Inanna Riccardi was born in 1987 in Italy.
She currently lives and works in Copenhagen.

2017: Studies in Art Photography at CPH Film and Photo School
2016: Practitioner NLP, Evolvere, School of Relational Counseling
2015: Online Photobook course at Photo España
2014: Photographic course with Carolyn Drake at Fatamorgana, the Danish School of Art Photography
2010-14: MA in Applied Cultural Analysis, University of Copenhagen
2008-09: Erasmus at Universidad Complutense de Madrid
2006-09: BA in European Ethnography and Cultural Anthropology, University of Siena

Work Experience
2016: Consultant for Outreach strategies and Guided tours, CAMP / Center for Art on Migration Politics
2015: Project Manager at the Danish Museum of Immigration
2015: External Consultant for SixtyEight Art Institute
2014: Translator at Bodino International
2012: Co-web editor at Danish Cultural Institute
2011: External Consultant for Outsideren
2010: Fundraising Consultant for Fratelli dell'Uomo - Freres des Hommes Europe

Conference Presentations
2016: Human Refugees, Kultur-, Naturhistorisk og Kunstfagligt Orienteringsmøde 2016, Organisationen Danske Museer
2016: Imagining the Future in a New Country vs Living It, 3rd International Conference on Time Perspective
2016: The Refugee Crisis and presentation of the exhibition Human Refugees, Landsforening Kulturelle Samråd i Danmark
2015: Co-creation in the social sector, Gentofte Library
2015: Arts & Audiences, 'New Urban Challenges'

Selected Exhibitions
2017: Gentrification in Nordvest, City Hall, Copenhagen
2017: Vi tager intet ansvar 5, Warehouse 9, Copenhagen
2017: My Grandmother(s), featured at On the Go, Fotografisk Center's online exhibition platform
2017: The Narrative of Fears, Copenhagen Photo Festival
2016: Human Refugees, SAXO Institute Library, University of Copenhagen
2016: Diamond Dreams, installation at 3rd International Conference on Time Perspective
2016: Human Refugees, Danish Museum of Immigration

Selected Publications
2017: My Grandmother(s), handmade and self-published photo book
2017: Photo series for the short story 'Paris', Texas Longhorn, Number 8, 2017
2016: Human Refugees, Danish Museum of Immigration

2018: Managing New Displacements from Geography, Fundación Crear, Tarapacá region, Chile
2018: Nordic Light, Kristiansand, Norway

Mother tongue: Italian
Fluent: English and Spanish
Moderate: Danish
Basic: French