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Visual editor of Vogue Italia and curator of the PhotoVogue Festival
Chiara Bardelli Nonino obtained a master’s degree in philosophy with a thesis on post-mortem photography. She is senior visual editor of Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue, editor-in-chief of the Photography section of Vogue.it and curator of the Photo Vogue Festival, where fashion is explored from a socio-political point of view in exhibitions such as Reframing the story, Everything Man Is – Fashion and Masculinity Now, Italian panorama, fashion and politics in Vogue Italia, The Female Gaze. With a focus on contemporary photography, she also works on independent editorial and curatorial projects and juries. Recent projects include the exhibition The edge effect in Marselleria, the project My queer blackness My queer blackness and the co-curation of Aperture Summer Open: Crazy Cities. She was part of the Jury of the 2020 edition of the Hyères Festival and curated the largest monographic exhibition on the work of Paolo Roversi entitled “Paolo Roversi – Studio Luce” and the eponymous art book designed by M /M Paris. She has collaborated, among others, with Foam Magazine, Aperture, The British Journal of Photography, PHmuseum, The Photocaptionist, Flash Art Italia, Glance at, Canon Student Development Program, Metronom Gallery, Red Hook Labs, Marsell Paradise, Creative Review.