Max Cavallari (1989) è un fotografo documentarista che vive e lavora a Bologna. Collabora con l’agenzia Getty Images e per ANSA in Emilia Romagna
Attualmente collabora con testate giornalistiche e riviste, italiane e internazionali.
E’ focalizzato su tematiche che mettono l’essere umano a confronto con ciò che gli sta intorno e con i suoi simili, tratta di immigrazione, tecnologia e ambiente.
Max Cavallari (1989) is a Documentary Photographer based in Bologna, Italy.
Photographer for Getty Images and ANSA Agency.
He currently cooperates with Italian and international newspapers and magazines.
He is the official photographer for ANT foundation Italy Onlus, the Italian national cancer society. He his into migration, technology and environment. His works revolve around the interactions between human being and the world around us.
. ToGetThereForUkraine, fundraising to help Ukrainian Civilians
. Shortlisted at Wellcome Photography Prize at “Fighting Infection” Single Image Category
. Shortlisted at Festival of Ethical Photography at “Single Shot Award” Category
. Shortlisted at HIPA Photography Award at “HUMANITY” Category
. Honorable Mention at IPA 2021 “One Shot – Our Times : Isolation”
. Second Prize for THE HUMAN BODY photographic call by LIFE FRAMERS
. Editor’s Pick (Amy Kellners NY Times) for HUMANS OF THE WORLD award by LIFE FRAMERS
. Shortlisted and Honorable Mention at Bartur Photo Award
. Founder (1 of 4) of Arcipelago-19 collective
. “TEMPI COMPLESSI” Artistic Residency in Prato by Fondazione Studio Marangoni
. Mao Space Gallery, Shanghai Photofair 2019, Shanghai, China
. Soncino Biennale, Soncino, Italy
. Swatch Art Peace Hotel Residency, Shanghai, China
. Finalist at SI Fest with “Seagull Project”
. Ricostruzioni, tempo sospeso, Milan Triennale, Milan, Italy
. Enzo Barnabà e il passo della morte, Serre dei Giardini, Bologna, Italy
. Artistic Residency in Reggio Emilia
. Medici senza Camice, Sala Borsa, Bologna, Italy
. (Di)Stanze, Kuhlhaus, Berlin, Germany
. (Di)Stanze, Palazzo D’Accursio, Bologna, Italy
. (Di)Stanze, Mudec Museum, Milan, Italy