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Iacopo Pasqui

He was born in Florence in 1984. He studied Communication Sciences at the University of Teramo. He is a documentary and fine art photographer and his research is focused on natural and artificial landscapes, and on issues related to everyday life and to the dynamics of the contemporary preference for the use of color. Often he uses photography as a metaphor for existential values and to create stories.
He is one of the three winners of the 2011 Leica Talent obtaining an assignment for Leica Italia and Magnum.
He teaches courses and workshops about photography and photographic project methodology at colleges and private institute also collaborating with some chairs of the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Teramo.
In 2012, he is the youngest contemporary artist in the book “Storia della fotografia in Italia. Dal 1839 ad oggi.” di G. D’Autilia (Einaudi, Turin, 2012).
In 2013, he documented the Conclave on behalf of the Institute of the Italian G.Treccani for the book “Il Conclave di Papa Francesco” (Le edizioni d’Arte, Treccani, Rome, 2013)
He works with companies and architectural studios in the achievements of specific documentary project and photographic campaigns.


• 2013
“Extra Omnes” – Istituto “G.Braga”, Teramo.
“Uncommontime” – Appartamento Lago Brera, Milano.
“dei narranti” – Museo Laboratorio Ex Manifattura Tabacchi – Città Sant’Angelo
• 2012
“Le Stanze di Tonia” – Usomagazzino, per altre architetture, Pescara.
• 2014
“Laboratorio Italia” – Savignano Immagini Festival, Savignano sul Rubicone.
“OFF SITE ART” – a project by ArtBridge, L’Aquila.
“Stills of Peace and everydaylife” Un confronto tra italia e Pakistan – Museo Capitolare, Atri.
“Soglie” – Usomagazzino, per altre architetture, Pescara
• 2013
“Transizioni – da un paesaggio all’altro” – Usomagazzino, per altre architetture, Pescara.
• 2012
“Loretoview” – Festival di fotografia di paesaggio, Castello Chiola, Loreto Aprutino.
• 2011
“Le città invisibili” – Castello Chiola, Loreto Aprutino