Photographer Marzio Toniolo documents daily life in Lombardy: the heart of the country’s coronavirus outbreak.
The photographer spent years chronicling the mafia’s brutal reign over Sicily during the last half of the 20th century.
Photographer Claudio Majorana documents the exploits of a young group of skaters as they grappled with the highs and lows of growing up.
Afro-Napoli United is a social project set up to integrate refugees and fight racism through football. But in winning success on the pitch, has it compromised the ideals on which it was founded?
A new documentary from Federica Di Giacomo explores the mysterious rise of exorcism in the modern world; following the stories of the sufferers and priests.
Blade Diary is Pietro Firrincieli's take on a family album – chronicling the formative and free side of the world's blading scene.
On the outskirts of Milan, a divided city rife with tension, photographer Roberto Ramirez has uncovered a community bonding over the power of rap.
In 2003, millions of people around the world marched together to demand the invasion of Iraq be halted. Unlike in Britain, in Italy the anti-war movement was creative and radical, and important lessons can be learned.
Trailing across Italy in search of unchartered territory, the Italian Vans team stir dust clouds for a skate adventure.
Inside an old school building in Augusta, Sicily hundreds of unaccompanied minors see out their adolescence in limbo, waiting… for who knows how long.
Camels, vegetable gardens, magic carpets and multi-colours were all fair game in the free-thinking discos of Italy's radical past. New exhibition at ICA London explores.
Italian photographer Valerio Polici came of age throwing his name up on the streets. Graffiti, he reflects, was an illegal thrill that kept him hooked.