2014 - Artiste invité(e) - projets spéciaux
Keeping the memory of family life’s special moments is one of the traditional functions of photography and a way for each one to tell their story. With the development of digital photography, more and more individuals show the desire to modify their family pictures to make reality more beautiful. To remove an unwanted object or person, to improve the looks of somebody, to add people who were not present when the picture was taken… Marina Dinato became the unwitting accomplice of the customers whose demands she carefully wrote down in the work envelope of the photography studio with which she collaborates and that she presents in her series “Magia Fotografia”.
About the artist
Born in 1978 in the province of Padua, Martina Dinato works as a freelance fashion photographer. She graduated in graphic and studied at the Italian Institute of Photography in Milan. In 2006 she had his first collective exhibition: Tende a Infinito by St. Colletto and M. Ferraris, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa Venice and exhibits the collective Remake, Galleria En Plein Air, Pinerolo, Turin. In 2007, the Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa assigns a bursary and presents her first solo: Faces in the suburbs. In 2009, exposes her personal in the Project Area of Galleria Civica di Modena: Uncertain reality edited by S. Goldoni, S. Ferrari, O. Corradini and A. Vettese and in 2010 she invited in collective exhibition European Photography 2010 The Enchantmen, curated by Elio Grazioli and Gigliola Foschi, Reggio Emilia.
In 2011 her project Magic Photography is curated and published by Michele Smargiassi in Fotocrazia of “Repubblica”.
In 2013 she riceved prize “portfolio Europa” – International Portfolio Review- (from the European Photography Festival of Reggio Emilia.)