Specialising in Fine Art and documentary photography, Iacopo Pasqui (Firenze, 1984) explores the relationship between man-nature-landscape and social behaviour.
He often uses photography as a metaphor and tool to critique and observe contemporary society, favouring projects with medium and long timeframes. He has won numerous prizes and competitions including Leica Talent 24×36, 2011/2012, Off Site Art promoted by ArtBridge, 2014, Contemporary Landscapes and Places in Transformation – Artist residency in Italy promoted by MiBACT and GAI, 2017. He is among the photographers included in the volume History of Photography in Italy. From 1839 to present by G. D’Autilia, Einaudi, Torino 2012. He is the author of books and publications and has participated in various solo and collective exhibitions, most recently in the exhibition 1999 at the Museo MAXXI in Rome, 2017.
He has taken part in artistic residencies and lectures in the University of Perugia and Teramo.
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