Luca Campigotto (1962). With a degree in Modern History he began to take photographs at the beginning of the Eighties, concentrating on landscapes, architecture and industry. His work has been exhibited at the Mois de la Photo in Paris; the 47th Venice Biennale; MAXXI in Rome; MEP in Paris; IVAM in Valencia and the CCA in Montreal. His photographs are part of important private and public collections, among them the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris; the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation in Turin; the Museum of Photography in Cinisello Balsamo. Among his publications: "Venezia, immaginario notturno" 2006; "Sguardi gardesani", 2004; "L'Arsenale di Venezia", 2000; "Fuori di casa", 1998; "Molino Stucky", 1998; "Venetia Obscura", 1995. He has always had a great interest in writing. In 2005 the magazine Nuovi Argomenti published a selection of his images and poems.