Julia Abzaltdinova was born in Yekaterinburg in 1984.
She lives in Moscow and Ekaterinburg. 

 

Education:

 

2014-2015 – Photodepartment.Institute (Nadia Sheremetova's workshop "Photo. Post graduate»), St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2011-2014 – The Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia (the course of Documentary Photography by Valeriy Nistratov), Moscow

 

2001-2006 – Ural State Economic University (Degree in Economics), Ekaterinburg, Russia

 

 

​Solo exhibitions:

 

2020 – exhibition of the CHAD, Bogorodskoye Gallery (Association “Exhibition Halls of Moscow”), Moscow


2018 – exhibition of the Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

2018 – exhibition of the Krasnodar regional art museum of F.A. Kovalenko, Krasnodar, Russia

 

2017 – exhibition of the Palace of the Deputy, Tobolsk Kremlin, Tobolsk, Russia

2017 – exhibition of the The Big Game project, Boris Yeltsin Museum, Ekaterinburg, Russia

2017 – exhibition of the The Big Game project, Kaliningrad museum «Friedland Gates», Kaliningrad, Russia

2017 – exhibition of the The Big Game project, Сenter for contemporary culture «Smena», Kazan, Russia

2017 – exhibition of the The Big Game project, Voronezh center of the contemporary arts, Voronezh, Russia

 

2007-2010 – «My Japan» House of Peace and Peoples' Friendship, House of Scientists, Japan Center, Ekaterinburg, Russia

 

 

Group exhibitions:

2020 - «What Women Want», Park Gallery (Association “Exhibition Halls of Moscow”), Moscow

 

2019 - «The Man Playing», Ark Gallery, Moscow

2019 – 10th edition Phodar Biennial, Sofia, Bulgaria


2017 – «Young photography 2017», festival «Presence», St. Petersburg, Russia

2016 – book exhibition «Special edition: The photobook in Russia», the Photographic museum House of Metenkov, Ekaterinburg, Russia

2016 – short list «Point on the map», Fotoparad in Uglich, Uglich, Russia

2016 – «At the intersection of times», Fotoparad in Uglich, Uglich, Russia

2016 – short list of the Young Photographers of Russia festival, Pushchino, Russia

 

2015 – short list of the competition «Fotomaniya-2015», Baltic Biennial of the photo, Kaliningrad, Russia

2015 – «Voices», Gallery A3, Moscow

2015 – «The life he lived, and still alive. Tribute B.U.Kashkinu», Museum of Soviet naive, Perm, Russia

2015 – «The life he lived, and still alive. Tribute B.U.Kashkinu», NCCA, Ekaterinburg, Russia

2015 – «Space of Siberia», Gallery of Fine Arts, Barnaul, Russia

2015 – «Holiday», Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

 

2014 – «Radar», ViennaPhotoBookFestival, Vienna, Austria

2014 – «The city in which you can», Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

2014 – «1:0», theatre «The Practice», Moscow

2014 – «I saw lightning», «Udarnik», Moscow

2014 – International festival of a videoart SEYChAS&POTOM'14, Moscow

2013 – Pingyao international photography festival, Pingyao, China

2013 – «Black and white childhood», The Museum Association «Moscow City Museum», Moscow

2013 – «Silver camera ’13», Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow / Moscow House of Photography Museum, Moscow

2013 – «Experiments in Art School. Exploring Ekaterinburg», Ural branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts, Ekaterinburg, Russia

 

2012 – «Element», Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Moscow

2012 – «Light gap», Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Moscow

 

2011 – «Open society», Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Moscow

(Moscow, Russia)

2011 – «Equilibrium», Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Moscow

Residences:

2019 – Camp as one (Anapa, Russia)

2019 – Art-dacha "Ryabushinskie's house" (Vyshny Volochyok, Russia)

Internet-publications:

 

2019

Bird in Flight

2017

document EAST

Aroundart

Bleek Magazine

 

2016

Photogrvphy magazine

Incandescent

IKONA 

 

2015

Bleek Magazine

URBANAUTICA

Такие дела

Чемодан

 

2014 

Liberty.su

 

 

Works are in private collections (Moscow).

 

Member of the Russian Union of Art Photographers.

 

Member of the jury of the Baltic Biennial of the photo in Kaliningrad (2017).