Stefano Graziani



Stefano Graziani, artist photographer, studied
architecture at the IUAV University in Venice,
currently teaching at the University in Trieste, at the
Naba Master in Milano and at the photography
master in Modena. He is constantly working with
publishing houses and magazines, his work has been
internationally exhibited.
Among his publications: It seemed as Though the
Mist Itself Had Screamed, con with texts by Nanni
Cagnone, Kersten Geers, Francesco Zanot, Galleria
Mazzoli, Modena 2014, Conversazioni notturne, texts
by Alessandro Dandini de Sylva, Quodlibet 2014,
Some of these Places have been serve in greater
Depth, 2013, text by Francesco Zanot, Under the
Volcano and Other Stories, Galleria Mazzoli, Modena
2009, texts by Anselm Franke, Rene Gabri, Arturo
Carlo Quintavalle, Gianluigi Ricuperati. L’isola, Galleria
Mazzoli, Modena 2009, with a note of the author and
some quotations from Scritti, di Roberto Bazlen,
Adelphi, Milano 1984, Taxonomies, a+mbookstore,
Milano 2007, with a note of the author and texts by
Stefano Boeri, Antonello Frongia, Rene Gabri.
Editor of Jeff Wall, Gestus, Quodlibet/Abitare, 2013,
he is founder, with other colleagues of the
Architectural Magazine San Rocco. Among his last
exhibitions: A Small Museum fo the American
Metaphor, curator Kersten Geers, Red Cat Gallery,
Los Angeles. 2014, A minor History within the
Memories of a National Heritage. Monditalia,
Corderie dell’Arsenale, Biennale di Architettura di
Venezia, Foundamentals, June 2014.