YELENA ZHAVORONKOVA


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Grana : 4332

Unique platinum/palladium photographic print on Hahnemühle platinum rag Paper

Edition: 1/5

12” x 5”

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Yelena Zhavoronkova is a California-based fine art photographer and graphic designer. She received a master’s degree in industrial design from the St. Petersburg Academy of Art and Industry, Russia. Over the past decade, Yelena has been intensively studying and working in photography, which helps her to express her artistic vision.

Yelena’s projects are simultaneously very personal and universal in nature, speaking to the viewers on an intimate level. Since 2010, her projects were exhibited at the de Young Museum of Arts in San Francisco, City Hall of San Francisco, Blue Sky Gallery and LightBox Gallery in Oregon, and many other galleries around the United States and in Europe. Her works were published in the online edition of The New Yorker magazine and featured in Shutterbug magazine, among others. As a part of the Indie Photobook Library Collection Yelena’s “Memories in Red” book is included in the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University.

Yelena’s archival digital, silver gelatin and platinum/palladium prints are the part of many private collections and institutions in USA and in Europe. Currently she represented by the Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna, Austria and Corden|Potts Gallery in San Francisco.

 

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