Filippo Venturi (born in Cesena in 1980) is an Italian documentary photographer.
His works have been published in different newspapers and magazines such as The Washington Post, Newsweek, Financial Times, Vanity Fair, Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, Das Magazin, Internazionale, La Stampa, Geo, Marie Claire, Gente, D di Repubblica, Io Donna del Corriere della Sera.
He produces personal projects concerning identity and the human condition, focusing in particular on the consequences of rapid technological progress in some parts of the world.
His works have been exhibited in Italy and abroad in exhibition spaces like Foro Boario in Modena as "New Talent" of the Modena Photography Foundation, MACRO - Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, Somerset House in London, U Space in Beijing, Willy Brandt Haus in Berlin, Sony Square in New York City, Photolux in Lucca, Kaunas Photo Festival in Lithuania, SI Fest in Savignano sul Rubicone and Festival of Ethical Photography in Lodi.
In 2019 he was selected by SI Fest, the Photography Festival of Savignano sul Rubicone, to participate in the RIO Project (Reconstruction of Identities) with a series on immigration. His images are very rigorous and refined, nothing appears "too much" or "too little". Surprise, light irony and never sarcasm. He works with amazement, curiosity and never preconception. Check his website to know more.