Valeria Laureano

Born in Naples in 1989.

She graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages ​​and Literatures with a specialization in Visual Arts, Music and Performing Arts at the University of Salerno. (2011)

Transferred to Rome she attended a three-year Master's at the Roman School of Photography. (2011 - 2014)

The interest in the realization of personal projects and authorial research has become stronger and stronger during my training period.

His recent works revolve around the memory and rediscovery of a lost memory.

Returning to Naples in 2017, she started working with the Magazzini Fotografiche exhibition space as coordinator and photographer. In the same year he exhibited the Apice project at CIEE, San Paolo, Brasil.

Since 2018, together with other artists, she has followed the visual research of Body Island Project as a photographer for the creation and writing of itinerant performances and exhibitions on the theme of the relationship between man and the island.

The concept of body in art has also become the central pivot of his personal project inspired by the exhibition by Robert Mapplethorpe, "Choreography for an exhibition", hosted by the Madre Museum and inaugurated in December 2018. The work, still being developed , is part of the photographic laboratory created by the Museo Madre in collaboration with Magazzini Fotografia.

In 2019, together with Roberta Fuorvia, he created the Photo Words Lab laboratory, a writing and photography laboratory.