Luigi Ghirri (5 January 1943–1992) was an Italian photographer. Born in Scandiano, Ghirri began taking photographs in 1970, mostly working in a milieu of conceptual artists. From 1983 he focussed primarily on photographing architecture and the Italian landscape. Ghirri also was notable for organising such exhibitions as Iconicittà (1980), Viaggio in Italia (1984), and Esplorazioni sull via Emilia (1986). He worked for the Architectural Section of the third Venice Biennale of Architecture (1985), which was directed by Aldo Rossi, and the Milan Triennale (1988). Ghirri’s books include Paesaggio italiano/Italian Landscape (1989) and Il profilo delle nuvole (1989).