faculty
Alexey Yurenev
faculty

Alexey Yurenev

Alexey Yurenev is a Russian-American photographer, multidisciplinary storyteller and an educator, working on the subjects of memory and truth. His work spans approaches from analogue photography to synthetic imagery. After graduating the documentary program at the International Center of Photography in 2018, Yurenev’s long-form projects have been featured in The New York Times and National Geographic. At the start of the pandemic, together with Fred Ritchin and a group of ICP alumni, Yurenev co-founded an online publication - FOTODEMIC.org, dedicated to the exploration of innovative visual strategies. Yurenev is currently working on a project called Silent Hero, using artificial intelligence to recover lost memory of his grandfather’s experience during WWII.

Photo: Samantha Sutcliffe

ICP Involvement

Program Documentary Practice and Visual...
Program Documentary Practice: Visual...