Kirill Kuletski was born in Moscow but now lives and works in London.
In the early 1990s he spent two years studying at the Director of Photography for Film and TV faculty within the Russian State Film University (now the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography) and then worked as cameraman on major Russian TV channels. He moved to the United Kingdom in the mid 1990s, where he developed a career as a web and graphic designer. Despite a successful career in design, Kirill’s passion turned towards the medium of photography, and in 2007 he was involved in his first group exhibition called ‘ID’ where he exhibited techniques and experiments in the field of stereo (3D) photography.
Kirill’s most recent work explores the process of using photography as a means to capture mood, and to more closely replicate the exact atmosphere which the photographer experienced at the time when the picture was taken. His images specifically focus on situations where the subject being documented becomes a medium which translates the artist’s state of mind into a visual form – one which can be experienced by others, accurately reflecting the feelings and emotions which were originally encountered.…Read More
2010 December "If You Leave" group show, CAMP (City Arts and Music Project), London, UK
2010 July "Pistol & Fur" group show, We Are Open project, Middlesbrough, UK
2010 June "Untoutched Secrets" group show, Curzon Soho W1, London UK
2010 May "Some quiet advice" group show, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA
2010 April "BIG/BANG/BOUNCE" group show, Shoreditch Church ,E1 London, UK
2007 January “Intact Design" group show, Westbourne Studios, London, UK
If You Leave, Book
German Zeit Wissen Magazine
Tell Mum Everything is Ok Magazine Issue #3
Some Ways to Disappear Magazine Issue #1
Here Comes The Night book project.
Time Out Magazine, London
Guardian News Paper, London
Tatler Magazine, London
Penteados Magazine, Portugal