The 2022 Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize exhibition presents the nominated projects from this year’s shortlisted artists, Anastasia Samoylova, Jo Ractliffe, Deana Lawson and Gilles Peress. Through June 12, 2022
BBC article by Andrew Dickson about the recent group exhibition American in Crisis at Saatchi Gallery, London
Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk, VA
December 24, 2021 — May 29, 2022
“FloodZone” is an expansive and ongoing photographic series, responding to environmental changes in America’s coastal cities, with a particular focus on Florida, where the artist has lived since 2016. Anastasia Samoylova (b.1984, Moscow, Russia) finds herself between paradise and catastrophe, but her record of climate crisis is less inclined to direct reportage than lyrical evocation.
From flood warnings to the Troubles, these images from the four award nominees document the intimate alternatives to preconceived histories. Published March 24, 2022
'Climate Change as You’ve Never Seen It Before: “FloodZone” by Anastasia Samoylova'
Art Papers review of floodzone at University of South Florida
NY Review Article focusing on how climate change is influencing local ecosystems in South Florida
Burnaway article on how the artist Anastasia Samoylova captures water through a camera lens
Document Journal article focusing on the rising sea levels threatening Florida
Hyperallergic Article providing commentary on the subject matter of the Floodzone series