Giuseppe Oliverio, Founder & CEO of Photographic Museum of Humanity
Giuseppe Oliverio is the founder and CEO of Photographic Museum of Humanity, a international community of 4,000 selected photographers that he started in Buenos Aires in 2012. He and his team of photo editors have so far curated 27 online exhibitions on the platform, featuring the work of internationally recognised photographers like Jacob Aue Subol, Anastasia Taylor Lind, Alejandro Chaskielberg, Diana Markosian Hajime Kimura and have contributed in the promotion of emerging talents with the PMH annual Grant, which featured Martin Parr, Alec Soth, Kira Pollack, James Estrin and other prestigious jurors in the course of its first three editions. Giuseppe gives workshops and talks on 2.0 photography at international festivals like Paraty Em Foco in Brazil and events like Ojo de Pez meeting in Barcelona. He also writes articles on Latin American photography for TIME. Giuseppe holds a degree in Economics at Bocconi University, a Master Degree in Quantitative Finance at London Cass Business School.