Here is a selection of places where you can find some of my works:

- Niccolò Barone on Facebook
- Barenik§ on flickr
- [Colours of a grey existence] on flickr

- Lightradi.us feat Niccolò Barone
- GAAWW - Girls against a white wall
- One giant Arm - Niccolò Barone
- The Analog Photographer - Niccolò Barone
- Milk with Tea [with a complete interview]
- Visual TONE
- Me And Frankie Avalon, interview with Niccolò Barone
- Photo_dONUTS
- Aurora photographers
- POSITIVE Magazine
- FreaksOnLine - Magazine
- SO LIFE STYLE
- .Get Inspired! m a g a z i n e
- Nope Fun feat. Niccolò Barone
- ... A dirty Job
- Feegrids.com feat Niccolò Barone
- Chicago Center Of Literature and Photography feat. Niccolò Barone
- REFUGO
- electru.de
- frizzi frizzi
- Mull it Over [with a new complete interview]
- jE sUIS pERDU
- LD collection
- Synthetic Pubes
- Anormal Mag -!- NEW! ("El retracto Exacto")
- sexisbeautiful
- Design you trust feat. Niccolò Barone
- *peanut soup deluxe*
- Arans world
- img_fave
- pic:haus
- Caves Of Lilith - blog
- lENA cATCH iNA
- FaShIoNbLoGs
- Le-Gallo
- AppenAppena [dot] org
- Memorygospel
- The book of 8
- rEFUGO
- Lola blogspot
- DISTURBING LOVELIES
- UPher.com feat. Niccolò Barone
- Tattoos Gal
- Billet-dOUX
- The sPur of Delight
- LIKE G A S O L I N E
- Days of Daze
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A good collaborator, a great reporter and a real photo-storyteller: Damian Galli



"...It is not surprising that Italian photographer Niccolò Barone expressed his interest in creating films, because his photos are extremely cinematic - each one looks like it could be a still from a movie. Niccolò's work is realistic, but with a certain dream like quality which makes his photography a joy to look at. His work ranges from portrait photography, to landscapes all of which let his talent shine. "

Susanna Franks (SoLifeStyle)



"...This series of photography by Niccolo Barone really focuses on the female form, most images are solitary and all are in black and white. When looking upon the photographs I get the feeling as though the women have all endured some kind of hurt, not the physical kind though. All seem lost in thought, gazing out toward distant lands, even those gazing right through the camera lens, are not really seeing, expressions are vacant and glazed. One women sat lonely on a staircase accompanied only by a bottle of wine, shoes strewn and feet bare seems to console her evident anger with the bottle. Clutching herself tightly another subject stares intently through the lens pleading too the viewer with her eyes alone trying to tell us something."

Roysin Bernard (TFS)




"...The art of bringing colour through expression. Take a look at his work!"

Ayse Argit (MilkWithTea) Tuesday, 3 May 2011