Attilio Fiumarella is an Italian photographer based in Birmingham, UK and Porto, Portugal. He studied at Porto School of Architecture and his passion for photography has grown up since early. In 2011, he starts his activity as architectural photographer and, from then on, he has published his work in several magazines and books devoted to Architecture. Increasingly, he combines the photography of Architecture with the investigation about current issues. Therefore, documental photography and photojournalism arise, from his point of view, as privileged means to explore and share his vision on the circumnstances that question our current time.
In 2013, he was granted a masterclass with the portuguese collective Kameraphoto, and, as an emerging photographer, he was invited by the Douro Museum to develop a project within the context of “Entre Margens” festival. Early in 2014 he was awarded an honourable mention at “Novos Talentos FNAC” for his project Works of Mercy. At the same time, in Birmingham, he was awarded with a bursary funded by “Some Cities” and takes part in a group exhibition in the New Library of Birmingham promoted by GRAIN.
Attilio’s work was also displayed in Italy and Portugal, in both several group and individual exhibitions.
Garachico is a town on the northern coast of Tenerife, Spain. The town itself nestles below a 500m cliff. Garachico and the surrounding area is arguably the least spoilt coastal
A Qur’an manuscript held by the University of Birmingham has been placed among the oldest in the world thanks to modern scientific methods
Photographer Atillio Fiumarella recently published in online “365 Travel”
Photographer Attilio Fiumarella was choosed to be a recipient of the first Some Cities bursary scheme. He has been working to document the under-threat Grade-II Moseley Road Baths building
Forty years after abolition of fascism in Portugal, the country is experiencing one of the heaviest moments of its history in Democracy.