LSPF curated exhibitions. Yulia Rodnina.

This year LSPF will be bringing you a number of curated exhibitions by various photographers, that we believe would benefit from more exposure outside of their countries. We will start with introducing Yulia Rodnina  in her her own words:


I was born in Moscow in 1981 and have been living there ever since. In 2002, when I was a student, I discovered that the camera was a perfect tool to express myself. It took some time to find the right way, so I would say that photography made a comeback into my life in 2007 and turned out to be my long-term passion. What I do is closer to the New Topography, though I don’t really care about genres and labels because my interest is foremost in the image itself. There is something that makes me relate to street-photographers — it is definitely my style of shooting (or just life style) — with my small camera in the pocket.


I worked for various photo magazines, co-founded Oh!Sheet, curated Innervisions exhibition project and judged Moscow Street Photography Festival. I am a member of ULICA collective.


You can find out more about Yulia’s work here: