New York, NY, USA
Fabiana Sala was born in Varese, Italy in 1988. She moved to Lugano to attend The Swiss University of Art and Design (SUPSI). After graduation with a BA in Visual Communication, she collaborated with Theredbox Communication Design in Lugano (CH) where she assisted the Art director Alberto Bianda working on:
the catalogue of Carrà's Landscapes 1921-1964 (the first retrospective put on by a Swiss museum) and Visti&Scritti, the last book of the Magnum photographer Ferdinando Scianna.
In collaboration with The World press photographer Alessio Romenzi, she did the graphic of the event “Syria, a forgotten war”, a Lecture by Alessio Romenzi.
In 2013 she moved to Boston where she studied photography with Rania Matar at Massart (Massachusetts College of Art and Design).
She also collaborated as a graphic designer with Karen Marshall for her exhibition ‘Between Girls: A Passage To Womanhood’.
Fabiana Sala recently graduated from the Photojournalism and Documentary program at the International Centre of Photography and is currently based in New York.