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School
Diploma di Maturità Classica - Liceo Ginnasio Statale di Ispica
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Impiegato Comunale - Responsabile Settori Sport Spettacoli Turismo
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Salvatore

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Ispica, Sicily, Italy · Member since February 2012
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Salvatore Brancati Ispica was born in December 27, 1953.
He received his diploma in 1972 from school.
It prefers photography and cultural traditions of the Hyblean, but it also sports the photo, furniture, portraits and landscapes.
It 'was at his side and followed the advice of some famous Italian photographers, by Fulvio Roiter to Melo Minnella, and is a friend of Andrea Pistolesi.
And 'amateur photographer since 1981 and has exhibited his images in various photographic exhibitions.
And 'winning photographic competitions and on the Prize "Antonino Uccello" Palazzolo Acreide in 2001.
From March 2000 to date has published several photography books.
Among these, in 2009 he published "The celebrations of the Val di Noto" a large volume of the large religious traditions on Sicily UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In 2010 came out, he edited the book "The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Ispica" with his photographs and texts by art historian Paul Nifosì.
His photos have appeared in some national and international journals.
Collaborate with the monthly magazine of Sicilian tourism "in Sicily Travel" Sanfilippo Publisher of Catania
And 'the author of the photographs and texts of the' Agenda of Val di Noto
He is currently preparing a "New Ispica Guide", a series of volumes on the cities of the Val di Noto, Sicily, a book on the Mysteries of Trapani and a commemorative volume on his thirty years of photographic activity (phone number hidden)).
It has a large archive of images of the Val di Noto, along with an ice collection of reproductions of works of art of this beautiful region of Sicily.