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The Power of the Genus


2021

Digital photo

Since early childhood, I have loved everything mystical and mysterious. I like that I can see and feel not only what is on the surface, but also some kind of invisible life.

As a photographer, the focus of my attention is on people, their fears, pains, vices, desires. As I call it, inner demons are something that exists in every person, but not everyone is ready to understand it, accept it, and even more so show it to others. I also pay attention to what excites me as an author, what topics excite, what I want to share with the world.


I am interested in revealing people from the other side, to show them that it is not at all scary to be imperfect, alive and real! Photography is my way of speaking. I don't get hung up on one style, as they say among artists. Why is this so important to me?

 

For a very long time I thought that I would not be understood and accepted. I shot what is popular on social networks, what is trending, and not what I like and care about. Currently, I have come to the conclusion that thinking differently is not bad, but even good. There are no limits in creativity. I feel like a freelance artist and rely only on my inner world. This is the philosophy of my work.

EKATERINA PAVLOVA


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Ekaterina Pavlova is a modern Russian photographer. She was born in Omsk in 1991. Ekaterina studied at Omsk State University named after F.M. Dostoevsky. Graduated with honors from the Faculty of Psychology in 2013. Since 2014, Ekaterina began her creative activity in the field of photography. In 2020-2021, he shoots the first project "Souls" and in the same year organizes an exhibition in the city of Omsk. In the summer of 2021, he became a laureate of the Vienna International Photo Awards. And also received an honorable mention in the ND AWARDS competition. Currently, Katya is working on a new project "Motherhood inside out" and actively participates in competitions and open calls.

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