Eleonora Agostini is an Italian artist based in London. She received her BA in photography from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan and her MA from the Royal College of Art in London.
She combines photography, performance and sculpture and her work is driven by an interest in the reconsideration of everyday objects, surfaces and activities. In particular within the domestic space, used as a stage to understand how human experience is shaped and time is perceived.
Eleonora has exhibited internationally, including the group show There is No Threat; New York, Window 187 and a public installation in Greenwich, London.
Her work has been recently published on Vogue Italia and FotoRoom and will be printed in Paper Journal’s first book and Source Magazine. A Blurry Aftertaste has been exhibited at Brighton Photo Fringe and PingYao Photography Festival.