Photo Janine Mizéra
Giulia Bersani
Photographer

Giulia Bersani is a photographer from Milan who has an incredible gift for capturing the innocent nature of her subjects with purity, curiosity, and melancholy. Her strength comes from her ability to capture the intimate moments between lovers and create a world that is between dream and reality. “I’m in love with the world. At the same time, I’’m very melancholic. I’’ve always been scared by death and by the feeling of losing everything. So photography helps me to keep some special moments and situations with me. Photography for me is mainly “memory of my past,” past youth, past loves, past places…” [Interview with Lola Who]

Selected magazines and features include i-D, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone Italia, Il Post, iGNANT, l’Oeil de la Photographie, Dailybest, Feature Shoot, Contributor Magazine, Inside Art, GUP magazine, Rockit, C-Heads, Nido Magazine, Wu Magazine, Girls on Film, Hestetika, Oh Comely Magazine, Image in Progress, If You Leave Vol.III, Lomography, C-41, Polpettas, VIX Magazine, KALTBLUT, The Wild magazine, Empty Kingdom, BOOOOOOOM!, Nasty magazine, Enquire, Reykjavik Boulevard, Organiconcrete, Electru.de, Aurora Fotografi, Always Sometimes Anytime.

Exhibitions include Space Place, Nizhny Tagil, Russia, Blanka, Milan, Italy, Castello di Casale Monferrato, Italy, Camerechiare, Rimini, Italy, RF64 Spazio Minimo, Acquaviva, San Marino, La Santa Bronx Ponente, Cesenatico, Italy, Joya Brussels, Brussels, Belgium, Spazio Testoni, Bologna, Italy, The Format gallery, Milan, Italy, MyCamera, Ravenna, Italy, Life Framer, The Print Space Gallery, London, UK, Cantiere Barche 14, Vicenza, Italy, La Fenice gallery, Venice, Italy, B-side gallery, London, UK.

Giulia Bersani
Photographer

Giulia Bersani is a photographer from Milan who has an incredible gift for capturing the innocent nature of her subjects with purity, curiosity, and melancholy. Her strength comes from her ability to capture the intimate moments between lovers and create a world that is between dream and reality. “I’m in love with the world. At the same time, I’’m very melancholic. I’’ve always been scared by death and by the feeling of losing everything. So photography helps me to keep some special moments and situations with me. Photography for me is mainly “memory of my past,” past youth, past loves, past places…” [Interview with Lola Who]

Selected magazines and features include i-D, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone Italia, Il Post, iGNANT, l’Oeil de la Photographie, Dailybest, Feature Shoot, Contributor Magazine, Inside Art, GUP magazine, Rockit, C-Heads, Nido Magazine, Wu Magazine, Girls on Film, Hestetika, Oh Comely Magazine, Image in Progress, If You Leave Vol.III, Lomography, C-41, Polpettas, VIX Magazine, KALTBLUT, The Wild magazine, Empty Kingdom, BOOOOOOOM!, Nasty magazine, Enquire, Reykjavik Boulevard, Organiconcrete, Electru.de, Aurora Fotografi, Always Sometimes Anytime.

Exhibitions include Space Place, Nizhny Tagil, Russia, Blanka, Milan, Italy, Castello di Casale Monferrato, Italy, Camerechiare, Rimini, Italy, RF64 Spazio Minimo, Acquaviva, San Marino, La Santa Bronx Ponente, Cesenatico, Italy, Joya Brussels, Brussels, Belgium, Spazio Testoni, Bologna, Italy, The Format gallery, Milan, Italy, MyCamera, Ravenna, Italy, Life Framer, The Print Space Gallery, London, UK, Cantiere Barche 14, Vicenza, Italy, La Fenice gallery, Venice, Italy, B-side gallery, London, UK.

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