Giorgio Galimberti was born in Como on March 20, 1980.
Always passionate about photography, also thanks to a family atmosphere open to art and creativity, since he was a child he began to approach the photographic medium through the Polaroids.
With the first attempts at manipulating and altering the image, Giorgio explores in depth the playful dimension of instant support.
During adolescence, the passion never fails and, through the attendance of numerous exhibitions and exhibitions, together with an intense practical activity in the darkroom, a very personal photographic background is built, based mainly on the experimentation techniques of the great masters who they have made the history of photography.
After a period of temporary detachment, which lasted a few years, Galimberti moved closer to the world of digital photography without ever abandoning analog photography altogether.
Through the experimentation of black and white he perfects his tastes and, mindful of the lessons of the great masters of photography, he approaches a vision of the world mainly focused on the effects of light on bodies and urban landscapes, taking up some typical elements of street photography and reworking them in function of a modern and narrative photographic language that combines the glimpses of everyday life with the suspended visions of urban architecture with a highly personal and recognizable style. He has participated in numerous personal exhibitions and collaborated with important Italian and international art galleries that allowed him to enter in authorial photography.
He dedicates himself to teaching by transmitting his point of view on author photography during his workshops and seminars.