Giulia Agostini graduates in arts at Liceo Modigliani in Padua. She approaches photography after delving in painting and drawing. Initially she shoots in digital but slowly decides to make analogic cameras her preferred tool for art. In 2011 she is noticed, thanks to Flicker, by a professor and curator of the Cleveland Institute of Art who give Giulia the opportunity to bring her shots to the States. She had photos showed at the Underline Gallery of New York during the exposition “The Young and the Recluse” curated by Bruce Checefsky, at the “Festival della Fotografia” in Reggio Emilia, at the “Biennale Giovani Artisti del Mediterraneo” in Ancona and at the Benetton Foundation. In 2013 she won the fourteenth edition of the “Premio Aldo Nascimben”. In 2014 the foundation Francesco Fabbri and the FAST (Foto Archivio Atorico della provincial di Treviso) promoted a “Personal” exhibit of Giulia’s shots during the F4 festival “un’idea di Fotografia”. In 2016 she collaborates with artist Chiara Bersani for the project “Good Night Peeping Tom” sponsored by the “Associazione Culturale dello Scompiglio. From 2017 Giulia is part of Heillandi Gallery in Lugano, Swiss. In the same year she made a solo exhibition called “Faraway so closed” at Spazio Cartabianca in Padova. In 2018 she participated with her works in the collective “Who knows what’s going on in the ladies parlour” at Magazzini Fotografici, Napoli. Self-portraits are an important part of Giulia’s work since the beginning and her focus on self-portraiture is constantly evolving. In July 2018 she went back to New York City continuing a research on street photography that first began between Venice, Naples and Trieste. In 2019 she had photos showed at the International Center of Photography in the installment of ICP Projected teaming up with Goldmoony editorial platform and focusing on everyday observations in urban settings. In the same year she joined the Fotofever Paris showing her work at Carrousel du Louvre, Paris. In February 2020 Giulia had photos showed at Podbielski Contemporary, Milano during the exhibition “Pleasure Garden” curated by P. A. Podbielski with an essay by Angela Madesani. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the exhibition will be extended from Sept 9nd to Sept 30th 2020. In September 2020 she takes part at Open Up Festival with a solo exhibition.