Jana Romanova, Untitled
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Jana Romanova

Untitled, 2011
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Website - JanaRomanova.com

Jana Romanova was born in 1984 in Russia, and earned a degree in journalism from Saint-Petersburg State University. Her long-term documentary projects have been shown in several exhibitions in Russia. In 2011 her works were included in the Backlight Festival exposition (Finland). She has been awarded several international prizes, including PDN's Photo Annual (USA) in 2011 and Blurb's Photography Book Now 2011 in the documentary category. Currently she cooperates with Russian Reporter magazine in Russia and Anzenberger agency worldwide. In 2011 she became a teacher of photography at the Faculty of Photojournalists in Saint-Petersburg.

Posted on Monday, May 28, 2012.

 

 

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