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Giorgio Di Noto

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Born in Rome in 1990, he studied photography and darkroom printing techniques and since 2011 he began his research on photographic materials and the relationship between visual languages and printing processes. In 2012 wins the Pesaresi Prize with the project "The Arab Revolt", which is selected in "The Photobook. A History Vol. III" by M.Parr and G. Badger and later acquired by the MET of New York. In 2017 he published "The Iceberg which received a special mention for the Author Book Award at Rencontres d'Arles 2018 and is among the finalists for the Prix Bob Calle du livre d'artiste. He lives and works in Rome where he teaches Photography and Printing Techniques.