Tereza Kozinc (1985) is a Slovenian author and photographer, who finished her studies at the Institute and Academy for Multimedia in Ljubljana. She had lived in Greece and after in Paris – at the heart of her work is the search for and questioning of a utopian home, emotionally as well as geographically. Tereza’s work stretches between diary and documentary photography, characterised by a minimalist reality that grows into surreality. She often leaves questions unanswered and plays with fragments of her daily life; her series spread from the north of Japan to the south of her kitchen. The artist’s more recent work is influenced by her motherhood, feminism and work in the darkroom, intertwining the roles of mother and artist, but remaining at its core in the artist's signature style.


She is the winner of the Fotofever prize in Paris, a Futures platform artist and is a part of the Reflexions 2.0 community. The Guardian chose her photograph as one of the best works presented at Photo Basel 2023, and in the same year the artist's photography book 7AM was published by the French publishing house IIKKI, in which she and the co-author, Klavdij Sluban, present work dedicated to their son. At Photo Basel 2024, Kozinc is nominated for the Maurice de Mauriac x photo basel award. Simultaneously, she has been chosen as “annabelle’s choice” by the annabelle magazine, one of the fair’s key media partners, which has been focusing on topics related to women since 1938.

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