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Biography and art works by Ludovico Poggioli

Ludovico Poggioli, born in 1973 in Umbria, Italy, where I still live
and work, always distracted and deeply in love. I often walk with a
camera around my neck and my two dogs on leash and every now and then
I take a photo that I still like the day after.
I choose analog photography because leaves me free to forget why I am
shooting a shoot, because in every roll developed I find a shot that
surprises me, because printing your own photos in the darkroom is
exciting and every print is unique.
I love to shoot mostly landscapes, all the better in awful weather:
the worse the weather the more I enjoy the experience. But recently I
started including humans in my photos, mostly during my night walks, I
like the silence and movement that I find in the slow shooting times
used at night.


EXHIBITIONS:
2016 : Solo exhibition in Spello at InUrbe.
2015: Grop exhibition in Castiglioncello at Rosignano Photo Festival.
Group exhibition in Badapest at PH21 Gallery.
Group exhibition in San Francisco at Rayko Photo Gallery.
Projection in Ballarat at Ballarat Photo Biennale.
Group exhibition in Bolzano at Analogica 2015.
2014:
Solo exhibition in Foligno at Ex-Astra.
Solo exhibition in Spello at Spello PhotoFestival.


2016 :
Petits tirages has been published on l'Oeil de la photographie.
Some photos from XALOVE has been published on Issue 2 of Die Angst
Magazine.
XALOVE has been published on Issue 5 of TheFix Analog Magazine.
New serie Petit Tirages (ongoing) published on Flash Magazine.
2015 :
Bellinverno has been published on Shoot Me Magazine
Bellinverno has been published on www.plateformag.com
A short interview published on Milkwithtea Magazine
A little album of trees published on italianways.com
Some photos of my serie XALOVE where published on the beautiful
Dilengo Magazine.
An extract from my serie XALOVE published on Private Magazine.
XALOVE published on Fraction Magazine.
The whole XALOVE serie published on Plateform Magazine.
XALOVE published on Polpetta Mag.
A brief interview on shootingfilm.net




Medium Format Contact Print (Lith) in 40X50 cm frame.

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Showing 1 - 5 of 5 art works