Kristyna Erbenova

Fragile moments depicts a series of restful, serene images, suspended in time, each in some private ecstasy of solitude. It refers to those instants caught in time when people are found in a state of absolute abandonment, 'ceasing', and freeing themselves from this world. Moments when we can let go. Thanks to this isolation we can return to our inner being and our own personal world of impressions.

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1 Hour of Lockdown I spent one of my daily dog walks capturing imahges around the Salford area of Manchester hoping to encapsulate the feeling of abandoned normality and claustrophobia during the...
One of my daily quarantine affairs is heading over to the rooftop of my building to watch the sea from afar. Nearly everyday, there are fishermen who head out to catch their daily meals. It's...
When the Coronavirus news began taking over the world and one country after the other went into lockdown I became more and more paralysed. As my inbox filled up with cancelled shoots and refund...
Fragile moments depicts a series of restful, serene images, suspended in time, each in some private ecstasy of solitude. It refers to those instants caught in time when people are found in a...
1 Hour Of Lockdown I spent one  hour walking the streets of Salford near Manchester capturing the affects of the lockdown The full 13 image series shows the abandoned societal norms and...
This image wasn't created during the crisis but I think sums up the rule of social distancing and the islation that can be created during this time. 
Since coming home from school, I have felt the need to take a self portrait a day in quarantine, in order to keep myself from going insane. Some of these self portraits include my mother, as she is...
Empy streets in Athens, Georgia - rainy Spring day during coronovirus lockdown.
Try to get inspired with everything you have home and try to tell something with them,something about your feelings. A representation of an inner state of consciousness.
The photo was taken during the Covid19 pandemic.  A nurse looks at the horizon from a window with a look of hope.
Who needs pearls when you've got toilet paper? The Coronavirus crisis has forced us to reassess our reality, to reassess what is important to us and what is not. Who'd have ever thought that we'd...
It was the day my boyfriend came back from a long holiday and found London way different then it was and me a little paranoid and sad. I took this photo from our garden when there was a window...
Quarantine life,my flatmate (and friend for over ten years)now working from home. And for the live meetings you just need to wear a shirt
only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...
Triage This is a time when hospitals have to decide who to treat first and who to keep waiting. This picture depicts a man laying in a pool of blood (represented by the red blanket), waiting...

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