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Gianmarco Maraviglia – Olivia’s Roots

Gianmarco Maraviglia is a photojournalist from Milan who works mainly on social and environmental stories. His projects have been published by some of the most important international publications, such as Der Spiegel, the Washington Post, CNN, National Geographic, Vanity Fair, Bloomberg, Newsweek and many others.

Italy –

Olivia has grandparents coming from four different nationalities. Italy, Germany, Egypt and Romania. A child who embodies these diverse cultures, traditions, languages and religions. In daily family life, you can clutch, unaware, fragments from common experiences . Travelling through the four places of origin of her family, there are more similiarities than differences. This project, a gift to Olivia, my dearest daughter, is above all a gift to all those people living today, feeling at home in every nook and corner of this world.

Photography Written and Photographed by – Gianmarco Maraviglia

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