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Andrej Krementschouk

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Name  Andrej Krementschouk
Role  Photographer
Books  Come Bury Me

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Education  Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

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Andrej Krementschouk (Russian: Андрей Кременчук, Andrei Krementschuk; born 2 May 1973 in Gorki, Soviet Union) is a photographer who is based in Leipzig. His first book, No Direction Home, received several awards and international attention.

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Andrej Krementschouk - Heimat. Chernobyl


Works

  • 2008–2011 Zone Chernobyl
  • 2005–2007 No Direction Home
  • 2006–2010 Come Bury Me
  • Solo exhibitions

  • 2009 — "No Direction Home", Filipp Rosbach Galerie (Leipzig); Galerie Clara Maria Sels (Düsseldorf)
  • 2009 — "Krementschouk Andrej, Photographie", Kunstverein Recklinghausen (Recklinghausen)
  • 2011 — »Heimat - Chernobyl«, Galerie Clara Maria Sels (Düsseldorf)
  • 2011 — »Zone Heimat. Chernobyl«, Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, ZEPHYR - Raum für Fotografie / C4.9b, (Mannheim)
  • 2011 — »No Direction Home«, in Studio im Hochhaus - Kunst und Literaturwerkstatt, Berlin
  • 2011 — «No Direction Home», Blue Sky, the Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, Portland USA
  • Group exhibitions

  • 2008 — "Friction and Conflict", Kalmar Konstmuseum (Kalmar)
  • 2008 — "Russische Variationen", Painting and Photography. Drostei, Pinneberg bei Hamburg
  • 2008 — "Good prospects: Young German photography 2007—2008", Martin-Gropius-Bau (Berlin); Deichtorhallen (Hamburg)
  • 2010 — "The City. Becoming and Decaying", C/O Berlin, International Forum For Visual Dialogues, Berlin; Bayrischen Versicherungskammer (Munich)
  • 2010 — FotoDoks 2010 – Documentary Photofestival, Munich
  • 2010 — F/STOP 4. Internationales Fotografiefestival, Leipzig
  • 2011 — "The City. Becoming and Decaying", Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg
  • 2011 — "The Street of Enthusiasts", exhibition by Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung and Morat Institute, Berlin, Kiew, Warschau, Gartow, Freiburg, Hamburg, Brussel
  • Awards / Grants

  • 2010 PDN Photo Annual 2010 — «No Direction Home»
  • 2009 Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2010 silver prize winner, No Direction Home
  • 2007-2008 No Direction Home at "Gute Aussichten – junge deutsche Fotografie" ("Good prospects: Young German photography") 2007–2008
  • References

    Andrej Krementschouk Wikipedia


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