Daniele Tamagni is a freelance photographer from Italy. In 2007 he won the Canon Young Photographer Award with a project about the Congolese dandys, "Sapeurs of Brazzaville". He published a book in 2009 titled, "Gentlemen of Bacongo". The designer Paul Smith, who wrote the preface, found inspiration for his S/S 2010 collection, and in 2010, Tamagni won the ICP INFINITY AWARD in the fashion category. He then travelled to Bolivia for a project on women wrestlers, winning the World Press Photo in Arts & Entertainment category in 2011.
Between 2001 and 2013 Tamagni has continued to explore streetstyle trends and the aesthetic of transformation in different contexts with the aim to publish a book "Global Style Battles" that will include all these projects. Meanwhile he alternated his personal work with commercial and editorial assignments. He took pictures of Solange Knowles for his video Losing You inspired to his book Gentlemen of Bacongo in 2012 and recently he shot the cover for Rolling Stones SA of singer Nakhane Toure. He published books for corporates and foundations :"Kami la missione dell'energia" for TERNA and COOPI 2010 ; "Passage to Rajasthan" for ONE SIGHT Luxottica foundation 2012; a book project for Ecopneus that will be launched in 2014.
Born in 1975 in Milan, Italy ; died in 2017 the 23rd of December
Lives and works in Milan