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Eleonora Sabet born in Milan on December 26, 1995.

Art director and photographer.

She began her creative journey through self-portraiture and documentary. 
In 2019 she wins a scholarship from VII Academy and meets Ron Haviv who nominates her to the 6×6 Global Talent Program World Press Photo. 
In 2020 under the guidance of Maggie Steber she works at photographic research of her family. 
In 2021 she publishes her first book, "The Memory Of You Still Hurts," a personal project in which she investigates the complex relationship with her father through self-portraiture and graphic elaboration of the family photo archive. 
In the same year she began her collaboration with the JERGON gallery in Berlin, by which she is still represented today.
In 2022 she is selected to join Camera Club Milano, an initiative created by Self Publish, Be Happy. 
She collaborates with BASE Milan by holding the training course "FIRST OF ALL, inclusive photographic representations." 
Triennale assigns and publishes her project "Dimenticare La Notte," a case study focused on the relationship between the female gender and the night percivied as space and time. The same project is reworked and commissioned by Vanity Fair Italy for the international day against violence against women. 
Over the years her works are presented in various galleries and festivals, including the Venice Biennale 2022. 
In 2023 she was art director of Wave Zine, an independent publishing project, her solo exhibition REBIS opened in Berlin, and she co-founded the creative duo DOUBLE TOAST.

In 2023 she started working in the music industry by portraying Levante for the launch of "Canzone d'Estate." She then collaborated on several occasions with Negramaro and followed the creative direction, made the cover and video clip of "How do u feel" by HU, worked at the communication of the single "Brutto Sogno" by Mecna, taking care of the art direction and making the cover, video clip and photo campaign.


Pronouns: she / her
Milan, IT