Vladimir Seleznev (b. 1984) is a visual artist working with art photography and video. Based in Moscow, he is a member of Russian union of photographers and co-founder of Moscow Fine Art school of photography.

The most important part of his professional activities is devoted to personal long-term projects that are centered around intrinsic and territorial transformations of contemporary urban environment, its perception by the individual, feeling of social discomfort and isolation.

Seleznev is a laureate of various photographic awards. His work has been shown on different exhibition areas in Russia and Europe.

Selected awards

2019 - International Photography Grant. Documentary nominee.

2018 - International Photography Grant. Experimental nominee.

2015 - Silver Camera (by Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow). Nomination "Architecture". Prizewinner.

2014 - International Photography Contest "Kontinent Awards". Nomination "Fine Art - Projects". Honorable Mention.

2011 - "Best Photographer of Russia". Professional category, nomination "Fine Art". 1st place.

2011 - International Competition of Arts, Berlin. Nomination "Fine Art". 1st place.

Selected exhibitions

2018 - "Photo Kyiv Fair". Group. Chicago Central House, Kiev, Ukraine.

2017 - "Contemporare landscape". Group. Nu Art Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine.

2015 - «Silver Camera». Group. "Central exhibition hall "Manege", Moscow, Russia.

2014 - «The Third Museum Photobiennale of Contemporary Photography». Group. The Russian Museum, St.-Petersburg, Russia.

2014 - «Silver Camera». Group. The Tsar Tower of Kazansky railway station, Moscow, Russia.

2013 - «Silver Camera». Group. The Tsar Tower of Kazansky railway station, Moscow, Russia.

2011 - «Best Photographer». Group. The Lumiere brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia.

2011 - «German Art Week». Group. Russisches Haus der Wissenschaft und Kultur, Berlin, Germany.

2010 - «Russian Art Week». Group. Moscow House of Artist, Russia.

2007 - "Apple History". Solo. Gallery XXI, Moscow, Russia.


Ancora Gallery. Moscow, Russia
Noema Gallery
. Milan, Italy.