Maxim Mjödov is a fine art photographer, born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1983. Fascinated with emulsion based photography, he entirely dedicated himself to studying it starting from 2003 and began to experiment in search of expressive forms and photographic possibilities as a tool for acquiring knowledge about and analysing his own and surrounding life. The main themes of his work: relationships in modern society, transformation and influence of landscape, perception of time, narrative and poetry in photography.



Selected events and exhibitions:

2022 - Estonian and Finnish Analogue Photography Today (group exhibition). Jaani Almhouse Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia.
2022 - Hope — Childhood in Contemporary Estonian Documentary Photography (group exhibition) Tallinn, Estonia.
2022 - Huntenkunst (group exhibition) Ulft, Netherlands.
2019 - Eesti Fotokunstimess. Tallinn, Eesti.
2018 - The Others (group exhibition), Photoville, New York
2018 - Holiday. Documentary photo centre, Tallinn, Estonia
2017 - Eesti Fotokunstimess. Tallinn, Eesti.
2017 - Besuch aus Tallinn (group exhibition).RAUMSECHS gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany.
2017 - Self defence. Draakoni gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2016 - Extensions Vol.III (group exhibition), Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia
2014 - Russian Album. Evald Okas museum, Haapsalu, Estonia
2014 - Russian Album. Kunstihoone galerii, Tallinn, Estonia
2013 - Red Square. Courttree gallery, New York, USA
2009 - Maha Shivaratri. Space gallery, Mumbai, India
2008 - Ticking away the moments. DR Theatre, Tallinn, Estonia

Selected publications:

Aint-Bad Magazine
New York Times
Landscape stories
National Geographic


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