Lara Bacchiega


Lara Bacchiega, 1989. She graduated in 2014 in Visual Arts at IUAV University in Venice. In the same year she was selected to be present in the 98th Young Artists Collective at the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa. In 2016 she took part of the project Lacuna/ae, which intends to document the architecture of former industrial sites in Venice lagoon, most of which were redeveloped in residential areas by some of the most famous Italian architects in the second half of the 20th Century. She followed the activities of the SP3 Gallery in Treviso, where she attended landscape workshops with Marco Zanta and Francesco Radino. In 2017 she exhibited "Sleeping town" at the Spazio Tadini in Milan. Currently she is involved in some projects of territorial exploration in the Polesine territory (Arcipelago, curated by Ikonemi) and the village of Asolo (Save Asolo, promoted by Urbanautica Institute under the direction of Steve Bisson). Her photographs focus on the relationship between landscape and human intervention, focusing on places without historical or artistic interest, which may appear trivial but that can fully portray the contemporary world. Her work has appeared in several magazines, such as Domus, Positive magazine, Artwort and New Landscape Photography.  

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