Terra Nostra is introduced by the respected Sicilian judge, Roberto Scarpinato who, since 1989, has been involved in some of the most important trials against the Mafia. He has been under police protection for over twenty years.
Sean O’Hagan, photography critic at The Guardian and The Observer, also contributes an insightful text which looks at the context of Mollica’s work.
Born in Palermo, Sicily, Mimi Mollica is an award winning photographer. He has has worked with many prestigious magazines including The Guardian Weekend Magazine, FT Weekend Magazine, The NYT Lens blog, Newsweek Japan, Sunday Times Magazine, Internazionale, Granta Magazine, as well as publishers such as Thames & Hudson and Lars Muller.
His photographs have also been included in many exhibitions throughout the world including in the UK, Europe and the United States. Now based in London, Mimi Mollica is also the founder of Photo Meet, an organisation which celebrates photography through events such as portfolio reviews, lectures and presentations.