Giovana Zuccarino is an Argentine photographer. She studied Geology at the University of Buenos Aires and photography at IMDAFTA (Instituto Municipal de Arte Fotográfico y Técnicas Audiovisuales).
She explores the characteristics of light and the materiality of photographic tools. Her interests are astronomy, geology, physics, she often combines 19th century photographic techniques, such as daguerreotype, wet-plate collodion, with the use of large format contemporary cameras. She also works with interferential photographic processes, such as holography, and the Lippmann process. She develops much of her work at the Buenos Aires Observatory ( Asociación Argentina de Amigos de la Astronomía) where she teaches astrophotography and used to work with telescopes and large format cameras, which are sometimes build it by herself in the observatory.