About Mauro
Mauro d’Agati began working as a professional photographer in 1996, from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals, art manifestations and theatrical events. He has always been motivated by the exploration of Sicilian, especially Palermitan, social phenomena. He has undertaken work for numerous italian and International publications including Geo, Stern, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Das Magazin, Vision China, El Pais Semanal, Le Monde, GQ, L’Espresso and Internazionale. In 1999 he published his first book Softly walking, consisting of Black and white images illustrating the everyday life of Massimo and Gino, a gay Palermitan couple. In may 2009 he published the book Palermo Unsung, in july 2010 Alamar and Napule Shot published by Steidl Verlag. Follow Sit Lux et Lux Fuit, Steidl 2012, and Marzia’s Famliy, steidl 2014.
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Current city: Palermo
Mauro d’Agati began working as a professional photographer in 1996, from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals, art manifestations and theatrical events. He has always been motivated by the exploration of Sicilian, especially Palermitan, social phenomena. He has undertaken work for numerous italian and International publications including Geo, Stern, Suddeutsche Zeitung, Das Magazin, Vision China, El Pais Semanal, Le Monde, GQ, L’Espresso and Internazionale. In 1999 he published his first book Softly walking, consisting of Black and white images illustrating the everyday life of Massimo and Gino, a gay Palermitan couple. In may 2009 he published the book Palermo Unsung, in july 2010 Alamar and Napule Shot published by Steidl Verlag. Follow Sit Lux et Lux Fuit, Steidl 2012, and Marzia’s Famliy, steidl 2014.
 
One of the few wonderful gardens in the city. Near the famous Orto Botanico. The boat with Santa Rosalia, Patrona di Palermo.
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Painting from the fish market in the Ballarò area, a historical center of Palermo.
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A walk at night on Via Roma, the main street of the city.
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In the area of Ballarò market. Very good food and cheep price for one of the last old trattorias in Palermo.
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This place, is the only place with a bookshop open at night in Palermo a nice place. The manager Irene often organize book presentations and in the weekend there is live music and DJ sets...with a lot of people dancing...
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