Biografia eng - Marcello Tramandoni Photographer

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Marcello Tramandoni was born and lives in Montecosaro Italy,Marche Region.
He has been always passionate about photography, working with the Photo Library of
Municipality of Morrovalle..Attentive to social reality he always, tries to capture the true aspects of daily life,
both in its regional context, as in the rest of the Italian peninsula, with a strong attraction for the Mediterranean atmosphere

Among his most important in exhibitions and catalogs to be mentioned :
- Reportage of Sarajevo (1996);
- Faces of Palermo (1997);
- Fragments of Life (1997);
- The procession of the mysteries of Trapani (2000);
- The massacre of tuna in the sea of Favignana (2000);
- The salt of Sicily between history and traditions (2001);
-Travel in Lisbon (2002);
- The bull run in Pamplona (2003).
- Falcone and Borsellino twenty years later (2012)
- The Sea in the City (2014)
- The feast of Saint' Agatha in Catania (2015)

In the year 2000 he took part in the 3rd Biennial Saint Elpidio at the Sea (FM)
Many of his photographs have been exhibited in various cities of Italy and also published by several newspapers and magazines such as:
"Fotopratica", "Photograph", "Reflex", "All photographers"
"Photo France", "Gazzetta dello Sport Magazine".
In 1997 Tramandoni received by the jury for Italy an award
such as Special Fuji Film Press Photo Awards.

He is the winner of "Small towns and districts of Italy" Italian Passion 2011 for the province of Macerata.
In 2016 he received by the FIAF the AFI honor (artist of italian photografy).
He was the winner of the 2017 "Performance Awards" competition organized by "The China Folklore Photographic.
Association".
His photografhic works are part of the FIAF natural photo library and available at the "Demo-Ethno-Culture
Accademy" of Meta (NA).

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