Acclaimed as one of most prominent young photographer, Milan-based Neige De Benedetti gives an intimate and revealing interview about life and photography and discusses her vision as a documentary and portrait artist Showing an intuitive approach and a clear vision, the artist reflects on the themes that inspire her work and a certain idea of ‘modern cannibalism’.
Neige De Benedetti is an Italian-French artist born in Milan in 1988. Her images have been featured on several magazines and newspapers including Corriere della Sera, Repubblica, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, D di Repubblica, Vogue, GQ, among others. She also published Doppio Rosso (Skira, 2012), a photographic book about China and Cuba, and Tubì Tubì, her first novel for Sellerio in 2014.
A project by Virginia Achilli.
| Creative direction: Virginia Achilli | Directed by: Mattia Napoli | Editor: Corrado Iuvara | Cinematography: Paolo Corazza | Music: Eugenio Petrarca |