|Elena Volkova is a Ukrainian-born interdisciplinary artist, working in the medium of photography, installation, and drawing. Her current body of work follows the post-minimalist aesthetic and focuses on liminal space, bringing attention to the everyday overlooked moments.
Volkova has received several recognitions and awards, including Janis Meyer Traveling Fellowship, Hamiltonian Fellowship, Vermont Studio Fellowship, and Stevenson University Faculty Research grant. Volkova’s work has been a part of Art in Embassies program and has been exhibited in Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
She has also been a co-host of the photojournalism podcast, “Ten Frames per Second,” working with J.M. Giordano on a series of interviews with local and international photographers. At Hamiltonian Gallery, Volkova created a series of panel discussions, “On Drawing, Site Specificity, and Questioning Photography,” focused on contemporary art practices.
She was also a producer on “Project Line 180,” a series of video interviews with local artists.
Her work has been exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally. Volkova currently resides in Baltimore and teaches Photography at Stevenson University.