Incorporating a range of styles and movements that include Minimal Art, Transavanguardia, Pop Art and contemporary art, the exhibition presents works dealing with individual and societal struggles to attain balance, harmony and stability. (more…)
Greta Lorimer, born in Florence (Italy) and based in Switzerland, is a visual creative specialized in photography, philosophy of the image and therapeutic photography. Her research follows a project-based practice that sees photography and philosophy deeply intertwined, both rooted in a strong interest in the human understanding of life. Mostly drawn to the body, the portrait and the self portrait, Greta uses her photography as an introspective and performative tool to explore the narratives that occur on the threshold between the inner world and the outside world.
Greta graduated with a BA in Philosophy from University La Sapienza of Rome. She then moved to the United Kingdom where she pursued a Master’s Degree in Photography at the University of Brighton.
She has been selected as one of the graduates emerging talents UK 2018 by Alona Pardo, curator at Barbican Centre, at Source Magazine that published one of her works.
Greta’s works have been featured in “Carry Me Homeward” exhibition which was part of the Brighton Photo Fringe Festival 2020 and has been awarded as runner-up of the Photo Fringe Professionals’ Choice Award.
Her works are part of the printed and online book “Homeland”, edited by Revolv Collective London and presented at Sofia Art Week Festival. Greta is one of the artists featured in the Fast Forward research project @womeninphoto, in the online gallery LoosenArt, OpenEYE France magazine, ARTIT magazine. Greta has exhibited in Rome, Brighton, London, and Paris.
In 2020 she became art director of BloArt, a new born Swiss organisation.