Anna Radchenko

Russian Federation


biography under completion

Anna Radchenko is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist from Moscow, who now resides in London.

Her specialisations are fashion photography and film, and art installations. Graduating with a distinction in MA Fashion Photography from the illustrious London College of Fashion, Radchenko’s films have been selected for the world’s major fashion film festivals including London, Milan, Los Angeles and more. In terms of vision, she blends high fashion with the surreal to create content that is both optically arresting and memorable. Apart from fashion, Radchenko works on the ongoing art project Melancholy Rooms, creating installations about contemporary society issues.

Anna Radchenko has produced both editorial and commercial work for esteemed publications and brands such as Schön!, Collezioni, WD, Idol, Milan Shopping, Ganor Dominic and others.

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Victoria house, London 17-22 Feb 2015

Hoxton Gallery, London 25-30 June 2015

Photo Masters, Old Truman Brewery, London October 2015

Photo Masters, Old Truman Brewery, London October 2016

‘VENTURES’, Open Walls Gallery, Berlin. Jan 2017

Editorial and Commercial Work:

Milan Shopping
Ganor Dominic
Krasimira Stoyneva
IA London

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