Snapshot Photography


Nowness: In-Between Past and Future

The perfect metaphor to introduce you to Nowness is what you see on the cover: my personal box of stickers. I take them everywhere I go and keep them aside, but I never know where to stick them.

Shared Stories

With Life in frames, the fourth open call of Untolds dedicated to contemporary production of photography that captures the moment, not only in capturing reality, but in the use of snapshot techniques and a diary-style narrative, has come to a close.


Blurred photography can be likened to a kind of visual poetry, where the details are left beyond the focus, while the image takes on an ethereal and suspended quality.

Last Year. One Day at a Time

"Last Year. One day at a time" is a visual storytelling project that started in 2019 and continued until 2020, as a sort of personal diary. It is a material project in which I also included different writings, words, and poems because I wanted to create something that ...


As technology evolves, we seem to be drifting away from the physical world and immersing ourselves in small screens that serve as a window to a virtual world where we can do and be whatever we want.

Open Call #4: Life in Frames

Our Open Call this month is an opportunity for our community members to share their own stories through photography, creating a project that conveys a personal and intimate narrative reminiscent of a diary.

Nan Goldin: La fotografia come diario

‍“I knew from a very early age, that what I saw on tv had nothing to do with real life. So I wanted to make a record of real life. That included having a camera with me at all times.”‍- Nan Goldin

La spontaneità come un linguaggio fotografico

Che la Snapshot Photography, o la fotografia istantanea, sia una forma di estetica come tutte le altre, lo dimostra l’elevato livello di performatività raggiunto dalle telecamere integrate ai nostri cellulari.