About Paulina Korobkiewicz


1993 in Suwałki, Poland

Lives and Works:

London, United Kingdom


Photography (First-Class Honours BA Degree), Camberwell College of Arts, London, United Kingdom, 2015
Diploma Degree, Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design, Warsaw, Poland, 2012


Prix Pictet HOPE (nomination), Pictet Group, London, United Kingdom, 2018
Belfast Photo Festival Open Submission (short, Belfast Photo Festival, Belfast, Ireland, 2017
Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award (n, Photo London and RBB Economics, London, United Kingdom, 2017

About the artist

Paulina Korobkiewicz (b. 1993, Suwałki, Poland) is a photographer based in London. Her work explores public space, particularly in the urban context. She uses bookmaking, and derives inspiration from her hometown, documenting the ambiguity and contradictions of aesthetic choices in the region.

In 2015, she graduated from BA Fine Art Photography at Camberwell College of Arts. Her work has been exhibited internationally and has been featured in a variety of publications. Paulina is the winner of Camberwell Book Prize 2016, and was nominated for Prix Pictet 2018, Magnum Photos Graduate Photographers Award 2017; shortlisted for Belfast Photo Festival Open Submission 2017, Bar Tur Photobook Award 2015 and selected for Creative Review & JCDecaux Talent Spotting Guide 2015.

George Greenhill

The Insider George Greenhill says:

"Paulina Korobkiewicz’s photography explores the aesthetics of Post-Soviet culture. The architectural features attributed to communism - its monumentality, homogeneity and uniformity, began to change as a result of its collapse in 1989. Korobkiewicz captures the impact of this change on the urban environment. "

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