Eleonora Strano is a franco-italian photographer based in France.
For more than 10 years she has been working on themes linked to isolation and/or invisibility. Whether it is geographical, cultural, environmental, social, political or visual. Her images are imprinted by nostalgia, memory and time.
Her work has been presented in June 2011 at le BAL in Paris, in a collective show "Se dérober" in Musée de la Photographie de Mougins and at Photo Vogue Festival in Milan in 2019 and 2020.
In 2019, her work has been exhibited at Espace de l’Art Concret in Mouans-Sartoux, as part of «Des marches, démarches» curated by FRAC PACA and has been part of Jeune Création in Romainville, Circulation(s) in Paris and the 37th edition of Festival international de mode, de photographie et d’accessoires de mode in Hyères.
She has been nominated as one of the 31 women photographers to watch for in 2019 according to the British Journal of Photography, one of the 250 photographers of 2020 by the PHMuseum and has been listed as one of the 150 European emerging photographers of 2021 by GUP Magazine.
Eleonora Strano is a member of Eyes on Talents, Hans Lucas, Women Photograph, Blink and works in the south of France.
In parallel to her work with the medias as a photojournalist, she develops artistic projects among which is a photographic commission launched by Université Nice Côte d’Azur, Villa Arson, and Académie 5 about biocontrol. She is currently working on her next project about shipwrecks, memory and Anthropocene in Saint-Pierre et Miquelon for which she was the recipient of the BnF grant Radioscopie de la France.