Gianluca Pollini started his career as a photographer in 1982, dealing with naturalistic reportages,
published in several magazines and books (Tutti i Fotografi, Photo Italia, Fotopratica
Immagini, Fotografare, Airone, Alp, Oasis, Aqua, Naturefotografie, Gente di Fotografia,
Fotoit, Ali Natura).
Several themes have been investigated by the author, all of which can be traced back to
environment, nature, and inextricably linked by a common thread: light.
Among the most recent cycles, particularly impressive are the ones related to mountain
landscapes, such as Cervino, Monte Bianco and Dolomites, dominated by a large powerful
Since 2019 he has been concentrating on a new research dedicated to Architecture and, in
particular, to the creations of the Italian renouned architect Aldo Rossi. This research has led
to the production of a selection of works, some of which in color, entitled “Arquitectonica”.
“Gianluca Pollini’s work is between classicism and reinterpretation of reality. (…) He does not
manipulate images because he conceives the final result from the very beginning, during the
shooting phase, even in the most difficult conditions. His photos are suspended in time, taken
in a fraction of a second but during a long lasting period of time, patiently waiting for the
perfect moment to press the camera shutter button.” (Daniela Facchinato)