Lucrezia Testa Iannilli
She starts a creative teamwork with several photographers for image campaigns, art/music/dance events and contemporary art. From 2011 she keeps up the communication and image strategy work moving to Palermo and Favignana island.
The following chapter sees Lucrezia moving back to France – Toulouse in 2013 and Tuscania in 2016, where she develops a re-ned stylistic photographic approach and a more mature artistic language. She is now specialised in site-specific performance, art direction and action photography, currently work around Europe for her artistic vision and personal projects. The chance to present her personal exhibition “Fuori Formato” (FPAC Gallery Project Wall) – a working-pro collection of 22 photographs taken on set working with the italian actress Sabina Guzzanti for a year – has brought her back to Palermo in January 2016.
In April 2015 and 2016, together with the Francesco Pantaleone Art Gallery, she has taken part in the in- ternational contemporary art fair MIART in Milan, presenting “Animalia” a diptych piece of her portfolio and the reportage se- ries Wild Horses. To date, she works with institutions and organizations in support of contemporary art, creating installations, talks, open studios, residences, exhibitions and performances, carrying out conceptual photography, creative research and vision. Between 2017 and 2021 she works with installations and performances on large-scale projects.
In Bolzano he becomes permanent resident artist for the Pure Art Circle project while in Rome he collaborates with the Rome Art week Festival, the MACRO Museum and the LUISS University. This year she wins two national calls that lead her to exhibit in Turin for the Flashback Opera Viva project and Bari for the Futuro Arcaico Festival, while the renowned contemporary photography agency Perimetro based in Milan, also during this year, has recently published one of his photographic reports. The journalist and photo editor Irene Alison recently published a text / interview related to her work with new humans and meta-mithology and the long-term project “Animalia”.