'The circulation of images allows us to analyze the social and aesthetic change of the world. But photography is not born as an objective form to perceive what surrounds us. It is a subjective run of looks, of interpretation, of knowledge and also of pretense. It is a path that encourages us to interact with life and with the potential to create images or concepts.'
Pietro Milici is an Italian photographer based in the U.S., where he works as a freelance with different American and European entities. He starts working as a photographer in 2007. In 2012 he graduates in Marine Biology from the University of Palermo (Italy). Subsequently, he moves to Spain where he graduates from the university Elisava of Barcelona (Spain) in Photography and Design. In Barcelona, he collaborates with artists and photographers, commencing his work as a professional photographer. In his works, he employs different technics using both digital and film.
ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR
Hospitality, Real Estate, Design, Residential, Construction, Healthcare, Beauty, Corporate, Religious
Reportage, Corporate, Headshots, Events, Environmental, Profile, Parties, Beauty
Video Shooting, Video Editing, Real Estate Video, Construction
“Along Palermo”, ACINQUE – Un archivio d’immagini e parole per la Sicilia, Catania.
“Along Palermo”, ACINQUE – Un archivio d’immagini e parole per la Sicilia, Palermo.
“BUT“, Cip Festival, Chania.
“Along Palermo”, Demanio Sud Est, Palermo.
“Passenger”, Quarto Tempo, Palermo.
“Passenger”, Photocopy Club, Lodz.
“Let Our People Grow”, H2O Art Gallery, Barcelona.
“Lives on Hold” was selected amongst the 15 finalists of the Cortona on the Move OFF.
“I ART”, Ex-Real Fonderia, Palermo.
“Crezi Food Stories’s Portraits”, Gallery of Modern Art, Palermo.
“Passenger”, Pati Llimona, Barcelona.
“FAB10 BCN”, Ateneus de Fabricació Les Cortes, Barcelona.
“Let Our People Grow”, “La María Gracia Club”, Barcelona.
“Sostegno Umano”, Fundación Vila Casas Espai Volart, Barcelona.
“Check Back“, Fundación Vila Casas Espai Volart, Barcelona.
“Fragments”, streets of Arles (FR).
“Let Our People Grow”, Mitte Gallery, Barcelona.
“Let Our People Grow”, Las Arenas, Barcelona.
“Let Our People Grow” on the magazine Dodho (most popular photographers of August).
“Let Our People Grow” series on the number 217 of Cañamo magazine.