One of the leading photographers in Ukraine’s new wave has died at the age of 35.
Photographer Armen Parsadanov passed away last week following a period of illness.
Born in Baku, Parsadanov began living and working in Kiev in 2013. His work featured in Ukrainian Vogue and Vogue, as well as L’Officel UA, i-D, Dazed & Confused and Fisheye Magazine.
He also worked with The Calvert Journal on several occasions, most recently showing work from his series Nutshell at the Calvert 22 Foundation’s Post-Soviet Visions exhibition. Parsadanov uses the series to paint a portrait of Kiev’s contemporary creative scene, cutting through the myths and misconceptions of the city created by the media after the 2014 revolution.
To see more of Parsadanov's work, visit his blog by clicking here.