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Letizia Lopreiato, Hope
Letizia Lopreiato, Hope
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    Letizia Lopreiato, Hope

    €80.00
    DESCRIPTION

    Hope ( extract from Sonia’s Trees creative documentary)
    2021
    Photography
    32 x 22 cm Framed
    Edition of 1
    €80 Framed

    Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle fine art fibre based matt paper (Photorag 308gsm), Walnut Box frame.

    Hope is an extract from Sonia’s Trees, the artist’s latest visual poetry project — a creative documentary using 35mm photography, Super 8 film and poetry, which has evolved into an art-book publication and a photo-seeds’ art packs give away ARTIVISM campaign.

     

    About the Artist

    Letizia Lopreiato is a multilingual visual-poet, Magnum Photos Portfolio Review featured artist (2020), and solo exhibitor at PhotoIreland Festival Open Program 2021 and Exposure Festival (Canada) 2021. Awardee of both the Arts Council Ireland Visual Arts Bursary (2021), and of the Arts Council Ireland Connect Award (2020). She is a registered professional member of Visual Artists Ireland, and Poetry Ireland contributor. The artist writes and performs her poetry in English, Italian and Spanish. She has seen her work published internationally, in the UK, Ireland, and Italy. Letizia embraced film photography three years ago, a few months after her visual impairment was diagnosed. Letizia’s practice is inspired by her academic research in History, Philology, Semiotics, Psychology and Sociology of Communication. Letizia comes from a Magna Cum Laude MA Degree in International Relations for Cooperation in Milan, and a BA Degree in Political Studies, majoring in the use of media within politics and international organisations. Letizia is leveraging within her art practice, her professional program-management experience matured over a decade in the tech industry, across four different countries; this allows her to extend her vocation towards barrier-free technologies for social justice / inclusion, equality and cooperation in Visual Arts and Photography.

     

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