Giorgio Di Noto


Giorgio Di Noto (1990) studied photography at the Experimental Center of Photography Adams (Centro Sperimentale di Fotografia A. Adams) and learned darkroom techniques while working with several printers in Italy. In 2011, he started a research project on the materials and languages of photography, studying the relationship between the technical processes and the image’s content.  In 2012, his self-published limited-edition book The Arab Revolt was mentioned in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger’s The Photobook. A History Vol. III and it entered the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. In 2013, Di Noto was named in the British Journal of Photography’s “Ones to watch”. He was selected for the Reflexion Masterclass and the Joop Swart Masterclass (World Press Photo), where he focused his research on the development of interactive projects by experimenting with different printing processes. In 2017, he published The Iceberg (Edition Patrick Frey) which received a Special Mention for Author’s Book Award at the Rencontres d’Arles 2018 and was among the finalists for the Bob Calle Artist’s Book Award.

In 2019, he joined the group of artists and photographers taking part in the curatorial, exhibition and publishing project “Metafotografia”. In 2021, he participated in the group exhibition “Retrofuturo” at the MACRO Museum in Rome. His projects have been exhibited in various festivals and events in Europe. He lives and works in Rome where he teaches Printing Techniques at the Rome University of Fine Arts (RUFA).