"Roland Garros (Henman)", 2004, by Gianni Motti
Paris, semi-finals of the French-Open Tennis Championships between Tim Henman and Guillermo Coria. The artist sat in the VIP tribune of Paris’ Roland Garros with a bag over his head at the time of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal
"inVeritas", 2011, by Paolo Cirio
"The inVeritas.net platform enables screamers to be generated for all the major Italian newspapers. Everyone should have the right to inform, thus breaking up the monopoly held by the mainstream media in Italy, renowned for their factiousness and systematic servility, and the censorship and manipulation of information. inVeritas gives everyone the chance to speak and disseminate news directly through news-stands across Italy. .”
"The Ruines of the Empire" Gianmaria Gava, 2011.
This work was shot in Tunisia at the beginning of the so called "Arab Spring", right after the former President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali left the country with his family. The wrecked surfaces of former luxury and wealth function as question marks about the relation between the management of power and the responsibility for it.
"Cada día tus ilusiones se cruzan con las nuestras" ciudad Valdeluz, photographie 2011, by Pierre Andrieux
Ciudad Valdeluz is a city on the outskirts of Madrid, boomtown struck by the subprime crisis and housing crisis, called ghost town by the media. The phrase painted by the artist was taken from a Spanish lottery advertising widely visible throughout the city of Madrid.