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September, 2022. After several years, due to Covid pandemia, I'm very pleased to talk again to a real audience about my book Somnambulism during the 18th edition of the international festival of photography Paraty em Foco, one of the main photography festivals in Brasil. Many thank to Simone e Nilo from Livraria Portfolio (Curitiba) to invite me and to host my book

Photos by Theo Marques

November, 2021. Part of the NFT collection Edition365 at OPENSEA.IO the world’s first and largest digital marketplace for crypto collectibles and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), organized by British Journal of Photography and Art3io, click here to see the work on sale or directly in the pictures below.

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October, 2020. My picture of Srebrenica participate at the first space exhibition, a 45 minute screen based exhibition beamed from above the earth. Click here

Maio, 2020. My picture from If Chaos Awakens the Madness was shortlisted by BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY for the PORTRAIT OF HUMANITY BOOK AND EXHIBITION, published by Hoxton Mini Press. My picture will to be exhibited in Space by SENT INTO SPACE and transmitted through the universe in binary code!

September, 2019. My picture from the project Wasteland shortlisted at ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHY SOCIETY

September 20, 2018. Internazionale

August 8-9, 2018. Festival FotoRio Resiste, in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Participation in the organizational committee of the Transformar o silencio (Transform the silence) event, by Fotografas Brasileiras

July, 6 Arles 2018. Projection of The aftermath project - with some pictures of mine from the project about Bosnia and Herzegovina, If chaos awakens the madness

March, 7-11 2018 Festival FotoEmPauta in Tiradentes (Brazil). You can find Somnambulism at the festival book shop!

January 31, 2018 opening of the exhibition Bosnia and Herzegovina: Then and Now at Richard Hall Gallery, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY, USA. The exhibition will run until 13th April 2018.

November 11th, 2017. PARIS PHOTO, launch of the book The Aftermath Project: War Is Only Half The Story at 5pm at Dewi Lewis Stand.
Some of my pictures from If Chaos Awakens the Madness included in the book


October, 2017. Somnambulism presented for the first time in Brazil, at Valongo Foto Festival

© Rodrigo de Oliveira'


September 7th, 2016. Envisioning Cariocas in Olympia was chosen by Kaunas Photography festival, to be part of "Via Latina" collective exhibition. Opening at 6pm.

© Ruta Karciauskaite'


August 2016. My book Somnambulism was nominated at deutscher fotobuchpreis 2016 and now it is part of the touring exhibition in Germany.


August 5h, 2016. My pictures on FTWeekend



July 23rd, 2016. My pictures and my fellow photographer Pietro Baroni's pictures on Sportweek

. My first cover picture!


June 30th, 2016. "Show me those blurred places" exhibition in the Museum of Photography of Riga, by concrete collective, the collective of female photographers
I belong to.
We presented our collective project "Ordinary LIKE in times of internet"

And I presented my project about Bosnia "If chaos awakens the madness" made between 2010-2011


May 8th, 2016. Somnambulism the book has been presented at VicinoLontano Premio Terzani Festival in Udine (Italy)

April 8th, 2016. Somnambulism the book has been presented at Feedback, Ferrara.

October 14th, 2015. "Red Poppy Fields" collective exhibition about the Great War at Cankarjev dom in Ljubljana.
My project Silentium is presented for the first time.
The exhibition will run until 27 November 2015.
Tour exhibition: Vienna, December 5, 2015 - January 10, 2016; Bratislava, January 25, 2016 - February 28, 2016;
Slupsk, April 12, 2016 - May 22, 2016; Budapest, June 16, 2016 - July 31, 2016

The project is supported by International Višegrad Fund and local funders such as Ministry of Culture
of Republic of Slovenia and City of Ljubljana, and it is implemented in collaboration with re