Denis Curti


Chief editor at the monthly Black Camera, artistic director at the Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice, artistic director of the Capri Photography Festival. He was also the founder, and now supervisor, of the postgraduate university master in photography, in a joint effort with NABA and FORMA Foundation. From 2005 to 2014, he was director at Contrasto Milano and Vice President of the Forma Foundation in Milan. For over 15 years, he was editor and photography critic at ViviMilano and Corriere della Sera. Expert in the photography collectible market in 2002-2003 he was the curator of the first photographic auctions at Sotheby’s in Milan. He is curator of exhibitions and photo exhibitions and author of several books on photography.

Cinzia Ferrara


AIAP’s Vice President since 2009, architect and researcher in Industrial Design, she is a visual communication designer, researcher and lecturer in Palermo and Catania. She has curated, among the others, graphic projects for the UN, the Dutch Embassy, ​​the Biondo Stabile Theater in Palermo, the Riso Regional Museum of Contemporary Art in Sicily, the Regional Province of Palermo. She writes essays in Italy and abroad, publishes volumes on design, curates and organizes conferences, exhibitions and workshops.

Cinzia Ferrara


Renata Ferri


Journalist, she is photo editor-in-chief of Io Donna, Corriere della Sera’s women’s magazine, and of Amica, Rcs Mediagroup’s monthly magazine.

She previously directed the photographic production of Contrasto.

He edits editorial and exhibition projects for individual authors and collectives. He has always dedicated himself to teaching. A member of numerous juries for Italian and international photography awards, he has a blog dedicated to photo stories in the Post.

Tony Gentile


Based in Palermo, he is the author of the iconic, award-winning photo of Judges Falcone and Borsellino, icons of the war against mafia. Since 2003, he has been staff photographer at Reuters. Reporter and politician, he has also documented the journeys of John Paul II and the elections of Benedict XVI and of Pope Francis.

Marco Lentini

Art Director – For[me]moak

In 2004, after an experience in Milan, he returned to Sicily where he lives and works as a professional graphic designer. Since 2008 he has been responsible for the creative office of Caffè Moak, the year in which he collaborated with the Noorda studio for the redesign of the new brand and corporate identity. He founded, together with the marketing group For[me]moak, the in-house communication agency that deals with research and design and for which he is Art Director.

Believing the use of photography in visual communication to be indispensable, in 2014 he and the creative team created the international photography competition “Fuori Fuoco” for Moak.

In 2017, with a view to promoting the quality and research of visual communication projects related to the territory, he indexes with Moak together with Abadir and Aiap the competition “Sicilia Felicissima.”

He collaborates with ADI, has been a professional member of AIAP since 2010, and has been a professional member of ADCI since 2017.



Salvo Alibrio

1st place
Il Caffè del Carbonaio
An atmosphere of smoke and cuts of light evokes fragments from the past, broken by the smell of coffee and the music that comes from an old radio set.

Maurizio Cacioppo

2nd place
Mother, daughter and granddaughter. Three different generations who pass on traditions and knowledge over time through the ritual of coffee.

Lorenzo Sammito

3rd place
Telefono Magico
Two cups and a string through which the father transmits to his daughter an old game, along with its sounds and emotions.
Luigi D’Aponte 3rd place
Salvo Alibrio 1st place