Without the expertise of important curators it would not be possible to admire the talents of international photography.
International Photo Project entrusts each curator with the task of selecting participants of the same nationality.

Mino Di Vita (IT)

He studied set design at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan and he later graduated in Philosophy and Letters at the University of Bologna. Photographer and artist since the mid-eighties he has been photographing society in its many aspects, focusing his interest on the connections between man and the places where he is linked, investigating the resulting atmospheres. read more

Toshiyuki Shinohara (JP)

He studied photography at Osaka Art College. Later he joined to open Tokyo Photography Culture Center. He introduced any foreign photographers to Japan at TPCC. 2004, he began gallery “Roonee 247 photography “ with Kanako Sugimori at Yotsuya Shinjuku. 2017, moved to Nihonbashi , changed the name of gallery “ Roonee 247 fine arts “ and expanded the genre of works (not only photo) . He teaches at Kyoto Art College. read more

Alain Cabrera (CU)

Graduated in Art History from the University of Havana, Cuba, in 2008. Art critic, curator and photographer. Assistant editor of Artecubano magazine with more than ten years of professional experience. Member of the Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba (UNEAC) / Plastic Arts Section / Theory and Criticism. On two occasions he received a mention for the "Guy Pérez Cisneros" National Prize for Art Criticism. read more