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Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer based in Italy, graduated in photography from Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. In 2019, her work was screened at Rencontres d’Arles and she was a finalist for the Photolux Award and the PhMuseum Women Photographers Grant. The following year she was nominated for the Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomers Award. In 2021 her work was exhibited in several festivals including PhotoBrussels and Planches Contact.
For the past four years she has been working on the subject of migration. First, through a historical project on the descendants of migrants from Russia (where she comes from), to Italy (where she lives), following the 1917 revolution. Then, by turning her gaze to those who came to Italy more recently, by sea, after a perilous exile during which they risked their lives. A study by the International Organization for Migration, published in 2016, lists the main factors that push these people to flee their country. Insecurity, conflict, and sexual, social or religious discrimination are the main factors. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for work, which are often used politically. The figures are frightening: in 2021 alone, more than 4,400 migrants died in the Mediterranean.
They come from Nigeria, Gambia or the Ivory Coast. For many, the dream ends in Libya, where acts of torture, slavery and rape multiply. Those who manage to cross keep the fear inspired by exile and the dangers of these journeys inside them. The traumas are numerous. In search of an Eldorado, or at least a livable place to settle, they travel, hidden, night after night. Among the many encounters made by the photographer, the stories, the faces, the genders differ, but all are linked by a common destiny: that of young Africans from different countries, who bear witness to and preserve an individuality, a diversity, even though they are often forgotten and globalised. After a long boat journey, they become stars, which evaporate in the night and form a constellation. In their differences and similarities, they all bear witness to a dream, to a common horizon for which each of them will give up a small part of themselves. There are more than a million people from Africa legally residing in Italy today.

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    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Where the sons of eternity singing, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Where the sons of eternity singing, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Planches contact, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova est une photographe russe installée en Italie, diplômée en photographie de la Fondazione Studio Marangoni à Florence. Depuis quatre ans, elle travaille sur le thème de la migration. L'insécurité, les conflits, les discriminations sexuelles, sociales ou religieuses émergent de son travail. Des situations d'urgence qui vont bien au-delà des arguments économiques ou de la recherche d'un emploi, souvent utilisés à des fins politiques.
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    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Nowhere near, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Nowhere near, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer living in Italy, who graduated in photography from the Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the theme of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for a job, often used for political purposes.
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    Nowhere near, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer based in Italy, who graduated in photography from Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the subject of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, and sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for work, often used politically.
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    Nowhere near, Alisa Martynova

    Alisa Martynova is a Russian photographer based in Italy, who graduated in photography from Fondazione Studio Marangoni in Florence. For the past four years she has been working on the subject of migration. Insecurity, conflicts, and sexual, social or religious discrimination emerge from her work. Emergency situations that go far beyond economic arguments or the search for work, often used politically.
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