Vladimir Tereshkov is a photographer, photo editor and young curator based in Moscow, Russia. He started working in photography medium and moved to St. Petersburg in 2016. He finished advanced course of the Academy of photojournalism and documentary photography “Fotografika” in 2018. Now Vladimir works on RTVI news channel in Moscow. The job of photo editor helps to be into current agenda and define his own interests as an artist. His ongoing projects are based on his photojournalistic skills and experience.


Vladimir prefers to work with longterm documentary photo projects. Main themes he is working with are social-political discourse and closed communities. 


His works were published in the Eye of Photography, Private Magazine, Bird in Flight, RTVI, Dodho Magazine, JUICE. The projects were represented in group exhibitions in Moscow and Saint Petersburg. 


Since December 2018 Vladimir curates self-organized “Smena” project, thats aim is to represent young Russian artists. He was one of the curators of the first festival of photobooks in Saint Petersburg called PHOTOBOOKZINEPRINTPRESSFEST in October 2019.

Education:

2019 — Summer school workshop «Project photography» (Dubna, Russia)

2018 — «Fotografika» Academy of documentary photography and photojournalism, advanced course (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

2018 — Yuri Kozyrev workshop (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

2018 — Arthur Bondar & Oksana Yushko workshop (Sait-Petersburg, Russia)

2018 — Yana Romanova workshop (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

Exhibitions:

2019 — Group exhibitions «Terrain orientation», gallery «Fotografika» (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

2019 — Group exhibitions «Terrain orientation», «Summer school» (Dubna, Russia)

2018 — Group exhibitions «Memory card», gallery «Fotografika» (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Curatorial experience:

2019 — Photobookzineprintpressfest, Berthold centre (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

«Smena» project:

2019 — «Smena» project «About body», Kropotkina 11 (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

2019 — «Smena» project «Vector», gallery «U.g.e.» (Saint Petersburg, Russia)

2019 — «Smena» project «Smena», Marata 12 (Saint Petersburg, Russia)