Mirko Boffelli (b.1990) is a photographer based in London, UK.
After completing an architectural internship in his formative years in Italy, he was inspired to pursue a career in interior and architectural photography.
Boffelli’s increasing involvement with London’s emerging art scene, also broadened his focus in art photography, and he currently works with independent artists, galleries, institutions as well as public and private collections.
In 2018, he co-funded HOXTON 253 art project space. The non-profit artist-run gallery and project space focuses on providing an experimental platform to emerging and mid-career artists through a wide range of eclectic programmes, while it prides itself as a leading grassroots cultural organisation in promoting ecological consciousness.
Boffelli’s work has been published in The Times, Flash Art, The Spaces, Elephant, The Art Newspaper and ArtNet.