Nico Malvaldi, Cantiere Nuovo
Nico is a self taught photographer. Most of his early experience came from years of commercial photography. From 2003 to 2012 he worked in several photography fields, including sport, reportage, fashion and editorial. In 2012 he began photographing landscapes and presented his work in the exhibit titled Marina di Pisa, in Pisa, Italy. In 2013 and 2014 he approached the world of conceptual photography, creating two exhibits of contemporary art: Crisi/Krisis and Ma Io, Sono Marinese?
At this time, Nico also began working full time for the New York City based dance company, Ballets with a Twist, for whom his pictures can be seen in print and online in publications such as TheHuffington Post, New York Times, Akron Beacon Journal and many more.
Phone: +1 310 210 7761
Phone: +39 349 813 9818
A Quick Look at the Article of the United Nations Migrant Workers Convention that Nico created an illustrations for
Migrant workers and members of their families must respect the laws of States of employment and transit. They must also respect the cultural identity, including, but not limited to nationality, gender, language, ethnicity, religion and social class of the people living in States of employment and transit.
Nico Malvaldi © Respect Matters! Article 34