List of photobooks by Anokhina, Ekaterina

Ekaterina Anokhina (b. 1983) is a visual artist working in medium of photography. She lives and works in Moscow, Russia. Her interests in both psychology and photography have defined her artistic interest in the personal, emotional, imaginary.
Photo : ©Anokhina

Ekaterina Anokhina (b. 1983) is a visual artist working in medium of photography. She lives and works in Moscow, Russia. Her interests in both psychology and photography have defined her artistic interest in the personal, emotional, imaginary.
Photo : ©Anokhina


Her graduation work – a self-published photobook 25 weeks of winter was first presented at the Vienna Photobook Festival and was highly appreciated by experts - the book became part of the book collection of Ostlicht gallery.


After the successful debut in Vienna the book was re-published by Peperoni books in September 2013. Her second book Inner Mongolia was released in collaboration with Dienacht publishing in November 2013. In February 2014 Ekaterina has been invited to be a photographer-in-residence at OstLicht Gallery (Vienna, Austria).


In autumn 2014 Ekaterina became the winner of the International portfolio review at the Photovisa Photofestival in Krasnodar, Russia, and in 2015 her work was among 20 best portfolios at the International portfolio review in St.Petersburg. She was included in the list of 29 best female photographers from Eastern Europe by the Calvert Journal. Her work has been exhibited in Russia, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Slovenia and Italy, and published in photography related online and offline media.

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  • .Sold out.A beautiful inner journey in an unknown place, landscapes and faces, printed in light grey shades on a paper of a sand-like color (the 1st edition was on a grey/blue paper).Publisher's presentation: “And where is it, this place?” “That’s the point, it is nowhere. It is quite impossible to say that it is located anywhere in the geographical...

  • .Sold out.A beautiful inner journey in an unknown place, landscapes and faces, printed in light grey shades on grey/blue paper... Publisher's presentation: “And where is it, this place?” “That’s the point, it is nowhere. It is quite impossible to say that it is located anywhere in the geographical sense. Inner Mongolia is not called that because it is...

  • 25 Weeks of Winter is a small-format intimate diary about the end of a relationship. With a wide variety of seemingly unrelated images, Ekaterina Anokhina tells us the tale of a long winter of the heart, the mourning and lovesickness after a separation and the difficulty and hardship of forgetting and moving on... This book works really well, and - in...

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