Vlad Zorin, artist/photographer

Russian born, Moscow/Paris based. 
Vlad was born in Chelyabinsk. Since teenage years, he has been working as a photographer. At the age of 15 he moved to Moscow.

Vlad’s artistic language was formed from the analysis of male sexuality, sensuality, and youth experience. Such projects as Hare and God, inspired by Vlad’s partner and muse Yulian, became a personal manifesto of love and public call for freedom. Vlad explores the themes of personal freedom, the new generation experience, and the reflection of sexuality.

In June 2019, Zorin’s first personal exhibition Hare was held in Moscow at Cube.Moscow. Art pieces from the project participated in Phillips Charity Auction, Paddle8 online auction and also became a part of the Boys Boys Boys book by Ghislain Paslcal with Elton John AIDS Foundation. Since then they continue to cooperate.

In February 2020 he collaborated with the French brand Ludovic de Saint-Sernin, for which he shot an ad campaign. In March 2020 he collaborated with Swarovski for their 125th anniversary.

In December 2021 Vlad presented his first book With Love from Russia.

Today, Vlad’s works are presented in private collections in Moscow, Paris, London and New York.

Year

2020

2019

2021

2019

 

2020

2019

2021

2019

2022

2021

2020

2019

Solo shows

God, online exhibition

Hare, Cube.Moscow, Moscow 

 

Group shows

If You Love, Let It Go, by Obdnnie, Richter, Moscow

Gentle Tuesday, Gallery Osnova, Moscow

 

Auctions

Blue Art Foundation online auction

Phillips Charity Auction for ICA Moscow

Boys! Boys! Boys! Spring (Vol.4) at Paddle8

 

Books

With Love from Russia by Vlad Zorin, 

Boys, Boys, Boys by Ghislain Pascal with Elton John AIDS Foundation

Press

Coolhunting, interview

Star Observer, article

Los Angeles Blade, article

i-D, interview

TV Rain, interview

Vogue Russia, interview

GQ Germany, interview

The Art Newspaper Russia, interview

i-D, interview

Vogue France, article

Odda, interview

The Blueprint, interview

Harper's Bazar Kazakhstan, interview