Works and lives in London.
He graduated from a MA Photography at LCC, University of the Arts London in 2016. Until February 2019 will be part of the residency programme LifeBoat, awarded through Artquest, London.
Davide Meneghello’s work uses photography as a space to investigate meaning and ideas concerned with social change, historical narratives and political possibilities, as also notion of memory and materiality. Fundamental to his practice is the merging of physical research on process and materials as tools for conceptual outcomes.
Recent exhibitions include Burning with Pleasure at Photofusion, London, 2017; NeXos at Fundation la Posta, Valencia, selected from the European Network of MA Photography, 2017; Three-fold at Baltifou gallery, Hangzhou, China, 2017. His work has been published by Photoworks, Der Grief, Cactus Digitale and Eyesore Magazine. His project ‘Again He Hold Me by the Hand’ has been nominated for the Magnum graduate award 2017 and he has recently co-curated, together with Paloma Tondero, the exhibition Vacant. In Use coordinated by the Alumni group MA Photography of LCC, part of Deptford X Fringe 2017, London.