An Italian magazine based in Milan, has written an article about Andrea Zipoli’s Man Up Photographic Exhibition.
Rita Fenini writes ‘Born in Milan but Irish by adoption, and with a degree in architecture, Andrea Zipoli made his “passion” for photography his profession. Sensitive to the issue of violence against women and children, he created a series of shots for SAFE Ireland’s MAN UP Campaign. His job was to tell positive stories of men and their role in family life. The photographs capture fleeting but memorable moments in which men are encouraging, gentle, strong and kind to women and children. Do not beat, abuse, do not kill, do not rape. These are a series of images that tell of moments of change, ageing and renewal. The photographs capture moments that may belong to anyone, beyond nationality, education or religious beliefs’