is a freelance photographer from Turin, Italy.
She was born in Turin in 1986 and graduated from the Politecnico di Torino with a degree in Architecture, but photography has always been her first love. She travels around the world to get inspiration for her artistic and photojournalism projects, using different printing techniques with both lm and digital media.
From her hometown in Italy to Asia and North America, she focuses on the transformation of urban and social spaces. Elisabetta Riccio has crafted narratives through loose and mysterious suburban scenes, desolate spaces and stylized portraits.
Her travels have taken her from Italy to New York, New Jersey, Mexico, Cuba, Spain, Taipei, Shanghai, Malaysia and the Navajo lands in Arizona. Her work has been exhibited in Monaco, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Turin, New York and Miami.
A-TYPICAL URBAN VISION
This fanzine recounts an intercontinental photographic journey that spanned 10 years and seven countries. From Mexico to France, from New Jersey to Tel Aviv, from the lands of the Navajo to Italy, it tells the story of old buildings, hidden places, changing landscapes as distant as they are similar to each other, where the transformation of the contemporary landscape is the protagonist.