Erieta Attali, Fine Art Photographer, Εducator and Αuthor

Τίτλος διάλεξης: Between Nature and Architecture

Τρίτη 19/12 @ 19:00, Σ5

Short bio

Erieta Attali is an architecture and fine art landscape photographer with photographic work expanding from Eurasia to Australia and the Americas.

Attali has devoted herself to the interplay between architecture & landscape for the past thirty years. Through her pioneering work, she has forged a new path in architectural photography where content and context are inverted.
Her photography explores how extreme conditions and challenging terrains cause humanity to reorient and recenter itself through architectural responses. Her unconventional photography is based on a working method drawn from her experience in archaeology and fine art photography.

Attali taught photography at GSAPP, Columbia University between 2003-2018 and at the National University (NUS) in Singapore between 2021-2023. She is an artist in residence, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Fondation Hellénique, CIUP, Paris, working for a photographic project titled "Linear Transformations | Following the Seine." Her current fine art book project is focused on the Ancient Island of Delos.

Attali is the author of several photography books and the recipient of prestigious awards and scholarships. She has won the German Photo Book Award 19|20 with her photographic monograph "Periphery | Archaeology of Light" published by Hatje Cantz, Berlin and her photographs have been exhibited in important museums around the world. She has been photographing the works of Kengo Kuma since 2002.