Patrizia Pulga

Born in Bologna in 1950, graduated in Political Sciences, she has been a professional photographer and teacher since 1979. Women In Photography International’s Charter Member, she is concerned with social topics aswomen’s condition, immigration and intercultural and about architecture and town planning in Europe, USA, Asia, Africa e and Latin America. She realized many project such as Women Photographers’ Net, a census about european women photographers and Appunti contro il Razzismo (Notes against Racism) with the italian writer Elena Gianini Belotti; moreover she participated to the collective project Lithuania 24 hours. Exhibits at München Modern Art Museum, Zagreb Modern Art Museum, Vilnius Modern Art Museum, Italian Academy in London, World Trade Center in Barcelona, 5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography  in Barcelona, Photo L.A in Los Angeles, Uffizi Gallery in Florence, SICOF in Milan, Accursio Palace, Archiginnasio Library, Town Hall, Notai Palace, Common Film Library in Bologna. Her pictures were acquired by public collections such as Centro Studi e Archivio della Comunicazione (CSAC) at Parma University and by Women in Photography International Collection/Beinecke Library – Yale University. In 2017 she wrote the book Le donne fotografe dalla nascita della fotografia ad oggi: uno sguardo di genere, published by Pendragon, about women photographers worldwide.