia a Mare in Southern Italy

  • Fishing the Red King Crab

  • Gioia Tauro is the second bigest port of Mediterranean in Sotuhern Italy

  • Japanese shipment travels the Mediterranean Sea to harvest Yellow Fin Tunas.