Based in Germany
Evelyn Bencicova, originally from Bratislava, is a photographer and art director whose work is characterized by its deceptive nature. Despite their minimalist appearance, her images pulsate with energy, skillfully blending architectural symmetry and historical references with disruptive elements. The resulting narrative scenarios blur the boundaries between reality, memory, and imagination, inviting viewers to question their perceptions and engage in social commentary.
Drawing on her background in fine art and new media studies at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna, Evelyn combines her interest in contemporary culture with academic research to create a distinctive aesthetic space where the conceptual meets the visual.
She has collaborated with notable fashion and luxury brands such as Gucci and Cartier, as well as cultural and art institutions including Frieze, Kunsthalle Basel, The Royal Opera House, Institute of Molecular Biotechnology, and Berghain. Her projects have garnered attention and been featured in renowned publications such as Vogue, ZEIT Magazine, Dazed & Confused, GUP, HANT, and Opera Magazine. Evelyn has exhibited her work in both solo and group exhibitions worldwide, and her talent has been recognized with prestigious awards such as the Hasselblad Masters and Broncolor GenNext.