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Edition of 12 - All sizes included | 5 in XS, 4 in S and 3 in M

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Edition of this artwork
Edition of 12 - All sizes included | 5 in XS, 4 in S and 3 in M

Type of print
Fine art print on baryta paper

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Fine Art Artist
Deborah Zuanazzi


The subject is an eerie mermaid who defies conventional imagery. The unsettling blending of human and lionfish features evokes both beauty and danger, a feeling heightened by her pose and the dramatic lighting.



“Hybrid realities”

"Mutatio" is a captivating artistic photographic collection that explores the profound concept of transformation through a series of fantastic, surreal, and painterly images depicting hybrid creatures. This collection invites viewers into a mesmerizing world where the boundaries between species blur.

As viewers journey through the collection, they encounter beings that are at once familiar and alien—creatures that provoke both curiosity and introspection. Each photograph is a window into a world where transformation is not just a possibility but a fundamental truth.

The title "Mutatio," derived from Latin for "change," encapsulates the collection's core theme of metamorphosis and through these surreal amalgamations, the collection delves into the fluidity of form.

At the heart of "Mutatio" lies a meditation on the nature of change. By merging different elements, these images highlight the beauty and complexity of transformation, suggesting that identity is not fixed but constantly evolving.

With this collection, Deborah Zuanazzi invites viewers to embrace the fluidity of identity and the beauty of perpetual change; it challenges us to see the world through a lens of wonder and to recognize the potential for transformation within ourselves and the world around us.

Deborah Zuanazzi

Deborah Zuanazzi

Deborah Zuanazzi, born in 1995 in Italy, is an Italian fine art photographer.
From a young age, Deborah demonstrated a creative flair, which led her to pursue art and art history during her high school years, culminating in a degree in Art Restoration. Despite her classical training, Deborah found her true artistic voice through photography, using it as a powerful medium to convey her emotions and concepts.

Deborah honed her craft at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, where she studied New Technologies of Art. During her academic journey, she began to gain recognition for her work, winning several international awards. Notably, she won her first major accolade at the Nikon Photo Contest in 2017/2018.

Her extensive background in traditional art and art history deeply influences her photographic style. Deborah's work is distinguished by its surreal and chiaroscuro qualities, creating images that are both evocative and visually striking. Post-production plays a significant role in her creative process, allowing her to further enhance and refine her photographs.

Currently, Deborah lives in Turin, where she continues to pursue her passion as a Fine Art Photographer and Digital Artist. Alongside her artistic career, she also serves as the Head of Design for a creative agency based in London, balancing her dual roles with remarkable dedication.

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