Silvia Amodio (Milan, 1968) graduated in philosophy with an experimental thesis carried out in Hawaii on the linguistic abilities of dolphins. Journalist, photographer and documentalist she has made significant decisions that combine ethics and aesthetics to deal with complex issues such as the spread of AIDS in South Africa, clerical pedophilia, children working in Peru, albinism and malnutrition in Burkina Faso.
She is currently promoting “I was, I am, I will be” a photographic work that has great sensitivity to the stories of women affected by breast cancer. In the world of author photography, she has established numerous exhibitions in galleries and institutional spaces in Italy, the United States, France, England, Holland.