Ludovica Anzaldi
Photographer

Ludovica Anzaldi is an Italian photographer currently based in Paris. She grew up in Italy, between Rome and Sicily where she comes from. After attending an artistic high school in Rome, she moved to Paris. In 2012 she attended the Parisian School of Photography Speos, and took on an internship as archivist at the Magnum Photos Paris. In 2014, she attended the ESAG Penninghen.

In her images, Ludovica Anzaldi tries to represent human beings in all their complexity, their darkness, their poetry, their sensuality. She choses to shoot female bodies to illustrate her purpose because it is through their lines and curves that Life can be found. In each image, her models share a piece of their existence, in which the viewers can easily find themselves, by travelling inside their intimacy and getting at the source of our own genesis. Through this questioning she proposes many different views of life.

Ludovica Anzaldi
Photographer

Ludovica Anzaldi is an Italian photographer currently based in Paris. She grew up in Italy, between Rome and Sicily where she comes from. After attending an artistic high school in Rome, she moved to Paris. In 2012 she attended the Parisian School of Photography Speos, and took on an internship as archivist at the Magnum Photos Paris. In 2014, she attended the ESAG Penninghen.

In her images, Ludovica Anzaldi tries to represent human beings in all their complexity, their darkness, their poetry, their sensuality. She choses to shoot female bodies to illustrate her purpose because it is through their lines and curves that Life can be found. In each image, her models share a piece of their existence, in which the viewers can easily find themselves, by travelling inside their intimacy and getting at the source of our own genesis. Through this questioning she proposes many different views of life.

  • 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…)
  • Rencontres d’Arles 2024
    Beneath The Surface
    Jul 1 – Sep 29, 2024
    Arles, France
    Tremors and turmoil, spirits, traces, parallel readings and rereadings all constitute new perspectives underlying the 2024 edition of the Rencontres d’Arles. Photographers, artists and curators reveal their visions and stories, not least that of our humanity, by turns thwarted, in endless redefinition, resilient, but also visionary. Whether on the margins or established at the center, the narratives lead to divergent, multiple paths, all emanating from the faults in a porous surface: they intertwine, superimpose and overlap. (more…)
  • Anne Imhof: Wish You Were Gay
    Jun 8 – Sep 22, 2024
    Kunsthaus Bregenz
    Bregenz, Austria
    Kunsthaus Bregenz is delighted to announce Wish You Were Gay, an exhibition by Anne Imhof. Spanning all four floors of KUB, Wish You Were Gay is simultaneously a personal survey and an all new body of work that reflects on and further develops a number of core elements that have constituted Imhof’s repertoire of artistic expression. Wish You Were Gay includes bas-reliefs, large scale oil paintings, sculptures, stage elements and stadium lighting, as well as new video works made of archival footage from her origins (more…)
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