Anokhina’s work explores the relationship between personal, psychological, and emotional experiences with visual language. In her first project, 25 Weeks of Winter, the artist converts a personal experience into an emotional journey through a photographic diary. In her second work Inner Mongolia she creates an imaginary visual space, based on her childhood fantasies. In her recent work Nudes she turns to portraiture, willing to challenge the gender stereotypes of male nudity visual representation.
In autumn 2014 Ekaterina became the winner of the International Portfolio Review at the Photovisa festival in Krasnodar, Russia, and in 2015 her work was among the top 20 best portfolios at the International portfolio review in St.Petersburg. She has been named in the top list of female photographers from Eastern Europe by the Calvert Journal. Her work has been exhibited in Russia, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Slovenia and Italy, and published in photography related online and offline media.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2015
Error:Undefined, Madam Blaa pop-up gallery, Moscow, Russia
25 Weeks of Winter, book launch and exhibition, 25books, Berlin, Germany
New Spread, Lumiere Brothers photography gallery, Moscow, Russia
I Dreamed We Were Alive, Kunsthaus Wien / Hundertwasser Museum, Vienna, Austria
LICHNO (“private”) - pop-up group exhibition, Moscow, Russia
Special Edition: Photobook in Russia, Metenkov’s House - Museum of Photography, Yekaterinburg, Russia
Welcome: Page by Page, Center of Photography at Woodstock, New York
Feminine/Masculine at Photo50, London Art Fair, London UK