Kristina Syrchikova photographer


About

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Kristina Syrchikova is a documentary photographer and a visual storyteller. Since 2012 member of The Russian Union of Art Photographers.

Based in Samara, Russia

kristina@syrchikova.name


Publications

Musee Magazine (USA), Der Greif (Germany), COLTA.RU (Russia), Takie Dela (Russia), IM Magazine, F-Stop Magazine, Positive Magazine, Echo of Moscow (Russia), Snob (Russia), Expert, DOT photozine (USA), Foto&video, Karl Fuchs, Science and Life (Russia), Russian reporter, PERFORMANCE, Lenscratch, Splash & Grab, Bird In Flight, Dodho Magazine, Lenta.ru, Plateform magazine, FOG (Germany), London Independent Photography, Russian Life.

Exhibitions and screens (selected)

2017
R-evolution — Immagina Lanciano 2017, Polo Museale Santo Spirito, Lanciano, Italy
2017
Orvieto Fotografia 2017, Palazzo Coelli, Orvieto, Italy
2016
Invasion, PhotoVisa, Typography Cultural Center, Krasnodar, Russia
2016
Third Documentary Photography Days, Photography Foundation of Turkey, Istanbul, Turkey (screen)
2016
Evolution of sight. 1991−2016, Photobiennale 2016, Central exhibition hall Manege, Moscow, Russia (screen)
2016
Micro Slideluck Graz, Graz, Austria (screen)
2016
The Kolga Photo Award, organised by Kolga Tbilisi Award, Georgia
2016
Slideluck Bydgoszcz, в рамках Vintage Photo Festival 2016, Bydgoszcz, Poland (screen)
2015
ESPY award, Elysium Gallery, Swansea, Great Britain (screen)
2015
Portrait Salon 2015, The Embassy Tea Gallery, London
2015
Funeral dress, solo exhibition in the framework of International festival of photography “Photoparade in Uglich”, Uglich, Russia
2015
Photomania, The Baltic Photo Biennale, Kalinigrad, Russia
2015
Young man in the 21st century, Kaunas, Lithuania
2015
The 5th World Biennial of Student Photography, Novi Sad, Serbia
2015
Young photographers of Russia-2015, Pushchino, Russia
2015
SLIDELUCK Manila II, Quezon City, Philippines (screen)
2014
PhotoVisa, Krasnodar, Russia
2014
The third museum photobiennale of contemporary photography, The Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2014
Young photographers of Russia-2014, Plyos, Russia
2013
Young photographers of Russia, Vilnius Gallery of Photograhy, Vilnius, Lithuania
2013
Without barriers, Gallery “FotoSoyuz”, Moscow, Russia
2013
Alignment on Samara, Gallery “Novoe prostranstvo”, Samara, Russia
2013
Polar perspective, Norilsk, Russia
2013
Three views, Museum of Art Nouveau, Samara, Russia
2013
Young photographers of Russia-2013, Plyos, Russia
2012
Youth of Russia-2012, Moscow, Russia

Grants and awards (selected)

2016
XV Youth Delphic Games Russia (gold Medal)
2016
The Kolga Photo Award, organised by Kolga Tbilisi Award, Georgia (shortlisted)
2016
New Talents, organised by Belgrade Photo Month, Serbia (shortlisted)
2015
ND Awards 2015, Photojournalism / Story nomination (honorable mention)
2015
Efremov Report Photography Competition, Federal reportage nomination (second place)
2015
X Open Youth Delphic Games of the CIS Member States (gold medal)
2015
XIV Youth Delphic Games Russia (gold medal)
2015
MIFA Photo Awards 2015, Editorial-Photo Essay nomination (honorable mention)
2014
Young photographers of Russia 2014 (winner)
2014
International festival of photography “Photoparade in Uglich” (winner of portfolio review)
2014
XIII Youth Delphic Games Russia (gold medal)
2014
I Open Youth European Delphic Games (gold medal)
2013
State grate in the arts and culture for creative projects
2013
XII Youth Delphic Games Russia (gold medal)
2013
VIII Open Youth Delphic Games of the CIS Member States (gold medal)
2013
Young photographers of Russia 2013 (winner)
2013
Polar Perspective-2013, Nominations “People” and “City” (awardee)
2012
Russian photo contest “Youth of Russia-2012” (grand prix)

Collections

The State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Education

Fotodepartament Institute — Documentary photography and photojournalism, Saint Petersburg, Russia (2014−2015)
Samara State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering — Information Systems and Technology, Samara, Russia (2009−2015)
Academy for Photography, Samara, Russia (2010−2014)