Stefano Torrione (Aosta, 1962) has
gained his experience in photojournalism. The most important step
of his activity as a photographer was his contribution to the
magazine Epoca from 1992 to 1997 which leaded him to the
Panorama European Kodak Award in 1993 in Arles for his reportage on
the street children of Bucharest.
He got more and more interested in
geographical and ethnographical reportage and has travelled and
worked in many countries around the world for Italian and foreign
He published several books on Aosta
Valley and his work was exhibited all around Italy. In 2000/2002,
sponsored by "2002 Mountains International Year", he carried out
the project Tien Shan 1900-2000 viaggio in Asia Centrale,
an exhibition-catalogue which follows, 100 years later, the
photographer Jules Brocherel and Prince Scipione Borghese's
expedition to the Monti Celesti in 1900.
is the title of another exhibition on Central Asia at the
Archeological Museum of Naples and at the Ken Damy Museum of
In September 2005 he took part to
Obiettivo Uomo Ambiente, the first International Biennial
Photography Exhibition in Viterbo, Italy.
In 2007 his work on Morocco was
exhibited at Spazio Mazzotta in Milan and in the same year his
exhibition-catalogue Combat Final took place in Aosta.
In 2010 Wave Photogallery of Brescia
hosted his extensive work on Jemaa el Fna Square in
He lives between Milan and