Giulia Venanzi


Giulia Venanzi was born in Italy in 1987.
She earned a BA in Humanities in 2010, discussing a dissertation on Pier Paolo Pasolini's thinking of new medias.
She attended IED (Instituto Europeo di Design) in Rome from September 2010 to June 2013. She spent the fall semester 2012 at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, as an exchange student.
She took part in several workshops: Lindsay Adler, Brain O'Neil Hughes, Claudio Palmisano, Luca Capuano, Simone Cecchetti, Lorenzo Vitturi, Francesco Galli.
She is Massimo Sigarusa's, Peppe Tortora's and Annette Schreyer's assistant.

Déjà View Project grows out from the subjective vision of the places: Rome, New York, Frankfurt are reshaped by the photographer’s feeling and the public’s imagination and they wear original features in their everyday life. Perspectives and proportions between planes get mixed up, the rationale is left in favour of the construction of a personal world. The objective is the achievement of a “sur-reality”, in which dream and reality coexist: a non-lieu, where architectural volumes and tangible spaces assume new and oneiric meanings, in order to betray once and for all the belief of the photograph as a necessary testimony of reality.


Washington Monument, DC, 2013

Astoria, New York, 2013

Piazzale Flaminio, Rome, Italy, 2013

Marienplatz, Munich, Germany, 2012

Frankfurt, Germany, 2012

Frankfurt, Germany, 2012

Times Square, New York, 2013

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Rome, Italy, 2013

Tiburtina Station, Rome, Italy, 2013

Piazzale di Porta Pia, Rome, Italy, 2013

Ostia Antica, Italy, 2013

Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 2013

Mosque, Rome, Italy, 2013

Naples, Italy, 2012