The Photography of Lucia Giacani
From a small medieval town in Italy, Lucia Giacani has heritage in her veins, but it is her femininity which drives and inspires her photography. Having worked for the prestigious likes of Vogue Italia, Moschino and Harrods, to name but a few, this Milan-based photographer has a distinct style which oozes depth and finesse.
It could be argued that like that of any true artist, the essence of Lucia’s communication is semiautobiographical; and she gravitates towards surrealism and the unconscious to produce what we deem dream works of art. Dreaming is a natural part of her creative process, in which she questions orthodoxy and boundaries, challenging the viewer emotively through the mind as well as the eye.
With a mantra founded upon ‘tenacity, liberty, trust and respect’, Voir is proud to feature a cross-section of her mood-evoking photographs which go a long way to communicating the interesting essence of being a woman.
First published in Voir Fashion magazine Issue 8 Spring-Summer 2014