100 Photographers Team Up To Help The City of Bergamo

100 Photographers Team Up To Help The City of Bergamo

100 Photographers Team Up To Help The City of Bergamo

Raising money to support hospitals in the city hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak.

Raising money to support hospitals in the city hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak.

Text: Valerie Stepanova

To support the intensive care unit and reanimation department of Pope John XXIII Hospital in Bergamo, Italy — the epicenter of the Lombardy region hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. In the city with the highest number of victims since the start of the epidemic, Perimetro (Milan-based online community magazine that follows the evolution of the city through the images of well-known and emerging photographers) and LiveinSlums Onlus (a non-governmental organization focused on development programs in the slums of the world) are taking action to support the Italian national health system by selling the works of 100 photography of various genres from all over the world.

All the works available for sale were donated by their authors. Perimetro and LiveinSlums have pledged to only take shipping and production cost from the donation of €100 (€11.50 per photo) — the rest of the money all go towards strengthening the intensive care unit of the Pope John XXIII Hospital in Bergamo. The prints will be made by LINKE Lab and shipped as soon as the laboratory resumes its normal activity.

All the photos available for sale can be accessed on the Perimetro website for a donation of 100 euros via PayPal or credit card.

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