Dino Kuznik

 

BIO

Dino Kužnik is a New York based Photographer and Graphic Designer, originally from Slovenia, Europe.

He uses photography as a medium to immortalize scenes that are aesthetically unique, with an emphasis on color and composition.

Solitude is a driving factor behind Dino's photographs. His work reflects a peaceful state of mind, one only attainable after total immersion within the environment he works in.

Experienced as a journalistic photographer and retoucher, he now mostly focuses on his personal body of work – a documentation of the American Landscape, whilst experimenting with different techniques.

ACHIEVEMENTS & EXHIBITIONS

URBAN 2019 Photo Awards, Jury 2019, 2019

Daisie 100Official Selection, 2018

Sony World Photography Awards 2017 ShortlistLandscape Category, 2017

Photo Plus Expo Competition 2016Your New York Minute, First Place Winner in the Brooklyn Category, 2016

Jury Award Winners for Animation Short, Fanima.tu Festival, 2009

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Observations in the OrdinaryDetroit, USA, 2019 (upcoming)

Street Sans FronitèresParis, France, 2019

Antihero Press Group Show - On Vulnerability Zine Release, New York, 2019

Trieste Photo Days - Street Sans FronitèresTrieste, Italy, 2018

Voices Off Festival - Image Nation ArlesArles, France, 2018

Street Sans FronitèresParis, France, 2018

Good Aesthetics go to Heaven No. 3, New York, US, 2018

The Creator Class Exhibits: Change of Space, Toronto, Canada, 2017

Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr Exhibition, London, UK, 2017

Photo Plus Expo ExhibitionNew York, USA, 2016

Solo DIY Exhibition ROG, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2016

PUBLICATIONS

Shaped by the West, AINT-BAD, 2019 (Upcoming)

Observations in the OrdinarySubjectively Objective, 2019

Chapter Magazine, Issue II - "Concepts", Plastic Media, 2019

Lufthansa Magazin, June Issue, Lufthansa, 2019

On VulnerabilityAntihero Press, 2019

Late Starting DawnPomegranate Press, 2018

M-magIssue #5, 2018

MetamorphosisDIY Production, 2016

New Edge Magazine, Issue #5, 2015

Ena Rola Filma, Issue #5, 2013

 

 

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