New York, NY, Rome, Italy
Gabriele Stabile is an internationally known Italian photographer. He holds an MA in Photographic Journalism in London (with merit, Westminster Uni. 2006), graduated at ICP in 2007 (Photojournalism and Documentary program) and was selected among the PDN 30 photographers to watch in 2010. While based in New York he contributed regularly to the New Yorker Magazine, FADER, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal among others.
He published, together with Juliet Linderman, an oral histories book chronicling the arrival and resettlement of refugee families in America (“Reugee Hotel”, McSweeneys, San Francisco, 2013), and the recipient of an yearlong commission from Aperture and the Tisch family.
He was among the co-founders of Lucky Peach a groundbreaking folio about edibles that won many titles and mentions. His first monograph, Swim till I Sank, published by RVM hub was a finalist at Photo Espana, was recently awarded the prestigious Marco Bastianelli prize for best photography book in Italy, was selected among the Gibellina Photoroad projects for 2024, and awarded the special mention at Liquida Photofestival.