Matilde Gattoni, born in 1974, is an award-winning French-Italian photographer based in Milan. She has worked in Europe, the Middle East, South and Central Asia, and Africa covering social, environmental, and human rights issues. Her work has been published in more than one hundred publications worldwide, including Time, Time Lightbox, the Financial Times, Der Spiegel, The Observer, The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Elle, and GQ, among others. In 2014, Gattoni co-founded Tandem Reportages with the aim to produce independent, in-depth stories on relevant contemporary issues. She has received numerous awards and has been exhibited worldwide. She is the author of Uzbekistan: 10 Years After Independence, a book depicting the social frame of Uzbekistan following its independence from the USSR. (Photo shot in Jharkhand, India, 2016.)


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