Eva Tomei was born in Rome in 1976 and graduated at the Scuola Romana di Fotografia and at the Rossellini Institute. Eva Tomei collaborated with the Prospekt agency
then with the Camera21. She attended many exhibitions in numerous national festivals and International, in group, personal and collective shows throughout Italy and abroad, she is part of a collection of young authors of the Mistry of Culture. Currently she is represented in Rome by the Galleria Gallerati, she is part of the SALAD San circuit
Lorenzo Art District in collaboration with the MLAC of Sapienza in Rome, she is part of the Online AntiVirus Gallery, https://antivirus.gallery/, born in 2020 from
an idea by Barbara Martusciello, journalist and curator.

My works are mostly made up of long-term projects, photographic series, starting from literary stories or essays, texts in which I identify myself or which stimulate my reflection on reality. I use photography as a medium for representing the individual, his relationship with the community and with time.
My love for our cultural and mythological origins, of which our thinking is inevitably a child, fascinates me, I try to tell our different approaches to death and therefore to life, the environment, the other.