Benedetta Ristori’s photographic work focuses on the tension between form and space. Everyday objects and landscapes, considered common, become symbols of the connection between interiority and materiality for the artist. The external world is represented through suspended atmospheres, with the vision primarily concentrating on subtraction and reduction to the essential. Working in portrait and documentary photography, the themes explored mainly analyze sociological and territorial aspects and are developed through long-term projects.

Among these projects: “East” (2015-2018), from which the eponymous book was published in 2018, “Lay Off” (2015-), “Take Care” (2018-2020), and “You Don’t Need Soil To Grow” (2021-2023). Her work is exhibited in national and international exhibitions, including Scuderie del Quirinale, Triennale Milano, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Galerie Binome, Plato Gallery, Si Fest, and is published in magazines such as Repubblica, VICE, Bloomberg Businessweek, Die Zeit, Forbes, Document Journal, and Vogue Italia. She has worked commercially for clients like Uniqlo, Airbnb, Fendi, Nike, Action Aid International. 

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