Eva A. Kamenetski is a Russian-Ukrainian/American artist that lives and works in Norway. Born in the Russian Arctic, they traveled the world extensively settling for a while in different places across Europe, Southeast Asia, and the U.S. Currently in Tromsø, Norway, they are exploring such themes as personal and gender identity, sexuality, body image, and the concept of home. Their work combines documentary and staged photography.
Eva's works have been exhibited at Pima Community College in 2018, 2019, and 2020, in Raices Taller 222 Art Gallery in 2018 and 2019, and at St. Lawrence University (NY) in 2019. They won several awards at Pima Community College, such as Photography Recognition Award in 2018 and Speaking Out Scholarship in 2019, as well as the Best of Photography Award at the 2019 Louis Carlos Bernal Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition at the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery in Tucson. Their work was featured in Mundane, Six Feet, and Tucson Weekly. In 2020, 5 of Eva's photographs were published in the art and literary magazine SandScript.
Since 2021, Eva has been working on a long-term multimedia project about gender identity.