Patrizia Posillipo

Born in Naples, 1975. Lives and works in Caserta, Italy.


Patrizia Posillipo studied photography at the IED Rome, later obtaining a Master in Culture of Photography at the CRAF of Spilimbergo, and then graduating as a designer at the Faculty of Architecture at the Seconda Università degli Studi of Naples. During the training course, she studied with and met relevant figures such as Gianfranco Arciero, Italo Zannier, Charles Henri Favord, Anne Cartier Bresson, Walter Rosenblum, and Erich Hartmann. Over the years, she collaborated with Italian and foreign photographers of international relevance giving her contribution to specialized magazines such as the Cinema Sessanta magazine directed by Prof. Mino Argentieri. She works for C.E.I. and the Ministry of Ecclesiastical Cultural Heritage as responsible for the photographic shooting and archiving of images and she did multimedia videos for PEUGEOT Italy. At the same time, she has always followed her artistic research path.



Corso di Porta Ticinese, 87 Milan