Andrea Bigiarini

Andrea Bigiarini

Andrea Bigiarini is a professional photographer and digital artist born and living in Florence, Italy.

Passionate about clouds, landscapes and nature.

Fascinated since boyhood by painting,  illustration, graphic design and photography, in 2012 Andrea founded The New Era Museum, the first museum devoted to mobile photography as a tool for the improvement of reality and the building of a new era.

He's the Artistic Director and the Founder of The New Era Museum (NEM) and also of the related photographic groups with more than 500 world-wide atists and photographers:

Just to name few.

He's a visionary and the brain and the curator of Impossible HumansMost Wanted Visionaries Projects.

He's the brain of the most revolutionaries events, exhibitions and live art performances of photography and Mobile Photography:

Has been member of the jury many international photo-contest.

These are the latest:

  • MOBGRAPHIA 2018 AWARDS (Brazil) - LINK

  • MIRA MOBILE PRIZE 2018 (Portugal) - LINK

  • MIRA MOBILE PRIZE 2019 (Portugal) - LINK

Just to mention the latest.

Andrea’s works varies from the film photography to a hybridization between photography and digital painting techniques.

His works has been exhibited in many galleries around the world.

Andrea Bigiarini appear on the list of international photographers selected by Jack Lang, former French Minister of Culture and current president of the IMA "Institut du monde arabe".



Some Interviews

When I think of a Renaissance man, Andrea Bigiarini comes to mind. Andrea is not only a photographer but also dabbles in other art forms as well including music and writing. On top of his talents he has a wonderful sense of humor and doesn’t take himself too seriously.
— Geri Centonze - Art of Mob

Share one mobile photography/art tip

Yes. The most important: INNOVATE. There’s no art without an innovation of contents – there’s no art without the technique of innovation. In few words: don’t do what others do. I think that a “Messenger” is more powerful than an “Artist”. The “Messenger” is more powerful than a mystic because they use a new vocabulary in every form of expression before the people. A mystic has a restricted vocabulary because is not oriented to the people. This is the difference: who is able to create something for the people is a “Messenger”. Who create things for themselves is only an onanist and not people oriented so we have to redefine who is not an artist and what is not art.
— The AppWhisperer Interview - Joanne Carter

Maje, contaminazioni e fusioni tra Immagini e Suoni di Marco Testoni e Andrea Bigiarini. Foto animate dalla musica come un film dalla colonna sonora
— Cinecorriere

Andrea Bigiarini ci porta uno spicchio di se stesso, del suo legame con l’arte ed il mondo dell’iPhoneografia, e del suo rapporto con l’universo tecnologico.

In questa intervista possiamo apprezzare le sue idee e visioni, mescolate con uno smaccato senso di autoironia, che per comprenderlo a pieno dovrai leggere tutti i paragrafi fino al punto 3 del finale.
— Italianeography - Sergio Roccato

Abbiamo incontrato al Vittorio Veneto Film Festival Andrea Bigiarini, visionario videoartista, scrittore, artista digitale. Ideatore del New Era Museum. Filosofo e pensatore coraggioso del fare arte.
— Ginger Magazine