CRISTINA CORAL

Cristina is an award-winning photographer based in Italy, specialized in creative and fine art photography. She has lived her childhood in an artistic environment. She loves to explore the complex relationship between subject and environment. She has collaborated with a variety of magazines and brands.

Her works were exhibited at Galleria Carla Sozzani in Milan, at Leica Gallery in Milan, at Somerset House London , at Base Milan for the PhotoVogue Festival 2016, at Santa Maria della Scala in Siena, Mattatoio Space in Rome to name a few.

Her works have been published and featured on several magazine as Vogue.it, Metal, Musée Magazine, Huffington Post , L'oeil, Ignant, Einaudi, Plastik, Elle decor, Elle Italia, GUP, Lomography, WSI, and many other. One of her artwork is part of the permanent collection of the MACS Museum of contemporary Art of Sicily.

Amongst her recognitions are: two gold medals ,Honorable mentions at Px3 Paris, Honorable Mentions at IPA. Commended Photographer in the Enhanced category of the Open Competition at the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards. Honorary Mention at Life Framer Photography Prize Edition III " An instant " theme series Award. Winner of The Uncanny Contest by Gregory Crewdson and Vogue Italia. Nominee Award at Photography Grant 2018 in the category Experimental.


PROJECT SPOTLIGHT: The other part of me

This project talks about the hidden part of ourselves and about what we allow or not allow ourselves to be, show and reveal to the world.

This project come from some reflections on the dichotomy between good and evil and about dichotomy between realism and idealism.

The unseen part cannot be shared, demolishing the concept of the portrait that in this era of selfies has been understood as a means to show off.

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When and where did The other part of me begin?

This project started in an old Italian villa in 2014. The ongoing series is composed of images taken in different places: Italy, Berlin, Slovenia. Explores what we allow or do not allow ourselves to be and what we’re willing to show and reveal to the world. In this series , we see figures of women merge into the cluttered textiles around them. I have constructed these scenes, as she states, “to reflect on the dichotomy between good and evil and realism and idealism.”

Where do you see this project going?

The project is still in-progress. It has been exhibited and published and also awarded an International Photography Award.

© Cristina Coral

© Cristina Coral

What helps you sustain your current creative practice?

Everything inspires me!

My works are triggered by different pulses: observation of reality, thoughts and memories.

I have no particular routines or habits.

I observe reality and look for beauty everyday because anything can inspire us and can be interesting.

What’s next for you?

Next is my present which leads me to realize many ideas.


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