Sandra Ratkovic


Sandra Ratkovic (\*1980, Frankfurt/Main) is a photographer from Berlin, with a Master's degree in Art History (University of Frankfurt/Main) and a photography education at imago Fotokunst Berlin. Sandra Ratkovic just published a photo book about Moscow (monograph, Hatje Cantz publishing company) including an introductory note about her work by Wladimir Kaminer. Her exhibitions include Atelier Alen, Munich (2016, 2017), Wigan Arts Festival (UK, 2017) Athens Photo Festival, Benaki Museum, Athens (Greece) (2017), Not und Spiele, Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin (2017), transition, PS Mirabel, Manchester (UK) (2016), London Art Fair (repr. by Atelier Alen) (2016) She is also curating art exhibitions, i.e. “Digital Fairy Tales”, International Media Art based on German fairy tales from the 19th century, the exhibition was shown at IFP Media Center, New York, and projected onto the Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA, as well as exhibited at the Runtingerhaus (city archive) in Regensburg, Germany (October 2016). Awards: Cover photo and photography project published in ”Best of 10 years Zenith Photography Award”, Honourable Mention Moscow Photo Festival (2017). Sandra Ratkovic's photography projects were published in international media, such as Spiegel, Zeit, Welt, Taz, Deutsche Welle Russia, Lomography, Deutschlandradio, Kaltblut Magazine, Kwerfeldein Fotomagazin, Fotohits, Black Iris Journal, fluter, Canada L'Express, Tagesanzeiger Switzerland and many more.

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