Fabiana Sala was born in Varese, Italy in 1988. She moved to Lugano to attend The Swiss University of Art and Design (SUPSI). After graduation with a BA in Visual Communication, she collaborated with Theredbox Communication Design in Lugano (CH) where she assisted the Art director Alberto Bianda working on: the catalogue of Carrà’s Landscapes 1921-1964 (the first retrospective put on by a Swiss museum) and Visti&Scritti, by the Magnum photographer Ferdinando Scianna.
In collaboration with The World press photographer Alessio Romenzi, she did the graphic of the event “Syria, a forgotten war”, a Lecture by Alessio Romenzi. In 2013 she moved to Boston where she studied photography with Rania Matar at Massart (Massachusetts College of Art and Design).
Fabiana’s work has been featured in Vogue.it, Featureshoot.com, BuzzFeed and in several group shows including Rita K. Hillman Education Gallery, International Center of Photography
(New York), Lorimoto Gallery (New York), A.I.R. Gallery (New York), Photoville (New York), China International Photography Festival, Pingyao (China), Kimmel Galleries, New York University (New York) and Triennale di Milano (Italy)
Fabiana Sala is graduated from the Photojournalism and Documentary program at the International Centre of Photography and she is currently based in Berlin and New York, where she’s working at EyeEm and at The International Centre of Photography.