Edoardo Cozzani is an Italian photographer born in Rome.
In July 2016 Edoardo graduates from LUISS Guido Carli gaining a Law degree and moves to New York to study conceptual photography at the International Center of Photography.
Soon he will discover that the interest showed in humanities and social sciences, further explored in law school, would find a better means of expression in fine art photography. During the first semester Edoardo produces Anamorphosis, a series that deals with loss of identity of the modern man.
In December 2016 “Anamorphosis” is exhibited in Rome in a solo show curated by Cultrise, a roman art organization.
After a trip to Hong Kong in February 2017, Edoardo starts looking at destabilizing the apparent order of the metropolis and begins work on the series Babel, which in June becomes part of a group exhibition called Hidden Narratives in New York at the Rita K. Hillman gallery. One of the images from the series is selected as signature image of the show.
Consequently, Babel is selected as one of the winning projects of the photography competition Life Framer, addressing the theme of civilization, along with being published with an interview for Musée Magazine.
Before the end of 2017 Babel is exhibited in two solo shows in Italy:
October the 28th, in a 14th century palace in San vito in Puglia.
December the 14th, in LAB174 gallery in Rome.