Born in Siena (Italy), he got into photography while attending in photography while attending the secondary schools attached to the Institute of Art. In 1985 he joined the Siena Foto Club where he held various positions until becoming its president from 2013 to 2016. His images are part of numerous collective and personal photographic exhibitions, both in Italy and abroad. He dedicates to photographing mainly everything concerning the Sienese territory and the Palio di Siena, not forgetting other genres such as sport, reportage, travel. He collaborates with the Consortium for the Protection of the Palio of Siena in the realization of the publication “Scatti in Campo” published since 2013 and the Google “Grand Tour of Italy” project.He teaches photography courses for students, organizations and associations. Collaborator of the magazine “Il Carroccio di Siena”, pictures of him have been published in dozens of books and magazines, both nationally and internationally. Worth mentioning: Fotografare, Reflex, Il Gazzettino Fotografico, FOTOIT, Annuario FIAF, L’Astronomia, Cucina e Vini, Art Dossier, Archeo, Toscana e Chianti News, Firenze Architettura, Viaggi del Gusto, Corriere di Siena, La Nazione, Repubblica.it, Tuttosport, La Stampa, Geo Saison, Le Figaro MagazineIn October 2017, a photograph of him became part of the collection of the “Naiman Palace Museum” in Tongliao City in Inner Mongolia in China.He participates in national and international photographic competitions obtaining numerous prizes and admissions. He is a member of the juries of photographic competitionsDistinctionsAFI – (Federazione Italiana Associazioni Fotografiche)BFA - (Unione Italiana Fotoamatori)AFIAP – (Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique)GPU CR2 – VIP1 – (Global Photographic Union)EAGP – (Association Of Photographers of Georgia)G.APS – (Agile Photographic Society)HON.CPE – (Campina Photographic Exhibitions Society)Linkhttps://www.instagram.com/mauroagnesoni/
The Venice Carnival is one of the best known events. Thousands of people from all over the world flock to the city to admire the masks that can be found in the streets and squares. The clothes are very beautiful, some made in a tailor's shop, others hired by Venetians and tourists who want to participate in the Carnival every year. A unique event in the world that has been part of Italian traditions for centuries.