Andrej Vasilenko (born August 26, 1985) is Lithuanian documentary photographer currently living in Vilnius. He received he's bachelor degree in Photography and Media Arts from Vilnius Academy of Arts in 2009. In the same year he moved to London (UK) and worked and lived there for 5 years until spring of 2014. During the stay in London he took a part in few exhibitions and projects; "Municipality"- Bethnal Green Library, London 2011, "Point of View" - RKB Gallery, London 2013, "Desire, Delirium, Danger, Dada!! On Film" - Whitechapel Gallery, London 2014. In May of 2014 Andrej came back to live to his hometown Vilnius, Lithuania. Since then he started to work on his urban documentary project called "This is Vilnius" and also started to work as art documentation photographer for Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius, Nida Art Colony, Rupert and other galleries and project spaces in Lithuania. Also he photographs performances, portraits and reportages. His project "This is Vilnius" was published in a several magazines; Calvert Journal, Modernists. His images were used as an article illustrations.
Andrej is focused on finding identity of a subject through documentary photography, as well as creating a cinematic, scenographic scenes in his photos.

Clients: Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius; Nida Art Colony; Gallery Vartai; DNB Bank; Baltos Lankos;
Sodu 4; National Gallery of Art, Vilnius; Aexn Studio; Gallery Nulinis Laipsnis; Rupert; The New York Times; Ciobreliai Film Production; Art Box Film Production; Baltic Film Services; Nonsense.tv;

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