Claudia Iacomino is an Italian artist main interested on photography language and his ability to describe thought rather than reality. Her work focuses on the appearances and the human system of perception exploring the possible boundaries of visual perception and construction of experience. Even when she explores new media, she does not leave photographic semantics, choosing to exalt the static image as a metaphor for thought.

2017-2018. ILAS – Advertising Photography – scholarship winner, Naples, Italy.
2016-2017. IED – Fashion and Reportage Photography, Rome, Italy.
2013. MFA Academy of Fine Arts Napoli, Photography, Naples, Italy. Final dissertation about Analysis of visual perception.
2011. BA University Federico II, Culture and Managment of Cultural Heritage, Naples, Italy. Final dissertation on Identity Photographic.

2014-2021. Teacher of Visual communication and Photography in the public school, Italy.
Development of laboratories for the learning of visual languages, dedicated to childhood and adolescence.

2022. Ragusa Foto Festival, special mention (“Mnemosyne“)
2022. Photolux Festival open call, shortlisted (“Mnemosyne“)

Group Exhibition
2021. Mnemosyne. #ReunionCalling by PhEST, Monopoli, Bari, (BA), Italy
2021. Mnemosyne Dummy. Charta Festival, Rome, (RM) Italy
2019. Sedimenti. Fondazione Circolo Artistico Politecnico, Naples, (NA) Italy 
2018. Vita da pianta. Magazzini fotografici, Naples, (NA) Italy 
2017. Beauty. PAN, Palazzo delle Arti di Napoli, Naples, (NA) Italy
2014. Oggi ho conosciuto un uovo. IV Edizione della Biennale dei Giovani Fotografi Italiani, Bibbiena, (TO) Italy
2013. The good bone eats the authentic tree – Homage to L. Bunuel, Napoli Film Festival 2013, Metropolitan Cinema, Naples, (NA) Italy
2013. Azione virtuale generata da un’azione fisica – Video installation – SI FEST Off, Savignano sul Rubicone, (FC) Italy 

2022. Trasference Magazine,
Mnemosyne. Link
2021. Paper Journal, Mnemosyne. Link
2021. Conceptual Projects, INSIGHT_01, Photographic approaches to memory, Mnemosyne. Link
2021. Conceptual Projects, Mnemosyne. Link
2021. PhMuseum, Mnemosyne. Link
2020. Ilas Magazine, interview.