Attilio Fiumarella is a photographic artist interested in exploring social landscapes.
After studying at Porto school of Architecture, he worked as an architect before completely dedicating himself to photography.
His practice draws from documentary and architectural photography and his work received a number of recognitions. He was awarded the first place at RBSA Photographic Prize and two honourable mentions at IPA, the International Photography Awards. Lately, Attilio was finalist of the Aesthetica Art Prize and the Head On Portrait Prize.
In 2018, he was awarded a grant from the Art Council England to complete his latest project on British Identity.
“British Subject” was displayed at Obscura festival in Malaysia and his dummy book was nominated for the UNSEEN Dummy Award in Amsterdam and for the FUAM Dummy Book Award in Istanbul.
Attilio has been commissioned work by The Guardian, L’OBS, Die Welt, We Demain and the Financial Times.
His work is held in several private and public collections and has been displayed across Europe, USA, Asia and Australia, in group and individual exhibitions. Attilio is based Portugal.