Monia Lippi is an Italian art-documentary photographer based in New York.
She arrived to photography through different experiences in Italy, Paris and in the US.
Interested in the American landscapes, cityscapes and particular communities and how different life-styles reflect themselves in architecture, she started to developed her personal projects.
Nocturnal Brooklyn, The Last Vintage American Cars and her aerial desert series At 36000 Feet have been shown in many different exhibitions in the US and Europe.
Some of her community projects, with particular environments, history, identity and issues are Floating Winona on the Upper Mississippi River and Chou Doc Stilts, Floating Cat Ba in Vietnam.
Her White Skin series, have shown at The Fence ’16 in 5 different American cities, at the Berlin Foto Biennale 2016, featured also by Roads & Kingdoms | CNN and others networks.
Now she is in Egypt working on the relocated Nubian community of Gharb Sohail and other projects in Aswan.