Marina Caneve
Photographer

Moving between Italy, France, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

Photographer with a background in architecture and urbanism, actually specializing at ECAL/KABK.

From 2013 she has been one of the curators of the project CALAMITA/À, Investigation and researches on the Vajont territories. She focalizes her interest in sociology and urban space. Her research focuses on relationship among people and environment, identity and the social value of urbanism and architecture. In her research there is a relationship almost bulimic with reality, in which she absorbs as much as possible and then returns through a visual reconstruction.

Her work has been exhibited in different places as Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, ALT.+1000 Photography Festival of Rossiniére/Switzerland, Wall Gallery in Treplice, Rovinj Photodays in Croatia, Fondazione Benetton in Treviso/Italy, SI Fest #23 in Savignano sur Rubicone/Italy, Museo Pino Pascali in Polignano a Mare/Italy, Festival Padova Fotografia in Padua/Italy, Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa in Venice/Italy.

Marina Caneve
Photographer

Moving between Italy, France, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

Photographer with a background in architecture and urbanism, actually specializing at ECAL/KABK.

From 2013 she has been one of the curators of the project CALAMITA/À, Investigation and researches on the Vajont territories. She focalizes her interest in sociology and urban space. Her research focuses on relationship among people and environment, identity and the social value of urbanism and architecture. In her research there is a relationship almost bulimic with reality, in which she absorbs as much as possible and then returns through a visual reconstruction.

Her work has been exhibited in different places as Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, ALT.+1000 Photography Festival of Rossiniére/Switzerland, Wall Gallery in Treplice, Rovinj Photodays in Croatia, Fondazione Benetton in Treviso/Italy, SI Fest #23 in Savignano sur Rubicone/Italy, Museo Pino Pascali in Polignano a Mare/Italy, Festival Padova Fotografia in Padua/Italy, Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa in Venice/Italy.

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