based in Moscow
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Olga Ingurazova is a freelance self-taught documentary photographer with a background in international relations and economics based in Moscow, Russia. After years of working...
For three years now I'm working on my project "Scars of Independence" .. it talks how the consequences of wars affect people for the rest of their lives .. how there is no power in this world, to fully heal their scars and feel this gap. And I am very happy that, finally, the "summary" of my project was published in Russian.
Link to the article here http://fotodoc.center/shramy_nezavisimosti/
The Lucie Foundation honors photography and cultivates emerging talents worldwide. Olga Ingurazova is shortlisted to the 2015 Emerging Artist Award for her ongoing series with the tentative title "Wolf Story", looking at the aftermath of the Caucasus War through the memory and identity of self-exiled ex-soldier.
For the 8th time The Aftermath Project Foundation team go above and beyond to declare that the War Is Only Half the Story!
You may help to get the new book out in the world by pre-ordering the Vol 8! Or by purchasing one of the signed photos from Olga Ingurazova's 'Scars of independence' project, as well as the signed images by her hard-working 'comrades-in-photo arms' Diàna Markosian, Luca Locatelli, Philippe Dudouit and Javad M. Parsa - all featured in this edition.
More info here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/20505304/war-is-only-half-the-story-volume-8-photo-book?ref=video
The 2015 FotoVisura Grant Group Exhibition will be featured during the 2015 GuatePhoto International Photography.
Featuring Artists: Alvaro Laiz, Linda Forsell, Annie Flannagan, Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Acacia Johnson, Andrea de Franciscis, Andrew Biraj, Anna Boyiazis, Anna Leigh Clem, Brian Driscoll, Erik Hagen, FranAntmann, Juan Rodriguez-Morales, Kim Raff, Nat Ward, NatalieNaccache-Khleif, Olga Ingurazova, Phillip Jung, Ruben Reyes, Sebastian Collett, Tommaso Rada, Valerie Berta
''Dancing Girls'' are dancing on pages of the Courrier International..
The french magazine reproduces pieces of papers coming from all over the world http://www.courrierinternational.com/article/carnet-de-voyage-irreductibles-abkhazes?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook
With cameras in hand, women are leading the way in defining the visual identity of the new east. Reclaiming their gaze from a conservative, male-dominated society, they are exploring gender roles and sexuality, myths and archetypes, the body, landscape and the urban environment. Here's our pick of the female photographers at the head of the pack in picturing the new east. --- Anastasiia Fedorova
Whichever work you enjoy most of these women in 30 UNDER 30, see it as you will, but sustain an open mind, take your time in relishing the imagery and bearing in mind the different experiences of every artist involved.