Born in 1987, Angelo Vignali lives and works in Milan, Italy.
Vignali received an MA in Architecture at the Polytechnic School of Genoa in 2016, and an MA in Photography at Iuav University in Venice in 2018. In 2019, his project Flattened in Time and Space was shortlisted at MACK First Book Award and Fiebre Dummy Award. He presented a site-specific installation at the MAR – Museum of Art of Ravenna's city within the collective exhibition: Looking On, Looks and Perspectives on New Italian Photography. The same year participates as a finalist in the eighth edition of the Francesco Fabbri Prize for Contemporary Arts. In 2020, Flattened in Time and Space was published by Witty Books. In 2021, his new book project, How to raise a hand, was shortlisted at Images Vevey Book Award and Self Publish Riga 2021. The project has won the Images Gibellina Open Call and has gained the special mention of the Andy Rocchelli Grant.
His solo exhibition will be on display at MUCHO MAS! in Turin from 31 March 2022.
2018 Master in Photography, IUAV University of Venice IT
2016 Magistral degree in Architecture, Polytechnic University of Genova IT
2022 How to Raise a Hand, Mucho Mas, Torino IT (solo)
2021 Bioscopic Books, curated by Tine Guns, Kunsthal, Gent BE
2021 Images Gibellina, Gibellina IT
2020 Good Waves, curated by Erik Kessels and Giulia Zorzi, Micamera, Milano IT
2019 8th Edition Francesco Fabbri for Contemporary Arts, Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Pieve di Soligo IT
2021 Andy Rocchelli Grant, Special Mention, Pianello Val Tidone IT
2021 Festifal Diecixdieci, Best Portfolio, Gonzaga IT
2021 Self Publish Riga, finalist, Riga LV
2021 Images Vevey Book Award, finalist, Vevey CH
2019 8th Edition Francesco Fabbri for Contemporary Arts, finalist, Pieve di Soligo IT
2019 7th edition Fiebre Dummy Award, finalist, Madrid ES
2019 MACK First Book Award, finalist, London UK