Between and she worked in photographic studios in Milan and London. Besides working on stories, years ago she started an archive of portraits of figures from the world of culture, art, literature, music. Isabella De Maddalena has been represented by the Luz photo agency since She joined to Women Photograph international network in Since the 80s, Lucia Baldini has been storytelling through images when she began to create photos for a record company in Tuscany called Materiali Sonori.
For decades Lucia has collaborated on festivals, with dance and theater companies throughout Italy — including more than 12 years with the highly respected Carla Fracci.
She brings us up-close and intimately drawn into the art and unique culture of argentine tango through her series of four photography books. After meeting Carlo Mazzacurati , Lucia began her work in the world of cinema. She has co-created video installations and has experimented with a range of multi-media materials. Her work has been presented and shown both in Italia and internationally, with the production of numerous private and public collections.
Lucia continues to work on a variety of fascinating current and future projects. Margherita was born in Milan in In , after graduating in Arabic language , she began a career in international cooperation and development, which led her to live and travel in Middle East and Africa: at this point she also started her commitment on photography on a more professional level, collaborating with magazines and information web sites. In she contributed to the creation of a photography project inspired by social businesses — Il Maestro e Margherita — Ethical and Sustainable Photography. She works both on commercial and social photography, developing reportage and participatory photography projects, with a particular focus on migration.
Since she is the Global Program Manager at Lensational , a global social enterprise using photography for women empowerment in the most vulnerable communities in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Born in Rome in She starts her career working on advertising campaigns, but quickly moves onto the humanitarian field, becoming the official photographer for Operation Smile , an internatinal organization active all around the world to provide free surgeries for children with facial deformities.
During the past 10 years, she has documented over 25 humanitarian missions across Africa, Asia and Middle East, Latin America. Margherita is currently in New York. Lives and works in Florence where she began her photographic work at the beginning of the She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Italy and abroad, in museums and galleries. In addition to her personal photographic research, she collaborates with public and private institutions in the organization of exhibitions and cultural activities she edited, in collaboration with Dryphoto , from to European women photographers award Places of life.
She completed several personal projects some of which about botanic gardens, industrial landscape, archaeology, natural history museums, zoos, aquariums and religious places. She was born in Naples where she received her artistic high school diploma. She lives in Novara. She approaches photography in by following Giuliana Traverso class, she works on editorial projects: La donna di fine millennio , ed.
Leonardo Arte and Viaggio intorno alla mia camera , ed. Fondazione Costa. She started her artistic path with a project based on childhood presented at her personal exibiton Cupo incanto , at Diaframma Kodak Gallery of Milan and later in Torino, at Biennale internazionale di fotografia. She is one of the winners of the award Fondazione Costa di Genova and of the international award M.
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Since she deals with fashion photography. In she exposed at Palazzo della Triennale of Milan with the project Parlando con voi. After earning a university degree in Languages and Literature , Milan-born Marina Spironetti trained as a journalist in Italy. In , she studied photojournalism at the London College of Communication.
She worked as a UK correspondent for the Italian picture agency Eidon Press , covering major political events. Her range of subjects is fairly broad, from portrait to travel photography, but her aim is to use the human element as the main storytelling tool. A big part of her personal work focuses on capturing disappearing ancient traditions and cultures. Her project Exposed — creatives for Milan — a solo show of portraits of Milan-based artists and creatives — was exhibited at the Fabbrica del Vapore in Milan during Expo Her images have been exhibited in solo and collective shows in London and Tokyo.
In she was one of the selected artists for Photo Oxford ; she was also one of the artists of the first Triennale of Italian Photography in Venice. She has been among the winners of the Travel Photographer of the Year for three years in a row Born in Milano in , she starts her professional activity in Thereafter she focuses on still life and decor for the main Italian and foreign magazines.
In she founded with Arianna Battistessa the blog Red Address and the digital magazine Aryhome, about projects arising with the wish to share ideas and inspirations linked to the design and decor world. Currently she is dedicating herself to photographic research related to art and architecture. Afterwards she came back to Italy and moved to Milan first and then to Palermo. Since years she has been engaged in a research of visual codes, using color as form of expression, often treating social issues.
She treated themes as women against mafia, female immigration towards Sicily. The anthology with a preface by Isabella Allende, focuses on the global female experience. In she conceived a project with teenagers living in a deprived suburb in Palermo.
The project aroused interest, and the Italian public network RAI , transmitted on air her reportage. Her work Glimpses of broken silence concerning domestic violence, has been shown under the patronage of the Pres ident of Italian chamber of deputies. Recently she received an award as acknowledgement for her engagement. Her images are published in national and international magazines.
She made publications dedicated to Berbers, India, Yemen and Ethiopia.
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A large survey on Jewish cemeteries in Marocco ended in in Bergamo with the exhibition As a drop of water in a bucket. Also in the participation in Colorno Photo Life where she won the second place for the best portfolio. She exhibited at Fotografia Europea It does not matter if all the beauties of the world are on the other side , also exhibited at the Photofestival in Perugia. He published for the Pulcino Elefante editions.
She is the author of the texts of the book about Bergamo Certi silenzi Edition Born in , she lives and works in Milan where she studied Philosophy and graduated with a thesis on photographic language.
She explores theoretical and political fields from the questioning of seeing to language, to female difference, from working class to the heritage of history. The exhibition Altra misura , curated by Raffaella Perna, re-proposed her work on women in the context of feminism in the s. In Cristina Casero published the first monograph on her work: Paola Mattioli, Sguardo critico di una fotografa , Postmediabooks. Trained as a mathematician, she worked as a researcher in the telecommunications field until , when she turned full time to photography.
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