Exposure in public, the parade by Lucia Buricelli
Born in Venice, artist Lucia Buricelli began photography in high school. After studying graphic design and art direction at the New Academy of Fine Arts, International Center of Photography in Milan, she moved to New York to attend the photojournalism and documentary photography program at the International center of photography. At that time, she photographed only in black and white. Lucia Burricelli discovered the use of colour and flash inspired by photographers such as Vivian Maier, Martin Parr, David Williams, Amy Lombard and many others. Her photographic eye always seems to catch the story that will surprise the viewer.
Lucia Burricelli is interviewed in the portfolio pages of Cercle Magazine n°10 Parade, available here!