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Elizaveta Porodina in conversation with Christoph Amend

Artist Talk

A black and white photo of a woman looking straight at the camera.

Enigmatic photographer Elizaveta Porodina will discuss more about her expansive career, and how the exhibition Un/Masked, and her work in general, serves as the audience’s window into her subconscious. Following the talk, Porodina will be signing copies of her publication Un/Masked (Hatje Cantz).

Porodina rose to international fame after a collaboration with Vogue Germany, where her work reflected more than the fashion itself. Instead, Porodina’s approach of catching the models, her muses, in dramatic, geometric and saturated compositions, set her apart form traditional fashion photographers. Porodina’s unique talent led to collaborations with renowned brands and magazines such as Dior, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giorgio Armani, Moncler, und Vogue. Her work has been showcased in international exhibitions and has received multiple awards. Porodina’s influence extends beyond fashion photography, as she is considered one of the artists blurring the lines between art and fashion photography.

Christoph Amend is the Editorial Director of DIE ZEIT and the publisher of Weltkunst.

Copyright: Elizaveta Porodina © Josef Beyer and Elizaveta Porodina