SARA CAMPORESI

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A young photographer who has always had a passion for art, for some time she has combined this interest with the spontaneity of the photographic storytelling, conceived not only as a classic account of experiences, but as a real story that with more personal and creative shots conveys the secret charm of urban places and museums, revealed through images and words like a "Phototeller - photographer narrator". 
For some years she has also been dealing with art and photographic exhibitions for other creatives and groups.

EVERLASTING LOVE - STREET PHOTOGRAPHY BOLOGNA, ITALY
ALWAYS BE YOURSELF AS A CHILD DOES - STREET PHOTOGRAPHY MILANO, ITALY

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Taiwan
New Taipei City
This series juxtaposes the torn and dirty USian flag with the naked bodies of all genders, races, sexuality, nationality, and cultural backgrounds to capture their vulnerability, emotions, and strength, critiquing the United States as the dreamland and shelter for all humans. The U.S. was alleg...
United Kingdom
London
'Women of the Market' is a photo-essay that documents the daily lives of the women that run the Vietnamese marketplace. I wanted to highlight the grit, strength and beauty of the women that provide for their families, while simultaneously working full time at the m...
United Kingdom
London
I am a self-portrait photographer, who specializes in conceptual art. Although greatly influenced by historical drama, my work is deeply personal and symbolic in nature. I suffer from a hyper-sensitive skin condition. As a teenager, I would often attempt to cover it up; I resented being asked if I h...
China - Hong Kong / Macau
Hong Kong
The idea of Unpeeling started with one of the artist’s grandma’s after dinner habits - peeling oranges and share them with her family. The act of peeling oranges symbolizes sharing, connecting and healing. Peeling the orange reveal the vulnerable center, and metaphorically this action exposes the ar...
Norway
Trondheim
A Woman Who is a series of close ups of my body. Where stretch marks, stomach rolls, marks after underwear and body hair, which are seen as the ugly part of the body, become something beautiful. These series of self portraits focus on what is like to be a woman today, being my own muse and be com...

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