Photographer Spotlight: Alexey Titarenko
Award-winning photographer Alexey Titarenko was born in St.Petersburg but has been working in both New York City and his hometown since 2005. His haunting and lyrical black-and-white photographs look both hyper-real and dreamlike. Check out this website here and view more of his work.
According to his biography on his website, you can check out examples of his work in person at the following national and international museums (including, I'm glad to note, one Philly museum: The State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg); the Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art (USA); George Eastman House (Rochester, N.Y.); the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston); the Museum of Fine Arts (Columbus, Ohio); the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston); the Museum of Photographic Arts (San Diego); the Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College (Mass.); the European House of Photography (Paris); the Southeast Museum of Photography (Daytona Beach, Fla.); the Santa Barbara Museum of Fine Arts (Cal.); the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University (N.J.); the Reattu Museum of Fine Arts (Arles); and the Musée de l’Elysée Museum for Photography (Lausanne).