After being hardly hit by the global economic crisis in 2008, Iceland has been the protagonist of a miraculous recovery. The island has chosen to take a step back (or forward?) returning to land and betting on a green and sustainable economy based on natural resources. Dauðalogn – which means ‘dead calm’ in icelandic - is a journey through a country of sharp contrasts, but also the bildungsroman of a child, Andry, becoming an adult in an open dialogue with an extreme nature.

Andrea Roversi

(Rome 1983)

Based in Rome (Italy), i started to study photography 4 years ago at Scuola Romana di Fotografia, where i followed the masterclass in reportage and photojournalism, including Massimo Mastrorillo’s seminary “Pass Through With the Eyes”

Actually I'm a freelancer collaborating with Milano based Parallelozero Agency ( http://www.parallelozero.com/search.php?idf=271 )

My publication included international newspaper like TerraMoter, CNNdigital, D di Repubblica, IoDonna, DestinAsian.

“Daudalogn”, my long term project about life in a Icelandic farm, won some international price like Premio Tabo, Slideluck Tokyo and was screning in some international festival like Voies Off Arles, Istanbul Photo Festival and was shown to some italian festival.

My past Project was also screening to Festival di Roma at museum of modern art MACRO.