Mixing fine-art and fashion photography, Alberto Alicata, creates a fine balance of contemporary creativity. Him work centres on a fusion of traditional imagery and pop motifs, interweaving in a surreal composition.
Alberto (b. 1983, Palermo) is an Italian fashion and fine art photographer based in Italy. Graduated at Centro Romano di Fotografia e Cinema di Roma (Roman Center of Photography and Cinema) now lives between Milan and Sicily.
His works has been published worldwide on Wired, Elle Italia, Vanity Fair, theGuardian, Telegraph, L'Oeil De La Photographie, SkyArte, Internazionale, CBS, Donna Moderna, Corriere della Sera, American Photo, il Fotografo, Kiplinger and Switch Magazine, among others.
His artworks has been exposed in galleries in Italy, England, China, Germany, Slovakia, USA.
In 2015, the MAXXI – National Museum of XXI Century - chose him along with other 10 young Italians photographer in Italy for a Masterclass with internationally renowded photographer Mustafa Sabbagh.
Has won many international competitions, including, in 2016, the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards for Iconic B project.
2020 - Paratissima - Bologna, Italy
2019 - Pa.nova Gallery - Milan, Italy
2019 - Affordable Art Fair - Milan, Italy
2018 - Eglisè Art, Palermo, Italy
2018 - Major - Floating Apartment, Livat, Beijing, China
2018 - Art Beijing 2018, Beijing, China
2018 - Charity Auction, Bottega Immagine and Teatro Parenti, Milan, Italy
2018 - LoosenArt, Millepiani Gallery, Rome, Italy
2017 - Buganvì Arte, Menfi, Sicily
2017 - Asia Design Management & Art Design Media Festival, Hangzhou, China
2017, The 13th China International Gallery Exposition, Beijing, China
2017, Photoville, Brooklyn, NYC
2016 - Sony World Photography Awards, Central European House of Photography, Bratislava, Slovakia
2016 - PhotoKina, SWPA, Cologne, Germany
2016 - Sony World Photography Awards, Spazio Tadini, Milan, Italy
2016 - Sony World Photography Awards, Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin, Germany
2016 - Sony World Photography Awards, U-Space, Beijing, China