Leathers drying: a woman at work in a street outside Dacca, in Bangladesh. These piece of leathers will become wallets, belts or part of shoes and sell in all the world.
Author: Erberto Zani is an Italian freelance photographer and journalist.
Graduate at University of Parma in History of Arts, he spended several years as photographer in advertisement sector (1998-2004).
He worked as journalist and photographer for the newspaper Gazzetta di Parma (2004-2007) and as editor in chief for magazines Arim Salute, 2008-2011, Inedito Koppel, 2005-2015, Amurt Newsletter, 2008 - until today.
Freelance since 2008, most of his works are focused on documentary-humanitarian themes.
He cooperates with companies, magazines and No Profit Organizations, for photographs and editorial projects.
Member of Italian Order of Journalist (n.122388) since 2007.
Photography books designed and published:
Elemental fashion (2018), Exodus / Rohingya in Bangladesh (2018), Kied Pologo (2017), Aftermath (2016), Black World (2015), Maha Kumbh Mela (2014), Tsiry (2014), Babanagar-Colombia (2013), Sahel (2012), Hope (2011), Haiti, fragments (2010), Drops of Life (2010), Da Borgo San Donnino al Passo della Cisa (2006).