Darya Pyanzina is a Far Eastern artist. Works with the theme of human emotions, pays special attention to the study of the concepts “trauma”, “fear”, “danger — safety”. Explores the possibilities of her own body and psyche through direct contact with the “terrible”, the reconstruction of traumatic events of the past. In her practice, she combines various mediums, including photography, text, creation of art objects and drawing.

 Currently lives and works in Khabarovsk.



Darya Pyanzina (d.snapshots)


2022 Course by Kristina Shkileva and Kristina Sergeeva “Modern zine: from scratch to the first edition”; 

2022 Tatiana Tkacheva’s course “Post-Documentary Photography”; 

2022 — 2020 Academy of Documentary and Art Photography “Fotografika”, St. Petersburg, Russia; 

2021 Course by Maria Morina and Yana Romanova “More than a project”;

2018 — 2012 Far Eastern Federal University, Department of Russian Philology, Vladivostok, Russia.  

Избранные групповые выставки:


2022 NIZINA Self-published book and Multimedia Festival / Center for Contemporary Culture “Zero Room”, Samara;

2022 Zherdela Self-published book and Multimedia Festival / Theater and Exhibition Center Makaronka, Rostov-on-Don;

2022 NIZINA Self-published book and Multimedia Festival / PROGRAFIKA art space, St. Petersburg;

2022 Group exhibition Issue #114 — The Portrait 2022 / F-Stop Magazine.


2021 Interdisciplinary exhibition project “Practice of place” / Central Committee-19, Novosibirsk;

2021 Group exhibition “Material’s resistance” / HORS, St. Petersburg;


2021 Group exhibition of the festival of contemporary art “48 hours Novosibirsk” / Creative space “Art El”, Novosibirsk;

2021 Group exhibition The Triptych Photography Festival / 3SHOTS, Milan;

2021 Group exhibition Issue #107 June — July 2021 / F-Stop Magazine;

2021 Group exhibition “There are no miracles to come” / Wall-online.


2021 Group exhibition “Into the forest” / Art self-organization “Strangers”, St. Petersburg;

2021 Group exhibition “Where the past will remain” / International apartment exhibition, St. Petersburg;

2021 Group exhibition STREETPHOTORUSSIA;

2020 Group exhibition “Russian Faces — 2020” / VIII All-Russian Children and Youth Festival of National Cultures, Vladimir;

2019 — 2017  Cycle of group exhibitions  / Primorsky Regional Center of Folk Culture, Vladivostok.