Vito Sardone is an Italian freelance photographer living in Poland.
The Master in Photography attended in Rome at CRFC, the confrontation with some of the most important Italian photographers and the continue insatiable research increased his sensitivity and attention on the highest ad intimate meaning of reportage.
In 2019, the photographic project entitled "Mai più”, focused on the problem of waste management in Rome became a book and has been exhibited at CRFC in the capital.
In 2020 his project "Scattered traces in the shutter" was selected for the Fresh Eyes 2020 presented by Gup Magazine and his photo "Samotna Syrenka" was selected for the Silent Cities Exhibition curated by Loosenart.
His photos have been published in newspapers such as the Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno and il Mattino, in the magazine Silhouette Donna and in the online version of Vanity Fair.
Msl Group / Audible / Silhouette Donna / Il Mattino /
La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno / Vanity Fair / Wolt /
Boom Image Studio / MZA / Galvano Osinski / Kokoszka Coating Solutions
CRFC / Rome / 2018
CRFC / Rome / 2019
ANCHE CINEMA / BARI / COMING SOON
Millepiani / Rome / 2020 (Silent Cities)