World in my lens

Dr. Emanuele Cicero DDS, FACP was Born in Rome, Italy. He lived between Italy, USA, Spain and Brazil.

His profession as a specialist in Prosthodontics along with his passion for travelling has given him the opportunity to experience different cultures, work with creative professionals worldwide and most importantly it has given him a voice to express himself through photography.

He travelled throughout most of the world capturing and documenting local communities and their lifestyles.

In 2018 Dr. Emanuele Cicero’s Art work black and white c-print “We Build too many walls and not enough bridges” has been exhibited in one of the most prestigious galleries worldwide ‘Keszler Gallery” in Southhampton, New York.

It was an honor for him to have his art exhibited next to world renowned artwork of artists such as Banksy’s “No Ball Games, London 2009”, Russel Young and Marco Glaviano.

Photo Biography:

“We build too many walls and not enough bridges”

Brief description:
Fisherman’s village in the countryside of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Mother and son coming back from work. They mainly live of fishing . They risk their life everyday to get back home by crossing this very high bridge which is in terrible conditions.

70x 50.6 digital c-print
Fisherman village, Siem Reap, Cambodia 2016
Collector limited edition set of 3.
Black and white
Mounted on 1/4 plexi and Sintra 1/4 with Aluminium brace.
Emanuele Cicero

Photography is about capturing souls, not smiles.

The true meaning of a smile.

The Project Around The Globe: Sequence in Motion

Shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. A wonderful way of conveying motion in sequential static images. A merged photo sequence can radically show a different perspective much more than what can be captured in a single image.

It can capture human souls and emotions.

It can capture Reality.

My Art Projects


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