Diambra Mariani

Born in Verona in 1982. She graduated in Law at Statale University of Milan, and in Venice with a master in Photography and digital imaging. Her photographic research focuses on “the defining moments”, either through individual stories of life, and through collective stories of people who have been faced directly or indirectly some of the main events of the twentieth century. Her meditation is about the interlacements between history, memory and the function of photographic representation.

She travelled in Central and South America, in East Europe, Palestine, Afghanistan.

In 2010 she won the INAIL Prize, in 2011 she had a Special Mention at Giovanni Tabò Prize – Roma Fotoleggendo and in 2013 she was selected for Descubrimientos – Photo Espana. Her work has been shown in Italy and abroad (among others: Rencontres d’Arles, La Nuit de l’Annèe, 2012 – Slideluck London, Format Festival Grand Finale, Derby, 2013).

She published on D La Repubblica delle Donne, L’Espresso, Gioia, Vanity Fair, Corriere della Sera, Cosmopolitan, Sportweek.

She lives between Italy and Spain.

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