Born in Rome, Cinzia Naticchioni Rojas lives and works between the Italian capital and Milan. Her education as an Architect, that she carried on to a PhD level, strongly reflects in her photographic vision. The relation between two-dimensional images and a three-dimensional reality is one of the main themes of her work; therefore, a meditation on the perceivable subjects of photography is one of the essential messages of her shots. While on a residency program in San Gimignano in 2014, she took part in Esercizi di Stile, an event that focused on how public spaces can contribute to shape society. Mimesi, the work she presented upon this occasion, was a series of landscape photos and was exhibited at the Musei Civici del Palazzo Comunale.
Her works have been displayed at some of the most prominent Italian locations for artwork, such as the Museo della Permanente and the Open Studio Brera during the Miart 2014. She also participated in important art fairs, like the Photofestival Milano 2014, the Photissima Festival in Turin, and competed for prestigious prizes like the Premio Celeste and the Premio O.R.A. in 2014.
The attention Exibart and other renowned magazines pay to Cinzia Naticchioni Rojas’s work is a reflection of the value of her artistic research.