Marco Tiberio (b. 1988) is a photographic artist and designer based in Amsterdam. His main field of interest is how human beings react to the changes in society and how they interact with it and the world they live in, being it physical or not. In his work he often makes use of digital photography and new technologies.
He likes to challenge serious and actual topics in an ironic manner, through research-based projects where classic photography, video, print and generative photography merge together. His goal is to find new ways of investigating topics in order to make them more accessible to a broader public and give them new interpretations.
Among others he has been published on:
Wired, Vogue, de Volkskrant, Rolling Stone Italia, Libération, Lufthansa, L'Oréal, Pagina 99, the Huffington Post, Fast Company, The Atlantic, Domus and Kulturaustausch Magazine.
With art director and curator Maria Ghetti, he founded Defrost, creative studio and publishing house based in Amsterdam. Their first book Immorefugee was selected among the best photobooks of 2017.
In 2018 they published Enlarge Magazine, which is now sold-out.
In 2020 he has been a recipient of the Stimuleringsfonds to develop a photographic project about how society deals with memories of migrations and colonies during and after WW2.
Marco has been a guest teacher at the Academy of Architecture of Amsterdam.