Giovanna Magri works in Italy and France, she has an outstanding position in the nationally and internationaly world of the photography, she is an established advertising photographer,she is highly skilled at still- life, portrait, food and architecture.
She gave lectures at IED,( EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF DESIGN in Turin,at the IFF, Italian Institute of Photography in Milan , at the Swiss Consulate, in Milan,she worked together with MART MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART in Rovereto.
She is now a lecturer at the LABA Academy of Fine Arts in Brescia and she is also working out many important plans for the MONTORIO JAIL ,in Verona.
She is always studying and she carries out new photografic Workshops, using her peculiar way in approaching the picture’s world.
She works together with the Art Magazine “la Tenda Rossa” Campanotto editor distribuited by Feltrinelli.
As authoress and female researcher she studies the history of Photography and the language of its great and important masters; she has been deeply analysing for a long time the portrait and self- portrait in their different artistic , philosophical and psychological meaninings... History and stories into the city of the human soul.
A journey into the infinte mystery of the HUMAN BEING.
She realized many designs between them: Metamorphosis,Ground, Action Food, Hot, Change, New York People, Red, No Colour, Bright and Spiritual, Mèmoire d’ O Strength –Frailty,Work and Prayer, the Presence of the Soul, Steel Renaissance , Dark Lady, Fall and Rebirth, Walking my Restless.
Her works have been exhibited in the United States, Argentina , Europe, as well as and in private Galleries, public Institutions, Fairs, Festivals including the latest exhibition at the International Biennal of Contemporary Art in Chicago.
She has been successfully recognized by the critical essay and she got publications on important international newspapers.
Her works , her photographies, are part of private collections and public national and international institutions among them: Claude Avril’s Collection, he is honorary member of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, you may see them also at Philippe De Tristan’s Collection in Bordeaux, in Tadini Museum in Bergamo, Valentin Museum in Monaco and in the Fundaction Museum of Parque, Salta, Argentina.