Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980) is a photographer and sculptor who lives and works between London and Milan. Formerly a cinema set painter, Vitturi has brought this experience into his photographic practice, which revolves around playful site-specific interventions at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance. In 2013, Vitturi released his first photo book: Dalston Anatomy (JibiJana and SPBH Editions). The book went on to be shortlisted for both Aperture and Mack’s First Book Awards, and was named among the best books of the year by Martin Parr, Erik Kessels, Alec Soth, The New York Times, The Guardian and more. Vitturi had a solo show at FOAM, Amsterdam, and two live performances at Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam, and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Vitturi also participated in group exhibitions at Maxxi in Rome, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, La Triennale in Milan and the Shanghai Art Museum. In April 2014, with Dalston Anatomy, Vitturi wins the Grand Prize of Photography of the 28th Festival of Hyères, France. He is preparing for a summer solo show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London. Dalston Anatomy second edition is due in May.