Alice Rabuffetti
Photographer

Born in Rome and currently living in Mexico, I am a student of Cultural Heritage pursuing an archaeological curriculum with notions of cinema and photography.

I started to photograph my life and the world around me at the age of 15, under the influence and passion of my father.

Photography is the means by which I manage to preserve my deepest moods and moments of life that I necessarily feel I have to protect from the passing of the time.

My favorite subjects are strangers and daily scenes. Thanks to my studies having lived in the desert between Iran and Afghanistan, the photographs most dear were born of this period.

I let myself be guided by the eyes of the desert and I really felt, by these eyes and the eyes of the strangers, the importance of being human.

Alice Rabuffetti
Photographer

Born in Rome and currently living in Mexico, I am a student of Cultural Heritage pursuing an archaeological curriculum with notions of cinema and photography.

I started to photograph my life and the world around me at the age of 15, under the influence and passion of my father.

Photography is the means by which I manage to preserve my deepest moods and moments of life that I necessarily feel I have to protect from the passing of the time.

My favorite subjects are strangers and daily scenes. Thanks to my studies having lived in the desert between Iran and Afghanistan, the photographs most dear were born of this period.

I let myself be guided by the eyes of the desert and I really felt, by these eyes and the eyes of the strangers, the importance of being human.

  • Aria Dean: Abattoir
    Feb 8 – May 5, 2024
    ICA
    London, UK
    Aria Dean: Abattoir is the New York-based artist’s first exhibition in the UK. The exhibition of the artist’s recent work explores the foundational relationship between modernity and death on conceptual and material levels. The ICA’s main gallery features Dean’s Abattoir, U.S.A.!, a site-specific film installation with immersive 8-channel sound. The animated film traverses the interior of an empty slaughterhouse. (more…)
  • Maria Sturm: You Don’t Look Native to Me
    Publication
    Void
    International
    In 2011, Maria Sturm began to photograph the lives of young people from the Lumbee Tribe around Pembroke, Robeson County, North Carolina. Through the process of documenting their lives, Sturm began to question her own understanding of what it means to be Native American. Her new book You Don’t Look Native to Me combines photographs with interviews and texts to preconceptions and show Native identity not as fixed, but evolving and redefining itself with each generation. (more…)
  • The 90s Onstage
    Jan 27 – Apr 14, 2024
    Kunstverein in Hamburg
    Hamburg, Germany
    In collaboration with the cultural institution Salt, Istanbul, the Kunstverein in Hamburg presents the exhibition The 90s Onstage, with extensive German, English and Turkish language program. The exhibition The 90s Onstage consists of interwoven formats and approaches that put a variety of media – visual art, performance, television, theater, painting, music videos, talk shows and installation, elements of stage design – from the 1990s in Turkey into dialogue. (more…)
  • Tongues of Fire
    Feb 22 – May 5, 2024
    Kunsthall Trondheim
    Trondheim, Norway
    In response to our home building’s former life as a fire station, and Trondheim’s history as a city shaped by blazes whose traces are still present in its design today, this group exhibition brings together artists who have been deeply touched and transformed through the challenges manifest in the burnt and burning. Hailing from diverse generations and backgrounds, these individuals converge to explore how flames have served as agents of change across time and space. (more…)