Alberto Muciaccia born in Bari in 19.5.1954
Alberto started being involved in photography in Bari in 1973. He moved to Rome in 1980 and gained his first professional experiences in the cinema (with Tonino Delli Colli) and television industry (with Mario Barsotti) and in the interior photography (with Giovanna Piemonti for Vogue editorials).
Alongside this, he carried out his own photographic services for the show business working with different companies, including: Teatro dell’Opera di Roma – Teatro di Reggio Emilia – Compagnia di Lindsey Kemp – Compagnia di Renzo Giovanpietro – Compagnia Danza Prospettiva di Vittorio Biagi.
In 1984 he opened a photographic studio for advertising, industry and architecture editorials.
From 1989 to 1992 he performed consulting for Natuzzi S.p.a. corporate image. In subsequent years, he carried out in collaboration with Massa/Marti graphic design studio located in Milan advertising campaigns for various companies including: Ferrovie Nord Milano – Luceplan – Colombo Design – Zucchi/Bassetti –Azucena .
Since 1992 Alberto has devoted himself to architectural photography making a large number of photographic services for professional studios and public institutions.
He has published in Italy with: Abitare – Case d’abitare – D’A – Casabella – Area -Domus and different other industry magazines such as: Disegno Interior – Bauwelt – Architecture d’aujourd’hui.
In 1994 he produced for the provincial administration of Bari a photographic service regarding the sites of Frederick II for the volume “Federico-Mito e Memoria” edited by Emanuela Angiuli, published by Biblos and by Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno in issues.
In 1998 he carried out for Comit the photography of the book “Presenze architettoniche della Banca Commerciale in Italia” edited by Fulvio Irace, published by Electa.
In 2000 for Testo e Immagine he made the photography of the book “EUR a Roma Controguida d’architettura “ by Pino Scaglione.
In 2007 he produced for Electa the photography of “Gio Ponti a Stoccolma. L’istituto italiano di cultura C.M. Lerici “ by Fulvio Irace.
Many of his photographs have been bought for the photography collections including:
– MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo
– GNAM Galleria Nazionale d’arte Moderna