Camilla Borghese is an architectural photographer based in Rome, Italy, where she was born in 1977. In 2005 she got a Master’s Degree in Conservation of Artistic Heritage from Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, Italy. In the early 2000’s, she began to develop an interest in photography, which turned into a professional activity while working at Andrea Jemolo’s studio. In 2007 she began working free-lance.
– 2012 group show “Fuori orario”, curated by Gaia Toschi, in Foligno, Italy.
– 2014 solo show “Intervalli geometrici”, curated by Serena De Dominicis, Artesanterasmo Gallery, in Milan, Italy.
– 2014 solo show “Symmetria” curated by Guillaume Maitre and Paulo Perez Mouriz, Spazio Nuovo Gallery, Rome, Italy.
Among her main commissioned projetcs:
– Projects done by Studio Valle, for the exhibition “Studio Valle 1957-2007. Fifty years of architecture” in Rome;
– New building of the italian Ministry of Health designed by Studio Transit, for the exhibition held in the Ministery, and the subsequent volume “Un ministero contemporaneo” by Giulio Salvioni;
– Village “La Martella” (Matera), by Ludovico Quaroni, in conjunction with the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium);
– École française de Rome, Atelier Seraji Architects & Associes, Seste Engineriing;
– ”Pelanda dei Suini”, pavillion of ex slaughterhouse of Testaccio in Rome, restauration by Massimo Carmassi and the subsequent volume “Recupero conservazione riuso. Un centro culturale nel mattatoio di Roma” a cura di Marco Mulazzani, Electa, 2010.