Edoardo Hahn (b. 1962, ITA) is a a photographer and visual artist based in Milan. His research is focusing on issues that concern time rather than space. The moments more than the places. For a whole phase of his life he photographed before all spaces. He has been very worried about issues concerning composition, perspective and form. Now Hahn is more interested in photographing time, time that passes, things, feelings, ideas that change, transform, become something else or even disappear.
After several personal and working adventures (bookstores, publishing houses, communication agencies, internet companies), at some point, at a certain age, for reasons that now seem almost strange to him, he started working as a photographer. He worked first with some agencies, such Marka and Grazia Neri, and then, after a while, as a freelancer. His images and photo shoots have been published in some important magazines and newspapers, such as Marie Claire, Rolling Stone, Corriere della Sera, IoDonna, Repubblica, and D di Repubblica.
He held some exhibitions here and there, for example in Milan at Galleria Cà di Frà and at Fabbrica del Vapore; in Turin, at Villa Gualino and at Circolo dei Lettori; in Rome at Apollo11 and at Galleria Gallerati. Then, he published two books. In 2015, for L’Artiere, Landscape Materials, a work on the Californian landscape, and in 2017, for Urbanautica Institute, 52 Pictures, a collection of visual notes.