William A. Ewing & Holly Roussell


An industry of pleasure has risen up in the past century, offering a spectacular array of “products” to its avid consumers, whether risk-averse of thrill seeking, catering for the sexes, all age groups, and tastes of all kinds. For many, it’s a dance floor...

William A. Ewing & Holly Roussell

Short Stories

Mazzoleni is pleased to announce the exhibition Massimo Vitali: Short Stories which will open to the public on the 12 April and continue until the 24 May 2019. This will be the first time that Mazzoleni will present a solo fine art photography exhibition at their London gallery. Short Stories will display images collected in a new book of the same name, produced by Steidl Verlag publishing.

Mazzoleni Gallery

Making a Book

In the making of "Short Stories", a backstage chronicle of the days spent at Steidl Ville to follow the publication of my forthcoming book.

Massimo Vitali

The Wrecking of Tourist Cities and Their Rescue by Citizens

Is it not proof that our tourists are being treated more and more like a filler population of empty cities which lack vitality?

Itzíar González Virós

Trip Archive

Conviviality is something I defend at work - the best conversation happens over good food. People who eat together stick together.
From my trip archive to Colorzenith.

Massimo Vitali


"What we need is absolute proof of the destruction of the original print (a photographic proof accompanied by a small piece of the center of the picture) or the returning of the entire damaged print, whichever is more convenient for you."
- Guarantee


Shooting Days – Marble Quarries

Days of shooting in the marble quarries up on the Apuane Alps for Wallpaper* Magazine.


Uncanny Attraction

If you want to know when my uncanny attraction for beaches began, watch this video-interview!


I Hate Shadows

I started to print the beaches lighter because I didn’t like the shadows: with film photography, the shadows are dark and ugly.

Massimo Vitali & Silvia Camporesi

The Instant When

Yet rather than representing different instants, successively, they are merely suggested and embellished by the spectator’s imagination. In fact, the spectator is almost beckoned into the picture itself.