Chiara Galliano is a visual artist and photographer Fine Art who has been working in the field of image for over 15 years. The fields in which he has specialized are different, he loves to experiment, learn new techniques and do research.
He uses the camera as a tool to express himself and explore, to tell aspects of our contemporaneity, social issues or related to particular pathologies. He loves writing and listening to stories.
Alexandrina of origin, moved to Milan in 2001 where he graduated in Public Relations and Advertising and began his career in high fashion in Milan, his passion for photography was born in the university, from the need to express their vision of the world using the camera as a tool.
His first self-taught exhibition in Milan in 2008 collects a series of images of architecture and street photography captured in the daily life of the places he visits in those years in Italy and Europe.
Other photographic projects were also born in that period, such as "Per mano, nel vuoto" realized in 2010 that tackles the theme of Alzheimer’s with the intent to sensitize the user, work that will be exposed a few months later in Italy and abroad and that today is part of a larger project, which has given its name, aimed at the concrete help of people suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia senile (for more information www.permanonelvuoto.it).
The path as a self-taught photographer ends when in 2010 she was admitted to the CFP Bauer in Milan where she graduated in Analog and Digital Photography.
In 2014 she was selected as winner for the Young Talents section of Affordable Art Fair for one of her works, the triptych entitled "Acme", a work that in the same year, is also selected as a finalist for the Art Prize - Cairo Editore.
From 2021 it is part of the project ArteDesign by DecorLab that aims to give life to a union between art and design, transforming the works of visual art into design objects to furnish the interior.
He also loves to work in collaboration with other artists who work in different fields, currently his artistic research is focused on beauty and on the use of photography to support paths aimed at the rehabilitation of cognitive functions and art therapy, using the creativity present in each person to promote self-expression, the emotional reconstruction and the transformative process of the soul.