30.11 - 01.12.2019
IFF Editions #03 | Yulia Krivich
Date of premiere: 30.11.2019 – 1.12.2019 (Saturday-Sunday) | 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Address: TARGI RZECZY ŁADNYCH | Centrum Praskie Koneser, STREFA TRŁ PRINT!, Plac Konesera 3 (stand 34)
IFF Editions are back this winter!
IFF Editions presents photography from distinctive creators of the young and middle generation, selected by the team from the Fort Institute of Photography and published as limited-edition prints. The artists themselves participate in the production process, along with numbering and signing each print. These works are an attractive proposition for collectors who are looking to expand their collections to works of genuine quality from the current generation of artists or for those who wish to start a collection with works from promising artists of the current generation.
IFF edition will be available for purchase in our IFF Gallery store and online store
Photographed in: 2019
Format: 55 x 42 cm
Edition: 50 + AP
Numbered and signed by the artist: Yes
Special event price: 250 PLN
Yulia Krivich often uses her work by raising her status of a female immigrant from Ukraine living in Poland and setting it into question. Alongside the political aspects of her work, which place her among the actively engaged artists on the Polish scene, Krivich’s work also holds a solid position in the scope of capturing the imagery of youth, which can often be associated with the aesthetics of lifestyle photography. This style characterises the photographs in her fashion series for the Polish brand Dramat Europe, as well as the photographs she took of her own mother in the summer of 2017 at the Sea of Azov in her home country of Ukraine. These images reflect a lightly nostalgic view of ‘endless summers’ that is disconnected from all the constraints of sociological contexts.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
YULIA KRIVICH – visual artist and photographer born in Dnipro, Ukraine. Today she lives in Poland and is a graduate of the Architecture and Media Art departments of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She is the author of the book ‘Forebodings’ (2015) published by the Foundation of Visual Arts as part of the Month of Photography Festival in Krakow. Her works have been exhibited in Poland and abroad. She received a grant from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in 2018 and took part in the Pla(t)form 2018 Fotomuseum Winterthur. Her project ‘Impertinence and Youth’ was nominated for the Pinchuk Art Center award for young artists in 2018. Yulia Krivich’s works bring together aspects of documentary and artistic photography, along with political and personal histories.