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Danubius is a photographic journey
searching European identity after the
enlargement to the east. It is a trip through
the 2.860 kilometers of the river, from
the source to the Delta, through cities,
villages, great plains, wide landscapes,
different people, customs and languages.
A metaphor of life cycles symbolized by
the water of the river, where the river
represents at the same time the national,
political and social border. It also holds
a psychological, cultural and religious
significance. Bulgarelli leaves room for
emotions, focusing on moods, trying to
trace different identities in a psychological
and timeless dimension.
Marco Bulgarelli was born in Rome in 1973 where he works and lives. He started working in 2003 for the
weekly magazine “L’Espresso”, dealing mainly with news, youth culture and urban and social transformations in
Italy and Europe, issues that he still follows today. Since 2002 he began travelling extensively in Eastern Europe,
documenting the lives of the Children of Chernobyl in Belarus’ orphanages (2002), the transition of Estonia
in UE (2003), the east German crisis (2004), contemporary Budapest (2007), Belgrade summer (2008) and the
Danube Delta (2010) and he published and exposed several works on South Asian cultures and society’s issues.
From 2008 he is engaged in a long-term project on the Danube river. His work is distributed worldwide by
GAMMA agency and LUZphoto agency.