Lidia Sharapova is a Russian American documentary photographer based in Milwaukee, WI. She grew up in Siberia and moved to the United States in 2013. There she works as a photographer and videographer. Lidia uses documentary photography to explore issues of social identity, gender, minorities, and small communities.
2021 FRESH EYES talents, powered by GUP Magazine
2021 Portrait Of Humanity by 1854 British Journal of Photography, shortlist
2021 2nd Annual International Portrait/Fashion Exhibition by Analog Film Photography Association
2021 | Queering the Cream City, billboard art exhibition | Milwaukee, WI
2021 | As We Are, Solo exhibition | Bay View Gallery Night, Milwaukee, WI
2020 | Love, and Loss, and Resilience, Group exhibition | SXSE, Molena, GA
2020 | I Witness, Group exhibition | Warehouse gallery, Milwaukee, WI
2019 | Street Photography, Solo exhibition | Bay View Gallery Night, Milwaukee
2019| COPA, Group exhibition | Art Bar, Milwaukee, WI
PRESENTATION / ARTIST TALK:
January 2021 “COPA Spotlight”, Milwaukee, WI
March 2019 “These Milwaukee Streets” with Olympus, Milwaukee, WI
2019 — 2021 School of Modern Photography Docdocdoc, St.Petersburg, Russia
October 2013 “The Eddie Adams Workshop XXVI”, Jeffersonville, New York.
2012 — 2013 “Photojournalism” by Sergey Maximishin. School of visual arts, Moscow, Russia.
1999 — 2004 M.S. Industrial & Civil Engineering, Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, Moscow, Russia.