Eva Frapiccini is 27 years old and was born in Recanati (Mc).
Between 1997 and 2002 she attended the DAMS and the Fine Arts Academy in Bologna. In 2000 she won an Erasmus scholarship to the University of Barcelona, where she also enrolled in photography courses at the Fine Arts Academy and exhibited her first photographs. In 2001 she filmed a series of interviews on the clashes that took place at the Genoa G8, making the film entitled Long Waves, shown in 2004 at the State Media Library at the international conference of Iowa on oral memory. After graduating fro the DAMS she attended a photography course at the European Institute of Design in Turin. In February 2005 she won the Canon Award for the Best Digital Portfolio, with a study of a self-portrait in a mirror entitled "Alice racconta lo specchio". In December 2005 she won the Passaporto Award with an artist residence in London, by the UniCredit's scientific committee for the Progetto UniCredit & l'Arte, and chosen among the seven young artists selected for the exhibition entitled Nuovi arrivi 2005.