The image, entitled What Once Was (2018) is from Agostini’s forthcoming photobook, A Blurry Aftertaste (Paper Journal, 2019).
Eleonora Agostini is an Italian artist based in London and a recent graduate from the Royal College of Art. Eleonora’s practice encompasses photography, performance and sculpture and is driven by her interest in the reconsideration and redefinition of the every-day and the unexceptional. Eleonora has exhibited in Britain, Italy and the United States. Her recent body of work, A Blurry Aftertaste, has been exhibited as part of Premio Francesco Fabbri (Villa Brandolini, Pieve di Soligo 2018), Not The Final Major Project (Hasting Forum, Hasting 2018), Beyond The Camera (PingYao Photography Festival, PingYao, 2018), and Royal College Of Art Degree Show (London 2018).
Eleonora is one of the artists selected for this year’s Format Festival (Derby, 2019) and On Making (National Museum Of Gdansk, 2019). Other recent exhibitions include 209 Women (Portcullis House, London and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, 2018 – 2019), There is No Threat (New York, 2018) and A Day Like the Others (Window 187, London 2018). Her work has appeared in multiple publications including GUP Magazine, Wallpaper, FotoRoom and Vogue Italia.