Chiara Glionna is a photographer based in Milan, whose work investigates social issues that deserve more attention so that they are no longer considered taboo. Her aim is to help people feel better about themselves in our society. These artworks were born during quarantine period where Chiara had time to experiment and play with emotions.
“Through my work I try to tell the stories of these young boys and girls investigating their fragility. I spent a lot of time teaching myself that fragility is not a weakness so I put it as the main characteristic in my pictures. My purpose is to create a safe space of inclusion, where people who are struggling can feel less broken.