Paolo Giordano, born in Naples in 1954 has studied Architecture at the Politecnico University of Milan where he got his degree in 1978. Since then works and lives in Milan.
From 1978 to 1995 has worked as professional photographer collaborating with several Italian and international magazines. In his works he alternates a professional approach together with a more creative side. Between his several shows to mention “Immagini italiane” at the Peggy Guggenheim museum of Venice in 1993, CURATA by Melissa Harris.
Between 1993 and 1999 lives and works traveling around India, where he decides to fund I+I, a company that produces contemporary style handmade crafts. The result is a collection of amazing crafts with a modern design style mixed with an ethnical side that connects the objects with the territory. In the last years most of the work was specialized in the making of handmade carpets. He still today continues in his work of researching new styles within design and photography fields.
He also has recently CURA and participates at the exhibition Way-Out at the Museo Pecci in Prato, Italy, collecting several artist whom work on the thin line between art and design.
The objects produced in limited series in these years are a combination of modern technologies with the excellences of handcraft workshops.