Giulia Berto is an Italian photographic artist whose work explores intimate spaces and personal stories.
Drawing from the personal, she creates atmospheric imagery and meditative scenes evocative of her own feelings. Working predominantly with the medium of analogue photography - in both small and large format, she engages with themes of love and intimacy, home, emotional displacement and identity.
She has lived in London, Berlin and New York, where she studied under Guggenheim Fellows Greg Miller and Andrea Modica. Her work has won various awards and regularly features in publications such as B+W Photography, Phototrend and HuffingtonPost. Her photographs are routinely exhibited worldwide including Circulation(s) Festival (Paris, 2018), The Print Swap (Athens, 2021) and premiered in Ireland in a solo show at The Darkroom (Dublin, 2019).
She graduated from the International Center of Photography in New York and holds an MSc in Evolution of Animal and Human Behaviour as well as a BSc in Biology. She lives by the River Liffey in Dublin.