Tiziano Ghidorsi enters the photography world during the second half of the 70ies, dedicating himself for a long time to focus on the research of the human types met in his travels in Asia, Africa and Europe.
Afterwards, he comes to theatrical scene photography and in 2009 he takes on the role of official photographer of the Asioli Theatre of Correggio and the Correggio Jazz show.
He takes part to the Fotografia Europea’s Circuito Off: in 2010 exhibiting a shooting investigating the theatrical work of actors with disabilities; in 2012 with a selection taken by his personal research; in 2013 he presented a synthesis researching relations between the body and the theatrical action, obtaining a report by Elio Grazioli.
In 2012 he sees his first personal exhibition set up in the Asioli Theatre’s foyer, curated by Stefano Daolio and reviewed by Roberto Daolio.
In 2014 he becomes the photographer of the Etoile Centro Teatrale Europeo in Reggio Emilia, where he establish a show photography research lab with the artistic director Daniele Franci, and in 2015 he takes part to the Etoile’s photographers’ collective.
Meantime, he gives talks in high schools and in Reggio Emilia Leisure University and he is invited at the Circolo Fotografico DLF Chiavari.
Since 2015 thirty his works are stored in the archive Billy Rose Theatre Division of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (NYPL) at the Lincoln Center of New York. In that year he is invited by the Université Lumière Lyon 2 at the international conference “Théâtre et Photographie” at the Musée Réattu of Arles, where he presents his work with the photographers Vasco Ascolini and Anna Campanini.
Other works are at the Museu Nacional do Teatro e da Dança (MNTD) of Lisbon, at the Museo d’Arte Moderna of Bologna (MAMbo) and at the Museo il Correggio a Correggio.
In 2016 he gets the second place at the Moscow International Foto Awards (MIFA) and he obtains an honorable mention in the contest “Scene da una Fotografia” of Rome.
In 2017 he starts a collaboration of dance photography research with the foundation Anna Pavlova Network. He is invited to give a talk on theatrical photography in Parma for the review “Gente di Fotografia”, where he presents a preview of his last project called “Anatomie di Danza”.
In 2018 he is one of the 14 more representative selected artists of Italian theatrical photography from 1946 to 2018, with the photographers Vasco Ascolini, Ugo Mulas, Lelli e Masotti, Massimo Agus, in the “Luz Negra” exhibition, organized by MNTD in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) of Lisbon.
He receives a special mention at the Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA).
In 2019 some of his pictures receive the honorable mention in the “One Shoot Street” contest of International Photo Awards (IPA).
Now he has about 450 shows of dance, drama and jazz to his credit.
The constant research on the scene photography took him to know masters and scholars of photography, like Massimo Agus photographer, Cosimo Chiarelli researcher at the Université Paris 8, Monica Bulaj photographer and Paulo Ribeiro Baptisa director of MNTD of Lisbon.
His friend photographer Vasco Ascolini constantly follows his path in researching photography.