Davide Curatola Soprana is an italian photographer born in Rome in 1982.
He graduated from La Sapienza School of Architecture in Rome after attending classes in Seville and Madrid. He extended his professional profile studying photography at the Institute of Cinematography R. Rossellini. In 2008 he entered into the history and culture of the Vatican world, working until 2015 as a technical collaborator and cameraman at the Vatican Television Center, responsible for the production, distribution and archiving of images of the activities of the Holy See. In 2015 he moves to Madrid and co-founds Urban Reports, a European documentary photography collective, focusing his research on the visual study of the landscape, the city and the territory. He exhibits at the XVI Architecture Biennale di Venezia in 2018, at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism SBAU in 2019. In 2019, the work exhibited by the project Arcipelago Italia of the Italian pavilion to the Biennale, becomes the book " L'altra Italia. Racconto per immagini delle aree interne del Paese" edited by Johan and Levi of Milan, a collective tale of 5 areas of the inland landscape that has suffered and suffers from the phenomenon of depopulation, post-industrialization and post-earthquake reconstruction. In 2021 he is the finalist and winner of the Photography Prize at XV BEAU Bienal Española de Arquitectura y Urbanismo . He publishes his works in architecture and urbanism magazines in Spain, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
Currently, he is also reflecting about photography and Art installation as participatory art supporting communities.