Marco Sadori(1979) is a photographer who was born
in Italy and lived in Italy and abroad. He graduated at the University of Bologna in art history and sociology. He deepened the theme of the cultural identity of the places with the historian Massimo Montanari.
He started to take photography since the 1992 with an old camera Olympus Om-1 that his father gave him, and still cherishes with affection.
He studied photography in Bologna with Fulvio Bugani and attended workshops by Davide Monteleone and Ernesto Bazan; readings portfolio with Joan Liftin and Beth Taubner.
He specialized in long-term projects that links to few multiple topics specifically "identity in the border areas with a look at spirituality in the modern context".
From 2010 he traveled extensively in Asia for a long-term project on "identity in Asia and his connections with the West culture". For this long term project he has visited more than 15 country in the Asia area.
He is currently deepening the Caucasus area for a long-term project on the identity of the Caucasus and the influences in the territory between East and West.