Alba Deangelis
Photographer

Alba Deangelis is a self-taught Italian professional photographer working both on independent projects and assignments.

Her photographic research focuses mostly on architecture.

Alba Deangelis was born in Manduria (South Italy) in 1988. In 2007 she moved to Milan where she studied Architecture.

After graduating she devoted herself entirely to photography.

Alba Deangelis
Photographer

Alba Deangelis is a self-taught Italian professional photographer working both on independent projects and assignments.

Her photographic research focuses mostly on architecture.

Alba Deangelis was born in Manduria (South Italy) in 1988. In 2007 she moved to Milan where she studied Architecture.

After graduating she devoted herself entirely to photography.

  • Mary Heilmann / Daydream Nation
    May 2 – Jul 26, 2024
    Hauser & Wirth
    New York, USA
    “A body of work starts by daydreaming…” –Mary Heilmann On May 2nd, we will open ‘Daydream Nation’ at its 22nd Street gallery, exploring Mary Heilmann’s ongoing interest in drawing as a form of transcribing memory. Curated by artist Gary Simmons, Heilmann’s friend and former student and colleague at New York’s School of Visual Arts, the exhibition celebrates her talent for distilling complex images and ideas into deceptively simple geometric forms and abstract gestural marks. (more…)
  • Fumi Nagasaka: Dora, Yerkwood, Walker County, Alabama
    Publication
    Gost
    International
    During the 2016 US Presidential elections Japanese photographer, Fumi Nagasaka, became intrigued by the rural and southern USA. She had lived in New York City for a decade but despite travelling the world, had yet to visit the rest of the US. All this changed when her friend, Tanya Rouse, invited her to her hometown of Dora, Alabama. Nagasaka continued to visit Dora over several years, gradually building a photographic archive of her visits. (more…)
  • Michael Wesely. Doubleday
    Publication
    Hatje Cantz
    International
    The internationally renowned photographer Michael Wesely captures time and life in his photographs. In Doubleday, he explores the archaeological dimensions of photography by superimposing his own photographs precisely over historical views of Berlin architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. This allows him to leap from the past to the present (more…)