Ciril Jazbec

Ciril Jazbec

Ciril Jazbec was born in Slovenia (1987). He studied management at the Faculty of Economics before moving to London where he studied MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the London College of Communication where he graduated in 2011.

His work has appeared in printed and online magazines – National Geographic, The New York Times, GEO Germany, GEO France, Der Spiegel, The Sunday Times, La Repubblica, WIRED UK, Bloomberg Businessweek, Neu Zürcher Zeitung, Leica Fotografie International, Leica M Magazine, Marie Claire Italy, FOTO8, Reader’s Digest, National Geographic Traveler, Bicycling Magazine USA.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2018

Melting Away, United Photo Industries, NYC, USA
If Slovenia Were, Voies Off Gallery, ARLES, France
Balkan trails, Archaeological museum in Osijek, Croatia

2017
Balkan Trails, Format International Photography Festival, UK
Refugee, The Annenberg Space for Photography, Newseum, Washington, DC, USA

2016
Refugee, The Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles, USA
On Thin Ice, Lumix – Festival for young photojournalism, Germany

2015
On Thin Ice, Format International Photography Festival, UK
On Thin Ice, Les Boréales Festival, Caen, France
On Thin Ice, Fotogalerija Stolp, Maribor, Slovenia
On Thin Ice, Magnum 30 under 30, Birmingham, UK
The Other Hundred, Format International Photography Festival, UK

2014
On Thin Ice, Les Rencontres d’ARLES, France
On Thin Ice, Galerija Fotografija, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Waiting to move, Leica Gallery, Salzbourg, Austria
Waiting to move, Leica Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
The Other Hundred, East Wing Gallery, Dubai, UAE
On Thin Ice, Fipcom, Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris
Leica Oskar Barnack Award, Bratislava’Month of Photography, Slovakia
Leica Oskar Barnack Award, Photofestiwal, Lodz, Poland
Kiribati is Gone, Survive, Well Gallery, LCC, London
Greenland, Lensculture Exposure Awards, LCC, London
Greenland, Environmental, Royal Geographical Society, London

2013
Waiting to move, Leica Oskar Barnack Award, Les Recontres d’Arles, France
Kiribati is Gone, Slovenian contemporary portrait, Fábrica de Braço de Prata, Lisbon
Alienation, Simulaker Gallery, Novo mesto, Slovenia

2012
Kiribati is Gone, Shipley Focus’d Gallery, Bradford, UK
Kiribati is Gone, Fotopub, Novo mesto, Slovenia
Kiribati is Gone, AOP Student Awards, Hoxton Gallery, London

2011
Kiribati is Gone, Neither Snake nor Lizard, LCC Gallery, London