Aneta Nalinska is multidisciplinary photographer and visual artist based in London, UK. Nalinska is driven by her two main passions: people and architecture. Her recent work focuses on female photography, capturing women’s nature and beauty, and discovering the nature of feminism, sisterhood and motherhood. Nalinska also enjoys working with people and letting them tell their stories through her portraiture. Her recent isolation project ‘Self’ focuses on self-portraiture to explore the alienation of our true selves. Isolated from the outside world and stuck with our own mind in the same place for several weeks; it is a time and opportunity to reflect on ourselves and discover ourselves.
Beyond portrait photography, Nalinska is passionate about architectural photography and still life. Her Eastern European origin informs her fascination with brutal architecture and raw structures.
Achievements & Experience
The South West Collective - online Exhibition ' Odyssey'
Photographers in Isolation - featured project 'Self'
The South West Collective – featured as Aspiring Talent 2020.
Photohouse – my photos were selected and featured in the Lockdown Project.
KORI & Daughters of Africa Foundation – online symposium at UWE, my photos were selected and featured on the main website and Instagram
CAVE – UWE Degree Show - organiser, curator, and social media management.
Free Range London Degree Show – organiser, curator (cancelled due to coronavirus).