Sara Queirolo is an italian photographer based in Berlin. After studying and working for several years as an architect, she decided to devote herself entirely to photography. Her passion for photography was born from the desire to capture moments, faces, places, sensations, wich can remain as sharper in the memory, to relive and share later. In 2018 she won the first prize in the "Blende 2018" photo contest organized by the Berlin newspaper Junge Welt, for the "Corners and edges" category. After studying at the “Neue Schule Für Fotografie” in Berlin she started working as a freelance, particularly in the field of food, interior, architecture and portrait photography. In July 2020 she took part in the exhibition "Meine Umwelt" & Internationales Jugendfotofestival in Berlin.
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Silvia Azzari, after the Mantua Art Institute, graduated in Scenography at the Brera Academy in Milan and, at the same time, obtained a diploma in photography from the Bauer Institute in Milan. Later she devoted herself to theatrical photography. In 1998 she started doing photojournalism. In 1999 she joined a photojournalist agency in Milan dealing with the Milanese news and subsequently with major events on the national territory, dedicating herself exclusively to social reportage. Her photographs appear in many Italian magazines (Vanity Fair, Oggi, Gente, Sette, L’Espresso, A, Tu Style, Donna Moderna, Geo -fr, Ok Salute, F, Confidenze, Famiglia Cristiana, Gioia, Panorama). In 2011 she published with Gabriella Kuruvilla a book on Milan "Milan, so far so good". She currently works as a freelance, deals with portraiture and continues to carry out research on self-portrait which began in 1996.
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