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Health Part 1: For a Lay Pain

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April 15, 2008

I’ve always seen “wonderful” reportage about pain – pictures shot near the pain, through the pain, far from the pain… With “For a Lay Pain” I want to show the pain inside. Inside me. It is a reportage about the last days with my grandmother and the first days without her.

Vittorio Zunino Celotto, born in Genoa, Italy, is a photojournalist represented by Polaris Images and AGF. He has spent his life with a camera at movie festivals, in TV studios and by fashion runways but also has a passion for social reportage.

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