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Sirio Magnabosco is an Italian visual artist based in Berlin, Germany.


2016     Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin - Germany, "Intimations of Immortality"
2015     Galerie Commeter - Persiehl & Heine, Hamburg - Germany, “Scotland”.
2014     Macedonia Airport, Thessaloniki - Greece, “The Wait”.
2012     Les Rencontres D'Arles, Arles - Atelier, Reflexions Masterclass.
2011     La Chambre, Strasbourg - France. “A Series of Unexpected Meditations”.
2011     Atelier Hors-Champs, Mulhouse - France. “A Series of Unexpected Meditations”.
2011     Sacra Famiglia, Cesano Boscone - Italy.
2011     Fondazione Cominelli, S.F. del Benaco - Italy. “Clear Light”.
2011     Galleria Sotto l'Arco, Altidona - Italy. “Clear Light”.
2009     SCAN, Tarragona - Spain. “In Between”.
2009     New York Photo Festival, Tobacco Warehouse NYC - USA, “The Wait”.
2009     Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Tokyo - Japan. “Vedere con Lentezza”.
2009     Arts Santa Monica, Barcelona - Spain. “In Between”
2008     Greece Photo Biennale, Thessaloniki - Greece. “The Wait”.
2008     Centro Internazionale di Fotografia, Verona - Italy. “Young Days”.
2007     Centro Ricerca Artistica Mezzacorona, Trento - Italy. “Myst”.
2005     Photo&Foto, Cesano Maderno - Italy. “Crossing London”.
2005     Click Art’s Fotografia, Castellanza - Italy. “The Sublime”.


The New York Times
Vanity Fair
The Washington Post
The Smithsonian Magazine
National Geographic
The Guardian Magazine
IO Donna
Ventiquattro, Il Sole 24 Ore


The Smithsonian: "Shooting Stars: David Burnett presents Sirio Magnabosco. According to the acclaimed photojournalist, Magnabosco’s work reminds you why you liked photography in the first place."

My Generation: A collection of essays on 10 of the most promising Italian photographers written by Irene Allison.

The Mercy Project/ Inochi: This is a charity photo book project featuring the work of 118 photographers from 28 countries from Magnum, VII Photo, Noor, National Geographic to emerging talent coming together to create awareness and raise funds for hospice and palliative care.

Clear Light: An initiative by Giovanna Calvenzi, Melina Mulas and Laura Serani to commemorate the 50th year of forced exile of the Dalai Lama with a donation to His Holiness of 55 prints by 55 Italian authors.