Beppe Bolchi

Passionate about photography since he was 12, in the beginning Beppe gained experience as an amateur photographer and then started working as a professional. He worked with Polaroid for 20 years checking the quality of Instant films, of which he is an established expert and supporter. Lately, he devoted his experience to the creation of the new Impossible Instant Film. In his studies he analized the language of pinhole camera photography, and he became a point of reference for photographers and amateurs interested in pinhole photography.

His works was displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, in Milan, in Paris and Arles in France, in Glasgow in Scotland, in Villajoiosa in Spain, but also in Genua, Castellanza, Busto Arsizio, Savignano sul Rubicone, S. Felice sul Panaro, Nocera Inferiore, Senigallia, Tolmezzo and at some of the most important photography events in Italy. He regularly works with important photography schools and universities, he held workshops in Italy, Paris, Arles, Glasgow, Vienna, Belgrado and even at the Rangsit University in Bangkok. He is a professor at FIAF.

Course: Corso Professionale Biennale di Fotografia