Anna Morosini was born in Foligno in 1987. She has been photographer since she was little. At first sight her work can look like snippets of daily life. She photographs her girlfriends, her bedroom, the places of her life. Watching her photos you feel like something is elusive, they hide a dark side. They have a dark shade behind their grace, a sense of latent violence behind their extreme delicacy. She captures moments like they were revelations. For Anna taking photos is like catching prey and being capture by the prey itself.
The exchange between reality and it’s own perception can be a fight or a courting. She has an absolute passion for light and lines designed by the bodies and the faces she shoots. Anna tries to escape space and time through her work. They represent a kind of exorcism of time itself. This is one of the main reasons she often chooses nudes. The naked body represents missing coordinates, pure form, pure revelation.