Fabian Albertini born in Italy she started in 1992 as Fashion Photographer. Fabian’s oeuvre could be seen as an ongoing research with photography and installations, experimenting new materials in order to explore new visual renderings and expand the concept of time, space, light reflections and textures of the different materials in such a way as to create images reminiscent. Fabian’s landscapes is approach that allows her to represent the world photographically without showing a specific place, focusing instead on a mental experience.
Fabian completed different workshop with photographers as Frank Horvat, Fabrizio Ferri, Mario De Biasi and Duane Michals.
Throughout the years she worked as assistant with masters like Oliviero Toscani, Jean Baptiste Mondino, Francesco Scavullo e Gian Paolo Barbieri.
In 2001, Fabian decided to move to Rio de Janeiro for a creative retreat.
Experiences in different international contexts provided Fabian with the opportunity to rethink her working practice from a formal point of view and to contextualize it in a broader international scene.
Fabian has participated in several solo and collective exhibitions in Europe, Asia and South America. During the 2011 Fabian presented her project Ama+zônia, for the 54th Venice Biennale Arsenale, Padiglione Italia “Lo stato dell'Arte nel 150th dell'Unita' d'Italia” curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, Venice, Italy.
Between her publications the most important are The Documentary, Italy 2000 and Ama+zônia, Brazil 2011 with the poems of Marcia Theophilo.
Fabian Albertini won prizes and awards like the prize “Un Bosco per Kyoto 2010” with the book Ama+zônia, under the patronage of the President of the Italian Republic in Rome.
Fabian Albertini currently based between Milan and Rio de Janeiro.