He lives and works in Moscow.
Born 1991 in Arkhangelsk, Russia.
He graduated from the Fine Art School in Moscow (2013).
I started doing photography merely following the instinct. I discovered it as a means of expressing my perception of the world and aesthetic views. The purpose of my work currently is a reflection of love towards this life, which is basically very harmonious and I’m just trying to get to know this world by perception, through art. Altogether I’m longing to discover my true self by means of photography.
The impressionists had a great influence on my creative self-determination. Their concentration on studying the light, the air, the color. Amid all the photographers I find Hiroshi Sugimoto’s minimalist artworks to be the closest for me.
Landscape is my basic genre. The meditativeness and perfection of nature is what really gets me carried away. And photography is a tool that has a special creative power to let the viewer have a spiritual dialogue through personal aesthetic categories. I address to the viewer directly, revealing the ideal world free of all odds. The world of endless broad horizons, quietness and serenity.
2017, Photogvphy Grant. Nominated category nature. Series "Gold bottom".
2016, The Best of Russia 2016. Winner. (Russia)
2016, INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS (IPA) RUSSIA. (USA). Winner:
Gold Fine Art: Landscape.Series "Okoem"
Silver Editorial: General News.Series "Republic of Crimea"
Honorable Mention. Other. Series "Dream"
Honorable Mention. Family of Man.Childhood Series "Everyday life"
2016, Photogvphy Grant. Nominated category city. Series "Republic of Crimea".
2016, Young photographers of Russia. Finalist. Series "Okoem" (Russia)
2016, Young Talents of Image 2015. Landscape Category.FPmagazine
2015, PX3.Honorable Mention. Fine Art : Architecture Pro. (France)
2015, Young photographers of Russia. Finalist. Series "MKAD" (Russia)
2014, Polar perspective. Winner. Nominations: Nature of the North, series "Along roads" (Russia)
2014, IPA.Honorable Mention. Fine Art : Still Life Non-Pro, series "Breakfast" (USA)
2014, Best photographer.Finalist. Nominations: still life (Russia)
2013, Silver camera 2014.Nominee. Nominations: architecture (Russia)
2017, Photo Decor Market. Flacon desing space.Moscow. Russia.
2017, The Best of Russia. Winzavod centre for contemporary art. Moscow. Russia.
2016, Young photographers of Russia, Pushchino (Moscow region). Russia.
2015, Asia-Europe Foundation, Luxembourg, Singapore, Belgium,Mongolia.
2015, Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow.Russia.
2015, Festival Architettura in Città. Sala mostre Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo, Turin. Italy.
2015, Young photographers of Russia, Pushchino (Moscow region). Russia.
2014, Museum of the History of exploration and development of Norilsk industrial region, Norilsk.Russia.
2014, ImPRESSion Photo Contest, Cyprus. Limassol.
2014, Grishashvili Tbilisi History Museum , Tbilisi. Georgia.
2014, Tsar tower, Moscow.Russia.
2013, Workshops of Culture, Lublin. Poland.
2014, FOTO&VIDEO (August) Magazine. Publication series "Chaotic Colors".
2014, Bleek Magazine. Online magazine art photography.
Yevgeny Nakonechnyy is a photographer who reflects his own lyrical worldview through art. He regards the essence of the surrounding reality as something extremely harmonious and magical.
Yevgeny doesn’t seek to shock or provoke the viewer. But like a true artist, he conveys the reality in a true and sensitive manner which makes you marvel. His works give you a chance to see the world through different eyes, find yourself in various cities and towns feeling all the beauty and charm of those places through the moment captured. The viewer is left face to face with a stunning unreal landscape.
Concentration, serenity and creation would probably be the best words to depict his works.
The artist’s work with color and light demands special attention. He balances shades and gradients in such a way that the horizon gets blurry uniting the elements and revealing the infinite, rationally incomprehensible. Sharp contrasts of shapes used by the artist subconsciously make you think of Mark Rothko, astonishing by how picturesque photography may appear to be.
Ekatherina Litvinova. Art Critic. Curator. Russia.
You can buy prints of archival quality. Print on paper Hahnemühle.
All prints are signed and include certificate of authenticity.
The price depends on the edition and size prints.
Most works limited to 5 copies.
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