Ekaterina Zershchikova is a German-Russian photographer. Currently she is living in Berlin, where she is studying Photography at the Ostkreuzschule.
“In my childhood I experienced the transition of the Soviet Union. What was valid and familiar in the past soon became outdated, certainties and the collective structures that had been established up until then lost their substance. Having moved from Russia to Germany I had to find myself anew in a very different setting.
To this day I am still interested in how we as individuals embed ourselves in given structures, seek out our own life, and how each of us deals with changes without losing ourselves. Most of my questions revolve around collective and personal identity: growing up, our heritage, belonging to different communities. And how these experiences might connect and define us.”
Kunstmuseum Bochum (Bochum, 2020). Vonovia Award group exhibition – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov
Schloss Biesdorf (Berlin, 2019). Group exhibition “Fernwärme” – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov
Aperture Gallery (New York, 2019). LensCulture group exhibition “Beyond Boundaries” – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov
LensCulture Portrait Award, Juror’s Selection by Lucy Conticello (Netherlands, 2019) – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov
Felix Schoeller Photo Award, Shortlisted (Germany, 2019). Category: Best Work by an Emerging Photographer – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov
Vonovia Award, Shortlisted (Germany, 2019) – Vera, Nadezhda, Lubov