Louis De Belle (b. 1988 in Milano) studied at the Politecnico di Milano (BA) and Bauhaus–Universität Weimar (MFA). He published Cartographies (Humboldt books), Disappearing Objects (bruno), Besides Faith and Failed Dioramas (LUCIA Verlag). His series Cartographies has been included by Joel Meyerowitz in the latest edition of Bystander: A History of Street Photography (Lawrence King Press).
His photographic projects have been published by The Washington Post, The Independent, WIRED, Libération, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, It's Nice That, San Rocco, Photonews, Der Greif and iGNANT, among others.
Exhibitions in galleries, festivals and museums include: Triennale di Milano, KINDL Center for Contemporary Art Berlin, Les Rencontres d'Arles, Offprint at Paris Photo, Tieranatomisches Theater der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Milano Design Week, Malmö Fotobiennal, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Eindhoven Design Week, The New York Photo Festival, SVA Flatiron Gallery New York, D&AD Awards and The Royal Albert Hall in London.
He is currently based in Milano, Italy.