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- About the artist
Self-taught photographic artist based in Moscow, Russia. He’s interested in studying contemporary landscape and its relationship to social, culture, economy, and politics.
In his latest project Post-Moscow Teo explores the notion of "post-city" in contemporary Moscow, the largest post-Soviet metropolis with a population of more than 12.5M people (as of 2020). The term “post-city" is described by Russian geographer Dmitry Zamyatin as a global city that is "stitched together with communications but lacks integrity", where "a united space is split into fragments" and "communication is replaced by alienation”.
Post- Moscow aims to depict the post-socialist global city with its ongoing neoliberal transformations, and also to explore the city's social and cultural interconnections, through the visual study of its peripheral territories.
2021 – Herbarium. Pennlab Gallery, Moscow
2020 Quarantine online group exhibition, curated by Xavi Ceerre
2021 – Urbanautica Institute Awards 2020 (POST-MOSCOW, winner)
2020 – IPG: Talent of the Year 2020 (POST-MOSCOW, nominee)
2020 – Palm* Photo Prize 2020 (shortlisted)
2018 - “Agua Y Veneno” zine, edition of 50, self-published
- Artist’s interview
- Collaborations2019 - “You start to realize....” zine in collaboration with Nastya Mleko and
Nastya Pozhidaeva, edition of 20, self-published
- Critic’s review
- Curatorial sets with artist’sComing soon