Dino Fracchia (b. Milan,1950) lives and works in Milan. He has been trained aeronautical engineer and began photographing professionally in 1974. Since then he has made several photographic reports traveling across Europe, Africa, the Americas and the Middle East, using many different means of transport, often the most unlikely and sometimes even on foot. Dino Fracchia is working or has worked with numerous Italian and foreign magazines, including Panorama, L’Espresso, Epoca, European, Seven, The Friday, La Repubblica, La Stampa, Corriere della Sera, Focus, Grey, New York Times, Time Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Le Monde, Liberation, Stern, etc .; his portfolios have been published in Zoom (French and Italian editions), Progresso Fotografico and Photo. Recently his work has been exhibited at Museo di Villa Croce (Genoa) and Fondazione Forma (Milan)