Antonino Condorelli Professional Portfolio

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An on line view on my photojournalist work. Text and photos are © Antonino Condorelli 2015

Text of Antonino Condorelli Professional Portfolio

  • A n t o n i n o C o n d o r e l l i

    PORTFOLIO

  • Antonino Condorelli Photojournalist.PORTFOLIO.

    Contacts: +39 333 40 82 198 Mobilewww.antoninocondorelli.com

    http://antonino.photoshelter.comPhotos and text in this portfolio are under International Copyright Antonino Condorelli 2015. Reproduction and usage

    in any form is not allowed without the authors written permmission.

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    Mohammed Garouan Imam at the Southern Italian Mosque of Sellia

    Marina.

  • Killing The TunaHarvesting of the Blue Fin Tunas for the sushi and sashimi.

    Regularly Japanese fishing vessels, equipped with refrigeration, travel for months in the Mediterranean Sea to harvest Bluefin tuna (red tuna) from the Mediterranean fish farms.The tunas are shot with an underwater gun, and transferred to the ship where an exceptionally fast crew filets the tuna and stocks them in a room chilled to -60. Each tuna costs up to 8000 euros, and will arrive in Japan where they will be bought and prepared as sushi and sashimi.

    This story has been published in the Italian Magazine IL, Intelligence and Lifestyle.

  • Tunas are shot with an underwater gun, (above) then harvested and transferred to the Japanese fishing vessel (below)

  • Tunas are moved to the Japanese ship

  • The ships crew work to filet the tuna. Tunas filets are classified using colored laces. Each color indicates the quality of the tuna filet.

    Members of the crew work the Tuna Tunas filets are stocked in the refrigerated room.

  • The ships crew work to filet the tuna. Tunas filets are classified using colored laces. Each color indicates the quality of the tuna filet.

    Members of the crew work the Tuna Tunas filets are stocked in the refrigerated room.

  • Pezzi Di CuoreThis is the story of mothers whose innocent sons were killed by the powerful Ndrangheta, a Calabri-an based syndicated crime network whose reach is worldwide.Mothers who saw their sons disappear without reason; innocents killed because they were in love with the wrong woman, or because they saw something they shouldnt have seen, or because they tried to fight against mafia affiliates.

    Pictured: Maria Rosa Miraglia, mother of Pasquale Andreacchi, near a grave built on the site where her son was found by a hunter. Pasquale had been missing for 6 months and his body, when found, had been eaten by wild boars.This story is waiting to be published in Vanity Fair Italy and is part of a book which will be published in the next months.

  • Pictured: Teresa Lochiatto, mother of Giuseppe Russo Luzza, disappeared from home and found dead after 4 months.

  • 12 Liliana Esposito Carbone, mother of Massimiliano Carbone who was killed by a local mafia affiliate, because he was in love with a boss wife.

    13 Anna Maria Zirilli, mother of Celestino Fava, murdered because he saw people who killed his friend.

    14 Domenica Arcudi, mother of the Carabiniere Antonio Marino, who was murdered because he was investigating mafia businesses.

    15 Caterina Vigilante, mother of Antonio Speranza who was killed because he argued with a mafia affiliate.

  • Railroad HotelImmigrants arrive in Crotone from various parts of Italy to renew their permits to stay. An Italian law doesnt allow to immigrants to renew the permit in the city where they reside, instead they must renew their per-mits in the city where they entered Italy for the first time. Crotone is a little village in Southern Italy without the accommodations needed to support the dignity of the impoverished immigrants who must make the journey there to renew their permits. Thus they find shelter in the local train station, where they sleep, cook, bathe and wash clothing while wait-ing for their new permit to stay.

  • A woman and her child in the early morning at the Crotone train station. An Afghan man washes early in the morning before starting his day at the train station.

    An African immigrant sleeps in the early morning at the Crotone train station. Afghan immigrants produce a traditional Afghan flat bread.

  • A woman and her child in the early morning at the Crotone train station. An Afghan man washes early in the morning before starting his day at the train station.

    An African immigrant sleeps the early morning at the Crotone train station. Afghan immigrants produce a traditional Afghan flat bread.

  • The flat bread made at the train station by Afghan immigrants. A Pakistan immigrant waits for the water to wash his pans.

    Afghan immigrants begin another day of waiting at the Crotone train station. Afghan immigrants waiting at the Crotone train station.

  • The flat bread made at the train station by Afghan immigrants. A Pakistan immigrant waits for the water to wash his pans.

    Afghan immigrants begin another day of waiting at the Crotone train station. Afghan immigrants waiting at the Crotone train station.

  • He told me I Love YouThis is a story about violenceagainst women. Every year in Italy, hundreds of cases arereported by the press. These are theportraits and stories of familieswhose daughters have been killedby their boyfriends orhusbands.Pictured: Giovanna Cirillo,and her husband Eros Vasile, holding the picture ofMary Cirillo, shot twice by her husbandduring an argument at home infront of their 4 years old son.

    This story was taken onassignment and published in Vanity Fair Italy.

  • Mario Luzzi, father of Fabiana age 17, strangled and burned by her violent 17 year old boyfriend. Matilde and Franco Lanzino, parents of Roberta, raped and killed by unknown persons on her way home.

    Sisters of Fernanda Vincenzina Scorzo, killed in Collegno, near Turin by her husband. Santo Sessa and Luigina Curia parents of the young journalist, Maria R. Sessa, killed by her boyfriend.

  • Mario Luzzi, father of Fabiana age 17, strangled and burned by her violent 17 year old boyfriend. Matilde and Franco Lanzino, parents of Roberta, raped and killed by unknown persons on her way home.

    Sisters of Fernanda Vincenzina Scorzo, killed in Collegno, near Turin by her husband. Santo Sessa and Luigina Curia parents of the young journalist, Maria R. Sessa, killed by her boyfriend.

  • De Masi & CoNino De Masi is a business man who denounced mafia and the power of banks. He now works under protection and outside his company an Army check point controls everyone arriving at the De Masi Group company. Due to his denunciation banks refuse to work with him and there have been several attempts by the mafia to kill him. De Masi workers are , protesting because their jobs are now at risk due to the abuses by the mafia and the banks.

    Pictured: De Masi Group; workers of De Masi Group with Mr Nino De Masi (C) during a protest against government policies that favour banks and against the actions of the Mafia. De Masi had to announce the Groups closure.

  • Nino De Masi is a business man who denounced mafia and the power of banks. He now works under protection and outside his company an Army check point controls everyone arriving at the De Masi Group company. Due to his denunciation banks refuse to work with him and there have been several attempts by the mafia to kill him. De Masi workers are , protesting because their jobs are now at risk due to the abuses by the mafia and the banks.

    Pictured: De Masi Group; workers of De Masi Group with Mr Nino De Masi (C) during a protest against government policies that favour banks and against the actions of the Mafia. De Masi had to announce the Groups closure.

  • The De Masi Group complex near the Gioia Tauro port. Workers of De Masi Group talk during the protest against government policies and the mafia.

    A soldier patrols the check point outside the Groups main offices.. A saddened and disappointed De Masi employee sits alone.

  • The De Masi Group complex near the Gioia Tauro port.