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Works by Female Ukrainian Photographers Finalists will be shown in Bristol


On Friday, September 24th, the slide show of Female Ukrainian Photographers Finalists’ works will take place in the frame of Bristol Photo Festival. The photo screening is held as a part of the UA / UK Moving Image project supported by the European Union under the House of Europe programme.

The event will take place in Centrespace Gallery & Studio (6 Leonard Lane, Bristol BS1 1EA, United Kingdom) at 03:00 PM local time.

The list of artists:

  • Oksana Parafeniuk
  • Alina Smutko
  • Oksana Nevmerzhytska
  • Olena Shved
  • Krystyna Sahirova
  • Morozova Olena
  • Olia Koval
  • Lia Dostlieva
  • Rita Niki
  • Kateryna Doroshyna
  • Maryna Shtanko
  • Olga Zarko
  • Sofiia Chotyrbok
  • Xenia Petrovskaya
  • Polina Polikarpova
  • Iryna Yeroshko
  • Daria Svertilova
  • Liza Gasyuk
  • Yulia Kysil
  • Maryna Masel
  • Olga Kukush
  • Svitlana Levchenko
  • Olga Chekaryeva
  • Natali Agryzkova
  • Maryna Brodovska
  • Eva Dzhyshyashvili
  • Ira Lupu
  • Yana Kononova
  • Nastya Didenko
  • Daryna Berdynskykh
  • Alex Blanco
August, 2020 by Olia Kowal

This year, the Odesa Photo Days festival for the first time held an all-Ukrainian open call Female Ukrainian Photographers to show what Ukrainian authors shoot, what they care about, how they form stories and visual messages, and use these examples to trace how contemporary photography is developing in Ukraine. Curator of the project is Kateryna Radchenko.

The finalists explore topics such as mental health, corporality, quarantine and pandemic experiences, individual and collective memory, relationships with parents and more. Regardless of the experience in photography, the authors observe and capture their unique life and professional practices.

Bristol Photo Festival is a new festival in the format of a biennial with a year-round program of events, collaborations and exhibitions by both local and international artists. The first programme of exhibitions launched this May, bringing together the city’s major visual arts institutions, alongside independent and unconventional spaces.