Kseniya Apresian 

Documentary photographer
from Russia, living in Berlin

Recent projects:
Whatever your like
Dear Mom and Dad
Dresscode

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Ksenia Apresian is a russian photographer from Moscow,
currently living in Berlin.

She began to study visual arts in 2011. She is currently working
as a documentary and portrait photographer, interested in such
topics as self-perception, psychology, gender, sexuality
and movement practices. She moved to Berlin in 2018 and continues
to explore personalities of the people around with the help
of her camera.

2020–now
Kunsthochschule Weisensee

2020–2021
Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie,
Sven Marquardt class

2019–2020
Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie,
Michael Grieve class

2018–now
Fotografika school
of documentary photography

2019
Michael Ackerman workshop

2011–2013
British higher school
of Art and Design in Moscow


Publications
Vice magazine, Zeitjung, Dodho, Private photo review,
Lola magazine, Takiedela.ru, Fraction magazine, Curated by girls,
Landscape stories, F-Stop magazine, Bird in flight, Info Europa
(supplement for Die Presse)



Exhibitions

2021
In the evening by Fotobus society, Essen

2020
Group exhibition “OKS19“, Projektraum Bethanien, Berlin

2020
Group online exhibition “Emptiness“, wall-online.ru

2020
Solo exhibition “Dear Mom and Dad“, Das Giftraum, Berlin

2013
Group exhibition “Interactopus”, Artplay, Moscow



Scolarships

2021
Nikon Noor Masterclass with Pep Bonet and Sanne de Wilde



Awards
2020
Shortlist of “Young photographers of Russia“
with “Dear Mom and Dad“ project