Giorgio Di Noto

Born in 1990, Rome (Italy). He studied photography at Centro Sperimentale di Fotografia A.Adams and learned Darkroom and Printing techniques working with some master printers in Italy. He started in 2011 a research about the materials and languages of photography studying the relationship between technical processes and contents of images. In 2012 he self-published a limited edition artist book “The Arab Revolt”, which is mentioned in “The Photobook, A History Vol.III” by Gerry Badger and Martin Parr. In 2013 he has been selected by British Journal of Photography for “Ones to watch”. The education experiences continued with the selection for the Reflexion Masterclass and the Joop Swart Masterclass (World Press Photo), where he focused and developed interactive projects through the experimentation of different printing processes. In 2017 he published “The Iceberg” (Edition Patrick Frey) and received a special mention for the Author Book Award at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2018. His projects have been exhibited in several festivals and events in Europe.