Martino Lombezzi was born in Genova in 1977. He graduated in Contemporary History in 2003. He lives in Bologna.
His documentary projects focus on contemporary society and its landscapes, and the themes of memory and identity. He worked in Italy, the Balkans and the Middle East.
His pictures appeared on major Italian and international magazines.
He is represented by Contrasto since 2006.
He exhibited his works in different venues:
“Crepe”, about the earthquake in L’Aquila, was shown during “Reportage Atri Festival” in Atri and “Domestic” in Barcelona.
“Una giornata estiva” about the survivors of the 1980 Bologna Station massacre, shown during the 30th anniversary in the main hall of Sala Borsa, Bologna. Toured many Italian cities and the European Parliament in Bruxelles.
“Remains. Traces of World War II”, solo exhibition, History Festival, Bologna.
Along with documentary projects he works for corporate and editorial clients.
He is now working on the project “Blue Line. The border between Lebanon and Israel”. This project was shortlisted at “Aftermath project 2013