Born in Pescara in 1980, he gets a degree in Philosophy at La Sapienza University in Rome, before moving to the UK to finish his studies in Photography. In 2012 he completes his degree in Photography at Westminster University of London with a body of work about Bosnian national identity 20 years after the Balkan War.

During the time spent in London he works regularly as assistant for Jeff Lipsky and Simon Roberts always keeping his personal work alive. He publishes for The Economist, Slowfood Magazine, Red Pepper Magazine and Hesamag, among others.

In 2013 he moves to Milan where he starts working on long term projects related to landscape and human relation within the space. At the moment he is working on the publication of I Wish the World Was Flat, a series that comes from a road trip to the northernmost point of Europe. At the same time he is developing a project about the Po, Italian longest river.

His Photographs

Digital scan of a negative and its inversion by Matteo Di Giovanni

© 2018 Matteo Di Giovanni. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a negative and its inversion by Matteo Di Giovanni

© 2018 Matteo Di Giovanni. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a negative and its inversion by Matteo Di Giovanni

© 2018 Matteo Di Giovanni. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a negative and its inversion by Matteo Di Giovanni

© 2018 Matteo Di Giovanni. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a negative and its inversion by Matteo Di Giovanni

© 2018 Matteo Di Giovanni. All rights reserved.


His Links

MatteoDiGiovanni.com

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