Born in 1975, Luigi Vegini is an Italian Postwar and Contemporary artist who currently lives in Valebrembo, a province in Bergamo, Italy. At the end of 1999, Luigi began emerging himself in analog photography, from there he grew his many talents as a self-taught artist.
In the following years he attended several workshops with masters of photography and befriended the legend Bernard Plossu. Later, in 2004 he participated in the Magicodadapolaroidistant Workshop at the Toscana Foto Festival. It was there that he met photographer Maurizio Galimberti, whom is acknowledged for changing Luigi’s way of “observing the world”.
Though relatively new to the medium, he has spent a lifetime collecting works of 20th Century masters while honing his eye to composition, timing and silver printing methods. His work is part of private and public collections, he has been featured in Schweizerische Stiftung für die Photographie, Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP) and Musée Nicéphore Niépce.
His newest monograph on his daughter, Bianca titled the same will be published later in 2023.
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