Summer Workshop at Villa Lina – July 25-31, 2021
In my projects, I try to give new life to what we have daily in front of our eyes.
When I photographed London, the city where I live, I tried to tell a story of a timeless and dreamlike city through the details of everyday life and I did the same “The Animals” and now with “New York”. I like to tell the mysteries surrounding everyday things.
I shoot with a Miranda from the 60s (once it belonged to my father) and I have always used black and white as a form of expression.
I am a fan of silver gelatin printing and find the black and white elegant, direct and in line with the type of emotions I want to convey.
The workshop aims to develop the photographic vision of each student, guiding them into the practice of fine art and documentary photography.
During this workshop, we will focus on developing a photographic project, from the start to finish, from the idea through the editing publication, exploring every personal approach”.
Giacomo Brunelli’s Introduction (slideshow+books)
Portfolio Review and building your portfolio
From the idea to the project
Publishing your book and how to find your right publisher
Fine art photography market and how to sell your work to galleries and collectors
How to approach magazine, galleries and publishers.
Instagram and Facebook
VENUE – Villa Lina, Ronciglione, Italy
LODGING & MEALS see info on Summer workshops
Giacomo Brunelli (b. Perugia, Italy, 1977) graduated with a degree in International Communications in 2002. His series have been exhibited at the Barbican Centre (Uk),
The Photographers’Gallery (Uk), The New Art Gallery Walsall (Uk) , Triennial of Photography Hamburg (Germany), Nordic Light Festival (Norway), Format Festival, Derby (Uk), BlueSky Gallery, Portland (Usa) and Galleria Belvedere Milan (Italy).
The work has won the Sony World Photography Award, the Gran Prix Lodz, Poland and the Magenta Foundation “Flash Forward 2009”. It has also been featured widely in the art and photography press including BBC (Uk), The Guardian (Uk), Harper’s Magazine (Usa), Eyemazing (Holland), European Photography (Germany), B&W Magazine (Usa), Creative Review (Uk), Foto&Video (Russia). His work is in the collection of Peter Fetterman Gallery (Usa), Museum of Fine Arts Houston (Usa), The New Art Gallery Walsall, Uk Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (Japan) and Portland Art Museum (Usa).
“The Animals” (2008) and “Eternal London” (2014) were published by Dewi Lewis Publishing, “Self Portraits” (2017) by Editions Bessard and “New York” (2020) by Skinnerboox.