Guido Guidi, Cesena (Cesena, 1941). He is amongst the protagonists of contemporary Italian photography. He studied at the Liceo Artistico of Ravenna, the University Institute of Architecture Venice and the Higher Course of Industrial Design Venice. He has worked as a photographer at the IUAV, Department of Urbanism from 1970 and has taught photography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ravenna from 1989. Since 1976 he has displayed his works in personal exhibitions in Italy, Austria, Holland and Germany and has participated in joint exhibitions in several countries throughout the world. Writings of his works are published in the main photography magazines, in monographs and exhibition catalogues. Some of the public collections hosting his photographs are: the museums of modern art of Ghibellina and Bologna, the National Chalcography in Rome, the National Gallery of Aesthetic Art in Beijing, the Bibliothèque Nationale and the Centre Pompidou of Paris, the Canadian Centre for Architecture of Montreal and the Centro Studi and Museum of Photography in Milan.