It’s Probably Me


An image narrative of the journey of some migrants along the western route of Africa and the Sahel: they leave Mali, cross the Niger, arrive in Libya, and then in Europe.
For them, this race towards the mirage of a modern, civilised continent is their only chance to gain emancipation and autonomy from the lives they are trying to leave behind. Antonio Theo Pini, photographer and narrator, traces their journey of hope, capturing it over three different moments.
First, desires for fulfilment and integration merge and blur in the desert, in the struggle and loneliness of those fearing not to be welcomed as they would like beyond the horizon.