Matteo Di Giovanni is an Italian photography-based artist whose work deals with personal, intimate, social and anthropological issues, focusing on the themes of memory, identity and human limitations. His landscape photographs reveal a tension between nature and civilization.
He received a MA in Documentary Photography at the University of Westminster in London in 2012.
So far, he has published three monographs, I wish the world was even (2019), Blue Bar (2020) and I had to shed my skin (2022). All published by Artphilein Editions, Lugano.
The three bodies of work form a “loose trilogy”, which will gather in a solo show titled True Places Never Are at Robert Morat Galerie in Berlin in June 2023.
Prints available through Robert Morat Galerie: