We will forget soon is a photographic project realized by the Zukunft Erinnerung Dokumentation (ZED) Fotografie e.V. and developed by Stefano Corso and Dario-Jacopo Laganà.
Stefano Corso (www.stefanocorso.com), Italian, lives and works as photographer between Rome and Berlin. Founder of 42mm (www.42mm.it), Cultural Society of Photographic Arts, he’s currently involved in street photography, reportage, teaching photography in workshops and seminars. His works were often used as cover art for publications in Italy and abroad, his picture Red Rain is sold in all the world in thousand copies as Fine Art poster. In 2007 and 2009 his work was awarded with the Honorable Mention at IPA (International Photography Awards). In 2014 he was the only Italian photographer present at the European Month of Photography in Berlin with his exhibition inspired by Fritz Lang's Metropolis.
Dario-Jacopo Laganà (www.norte.it) is an Italian photographer living in Berlin for 4 years. After spending some years on travel photography (especially in Middle East) and photojournalism, he decided to inspect studio photography with experimental portraits projects and to work on interior and architecture photography. From his personal interest in the Second Great War and the Cold war, he started the blog Elephant in Berlin, to provide documentary evidence of the city and its changes, of the historical places, buildings and curiosities on Berlin and Brandenburg.