Photography

Eugenia Ivanissevich

Lecturer BA (Hons) Photography – Photography / Lecturer BA (Hons) Fine Art – Fine Art

MA Photography, Royal College of Art (2012); BA First Class Cons Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design (2006)

Biography

Eugenia Ivanissevich trained at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, BA Fine Art (2006) and then at the Royal College of Art, MA Photography (2012).

She joined AUB as a Visiting Lecturer in 2017 on the BA Fine Art course and is Lecturer to the BA Photography course and BA Fine Art course since 2019. She is Personal Tutor on the MA Photography programme at the Royal College of Art and also leads independent workshops in the UK and abroad.

She has participated in the publication Material / Immaterial, an experimental Risograph publication curated by Rodrigo Orrantia, presented in Les Rencontres d’ Arles, France and Offprint Paris 2018 and selected best of 2018 publications by Emma Bowkett, photo editor FT Weekend Magazine. Up and coming exhibitions include: “The State of Things” curated by R. Orrantia for Landskrona Photo Festival, Sweden, 2020.

She took part in the URRA artist residency in Buenos Aires (2010) and was awarded the Arts Foundation Fellowship for Still Life Photography (2013). Her work has been exhibited nationally and abroad and her publication Con Sol. Con Agua presented at Unseen Platform, Amsterdam (2019) and Offprint Paris (2019).

www.eugeniaivanissevich.com

Professional practice

Eugenia’s current work covers the genre of still life, the relationship between the object and its image, collage and the production of zines and publications. She works across analogue and digital photography and is interested in the historical and ongoing intersections of sculpture and photography, using the camera to give permanence to temporary compositions.

Awards

  • The Arts Foundation Award, Still Life Photography, Winner (2013)
  • The Leica Prize, Runner-Up (2011)
  • Format 09, International Photography Award, Exposure Commission Award to Young Emerging Artist, QUAD (2009)
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