Sante D'Orazio

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Sante D’Orazio
Born Brooklyn, New York,
United States
Nationality American
Occupation Photographer

Sante D'Orazio is an American photographer.

D'Orazio has exhibited in the Kunsthaus Munich, Kunsthauswien Vienna, the L.A. County Museum, Stellan Holm Gallery (New York), Cameraworks Gallery (Berlin) Hilario Galguera Gallery (Mexico City) and NRW Forum in Düsseldorf. His publications include: A Private View, Sante D'Orazio Photographs, Pam: American Icon, Katlick School, Gianni and Donatella and Barely Private.


  • A Private View. Penguin Books, 1998. ISBN 3-8296-0247-2. Photographs and diary pages covering his photography career.
  • Sante D'Orazio Photographs. Arena Editions, 2000. Photographs from his professional and personal work.
  • Pam: American Icon. Schirmer/Mosel, 2005. ISBN 978-2-930487-06-9. Photographs of Pamela Anderson[1]
  • Katlick School. teNeues, 2006.
  • Gianni and Donatella. teNeues, 2007.
  • Barely Private - A Diary Book 1997-Present. Taschen, 2009. ISBN 978-3-8365-1460-6


  • 2010 Scratch This, Hiliario Galuera Gallery, Leipzig, Germany (solo) In Dialogue, Anonymous Gallery/Collective Hardware, New York, NY (catalog).
  • 2009 Barely Private, Milk Gallery, New York, NY (solo) Scratch This / A Film, Paradise Row Gallery, Frieze Art Fair, London.
  • 2008 Pam: American Icon, Alain Noirhomme Galerie, Belgium Double Cross, NRW Forum, Duesseldorf, Germany Gianni and Donatella, Orvieto, Italy Untitled, Hilario Gaguera Gallery, San Rafael, Mexico.
  • 2007 Katlick School, Stellan Holm Gallery, New York, NY.
  • 2006 Retrospective, Kunsthausewien, Vienna, Austria.
  • 2005 Pamela Anderson: Icon, Kunstaus, Munich, Germany Pamela Andersion: Icon, Stellan Holm Gal- lery, New York, NY.
  • 2004 Pixels, Stellan Holm Gallery, New York, NY.
  • 2003 Rolling Stones, Cameraworks Gallery, Berlin, Germany.

Personal life[edit]

D'Orazio was married to fashion model Kara Young from 1994-1998.[2]


  1. ^ Pam Anderson, Catalogue and exhibition, Gallery Alain Noirhomme, p. 45.
  2. ^