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Attention Hub
Who collects AH! artists and why interior and photography need each other?
We see photography not only as a medium or an artwork. It is also a comprehensive collectible item and a unit of market relations. Who among international institutions is interested in young Russian photographic scene and why do image and space compliment each other? Scroll down to find out!
Anastasia Khoroshilova
Attention Hub artists in the world's
biggest art-collections
Attention Hub project has united contemporary artists who have proven to have an independent view, work with current realities, have a market potential and are ready to take a confident position in the art field.

Many Attention Hub's artists are already internationally known, having their works presented in private and institutional collections such as Tate Modern (London), Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow), Stedelijk Museum(Amsterdam) and others.

With this longread, we reveal a few Ah! names, whose photography can be found in the world's biggest international collections.

To meet and support emerging artists by contributing to their practices, please visit Attention Hub catalog where the most comprehensive collection of contemporary Russian photographic prints is presented.
Julia Borissova
Julia Borissova
Julia Borissova is an Estonia-born, St Petersburg-based artist who works with photography, collage, installation and book making. Borissova's works become a place of actualisation for a wide range of topics, among which the central theme is the questioning of truth and fiction. The book is her natural medium to contemplate real stories and blends documentary elements with imaginary things.
Books and prints are collected by...

Tate Modern (London), Victoria and Albert Museum (London), the National Library of Spain (Madrid); Art Museum of Estonia Library (Tallinn); the Bibliographic Collection of The Municipal Archives of Lisbon; Centre for Fine Print Research. UWE (Bristol); Reminders Photography Stronghold (Tokyo); Indie Photobook Library (USA); the Library of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Phoenix Art Museum (USA).
Alexander Anufriev
Alexander Anufriev
Alexander Anufriev is a Moscow-based photographer. He studied photography in Moscow Rodchenko Art School at Igor Moukhin's 3-year documentary programm, 2014 to 2017. Since his graduation Alexander closely work with international magazines.
Collected by...

Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow);
Museum of Modern Art (Moscow);
NordArt Collection (Budelsdorf, Germany).
Anastasia Khoroshilova
Anastasia Khoroshilova
Anastasia Khoroshilova was born in Moscow in 1978. Lives and works in Berlin and Moscow. Studies of photography and history of photography at the University of Duisburg – Essen (Folkwang University of the Arts). Her works were shown in many solo and group shows including 54 Biennale di Venezia (2011) or Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris (2014).
Collected by...

Artphilein Foundation
(Vaduz); Collection Bank Austria (Vienna); Centro per l'Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci Prato (Italien); Collection Citigroup Private Bank (New York); Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena (Modena); Kunsthalle Lingen MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (Vienna); The Margulies Collection (Miami); Moscow Multimedia Complex for Contemporary Arts (Moscow House of Photography) (Moscow); Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Moscow); Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam); Pier 24 Photography (San Francisco); Adrian Riklin Privatstiftung (Vienna); Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn Jerry Speyer (New York); Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam); State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg); Collection UBS AG (Switzerland); Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast (Augsburg).
Maria Morina
Maria Morina
Maria Morina is an award-winning documentary photographer and film maker. Born 1982, Novosibirsk, Russia. Lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia. One of the recipients of the Luma Rencontres Dummy Book Award Arles, 2017. Maria Morina has participated in numerous exhibitions and festivals in Russia and abroad. Her first full-length documentary film, Don't Press Stop, about rap musicians in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, was released in 2017.
Collected by...

Les Rencontres d'Arles
The Open Society Foundation (New York).
Photography in the interior:
reflecting a character

Photography has always been one of the interior-changing objects, that not only reflect an owner's status but show his character, style and beliefs.

Ksenia Sidorova. Cockroaches II Archival print on Baryte paper, Signed, 40x60cm with white border, Edition of 10+2 AP €650

Ksenia Yurkova. Stuffed Rabbit I Inkjet archival pigment print, Signed, 60x90cm, Edition of 7+1 AP €1000

Photography enriches, points out and makes us think and feel.

We invite you to discover these and many other ways, in which photography changes our everyday life.

Irina Zadorozhnaia. Fantom 2017 Plexiglas print, Signed, 100x60, Edition 5 €2000
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Photo on the cover: Alexander Anufriev