Luca Sola, Collestatte Piano, Italy, 1977, is a documentary photographer, visual artist, and lecturer based in Johannesburg. His work spans journalism, multimedia making, writing, and digital art. He studied Contemporary Literature at Perugia University and took the Photojournalism Master Course at ISFCI in Rome. His work is focused on social, anthropologic and geopolitical subjects with particular reference to Africa, Middle East, and Europe.
Permanent freelance for AFP (Agence France Press), his works appear in the main newspapers and magazines, both Italian and international such as Time Magazine, The New York Times, The Economist, Vanity Fair, Internazionale, L’Espresso, Panorama, Sport Week, The Observer, The Independent, The Guardian, Le Courier International, De Volkskant, East and many more. He is assignment and contributor photographer for several NGOs, and UN family agencies such MSF, Oxfam, CARITAS, FAO, IOM, WFP.
Luca Sola is represented for editorial works by Contrasto agency, by All Around Art for Fine Art Print, and Exhibition, by Aphaia_ArtRoom for NFTs and Digital Art.
Paris (Bordeaux, Strasbourg) 2020 “71/21” 50 Years of MSF Photographers,
group exhibition at Gare de Lyon.
New York 2018 Dark Matter, group exhibition, The Rose Mary Ines Gallery.
Terni 2017 “Stimela / Southern Africa Migration Project”, solo exhibition at C.A.O.S.
(Centro Arti Opificio Siri).
Johannesburg 2016 “On The Move”, Turbine Hall, New Town Precinct, solo exhibition.
Toronto 2015 “#Dysturb”, public installation at Contact Photography Festival.
Edinburgh 2015 “World Extreme Medicine Expo”, group exhibition.
Terni 2013 “Alla Giusta Distanza”, Da.Co. Gallery, solo exhibition and book signing.
Rome 2012 “Egypt In Transition” at ISFCI, Spazio Cerere, solo exhibition.
San Diego 2011 “Art of Photography Show”, group exhibition at San Diego Art Institute.
Seul 2011 “Yonhap International Press Photo Awards Exhibition”.
New York 2011 “Yonhap International Press Photo Awards Exhibition”,
group exhibition at UN Headquarters.
Paris 2011 “Révolutions”, group exhibition at Galerie La Petite Poule Noire.