Alessandro Giuliano EXPOSITO

Alessandro’s practice centers around his nomadic lifestyle and looks at the theme of travel as a metaphor for life. His fascination for this theme stems from its ability to reflect man's way of discovering the world and himself and to convey, through a variety of languages, the complexity of the traveller’s experiences and emotions.
Alessandro initially worked with a large format camera, though the resulting work was shot on both Polaroid and colour medium format film. His final work during his residency centered on the photographic archive of shipyards in both Glasgow and Edinburgh, where he revisited sites, documenting them as they are now.

Alessandro Giuliano participated in EXPOSITO  in June 2010, a Stills collaboration with Arteteca to give three Italian photographers the opportunity to spend a period of time in Edinburgh for the research and development of their practice. As Stills first international residency, it enabled visits to national and regional collections, archives, local galleries as well as providing access to production facilities and integration into the Stills’ community.

Exposito is a project originally conceived by Arteteca,  its primary purpose to promote the artistic production of the Campanian region of Southern Italy through a system of collaboration with international partners. It is an on-line archive that collects information and documentation of the artists who live in Naples, and a promotion and discussion platform that organizes talks, exhibitions, workshops, and artist residencies.

Slide show: 
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Alessandro Giuliano  EXPOSITO
Biography: 

Biography: Alessandro was born in Naples, and graduated from Federico II University, Naples with a degree in Political Science. He then studied for a Post-Graduate at the International Centre of Photography (ICP), New York in 2010. He has exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at Galleria Overfoto, Napoli, Galleria Le Opere, Rome, and as part of the Biennale del Teatro, Venice. Giuliano’s work has featured in a variety of publications as well as numerous group shows including exhibitions in New York, Bologna, Rome and London. He lives and works in Naples, Rome and New York.