“Anybody can be a non-drunk. It takes a special talent to be a drunk. It takes endurance. Endurance is more important than truth.” Charles Bukowski, Barfly 'A Minigonna is a 50 years old wine shop in southern Italy. Opening times are 09/13| 16/20, time that marks the lives of a group of people who go to the shop every day and stay there all the day long. They enter at nine o’clock a.m and go away at 1 o’clock p.m, they come back at 4 o’clock in the afternoon and stay there until late in the evening. My work is not about alcoholism but wants to show a way of life.
Fabio Itri lives and works in Reggio Calabria, Italy. After graduating in philosophy he specialized in advertising and in 2009 approached photography as an autodidact. In 2013 he has attended a specialization course in reportage photography at Istituto Superiore di Fotografia in Rome. He has published on Left, Grazia, Fifa Weekly, RaiNews.it, Corriere.it and he has been reviewed on Il Fotografo. His work In Tenda has been awarded at 2013 International Photography Awards. Some images of In Tenda have been published on a report of Amnesty International about migrant workers in Rosarno. In 2013 he has exhibited at CIFA (Italian Centre for Fine Art Photography) and in 2014 at Med Photo Fest. Fabio is a member of Ulixes Picture Collective - Photoresearch & Documentation. He teaches reportage photography at Il Cerchio dell'Immagine Photography School.