Nicola Lanciotti (b.1988) is an Italian documentary photographer and journalist based in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Nicola’s personal and professional interest is mostly on social, cultural and political issues in the Middle East and North Africa.
After graduating at The Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), Nicola’s work has focused on Tunisia. Beside following the deteriorating political situation, he has worked on the persisting marginalisation of youth, an issue that led to the revolution of 2010 and today manifest itself with the migration through the Central Mediterranean route.
Nicola’s personal work is research based. The journalistic approach gives him the chance to fulfil his personal curiosity about the subject as well as allowing him to tell the story in a deep and confidential manner.
His visual language is silent and thoughtful. He looks for the quiet moment to get close to his subjects and portray them in an intimate way.
Photo by Luke Adekoya Campbell
2022 | Magnum Mentee - Long Term Mentorship with Gilles Peress and Alex Majoli
2021 | Canon Student Development Program - Visa pour l'image, Perpignan
2021 | Photojournalism2 at The Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), Aarhus, Denmark
2020 | Photojournalism1 at The Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX), Aarhus, Denmark
2020 | "The missing voices" - DMJX photo1 magazine #commonground
2020 | "Border lives" - F-Stop Magazine Issue #101
2021 | "The Humming of Swan Wings" - Kranj Foto Festival - Slovenia
2021 | "Arabian Dreams" - Collaboration with Martin Thaulow - Denmark
2020 | "People of Aarhus" - Denmark