Prints by Synchrodogs
Prints by Synchrodogs
Synchrodogs is a duo of photographers from Ukraine – Tania Shcheglova (26 y.o.) and Roman Noven (31 y.o.) shooting together since 2008.
Their main interest lies in bringing primitive instincts out of a viewer, provoking animalistic behavior and emotions, allowing one to embrace their natural beauty, encouraging one to be free from any predispositions and fear of being misperceived. Synchrodogs find inspiration in nudity and people’s eccentricity, mixing in Western and Ukrainian/Byzantine tradition, with references to folklore and local naive art. Nudity, self-excruciation, human nature, primitivism, symbolism, eccentricity, animalism and intuition are amongst the themes communicated by their artworks. Synchrodogs use their night dreams as main source of inspiration, also developed their own meditation technique which helps them acquire ideas.
Synchrodogs were shortlisted for Pinchuk Art Centre Prize in 2013 (Kyiv, Ukraine), won Best Portfolio award in Weitsprung competition organized by Scholz & Friends, FOAM Construct 2012 competition held by FOAM magazine (Netherlands), First Prize in nomination ‘Art Photography’, Photographer of The Year competition, Ukraine.
During 2010-2015 had solo shows in Chicago, London, Amsterdam, Krakow, Venice, Dordrecht, Kiev, opened a solo exhibition in Dallas Contemporary Museum of Art in September 2015. Synchrodogs took part in numerous group exhibitions including Girls Tribu show in Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Pulse Art Fair in New York with Gallery Urbane, Collectors Show by ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, US, NordArt 2013 in Kunstwerk Carlshütte (Büdelsdorf, Germany), Vice Photo Show in Superchief Gallery, (New-York), White Women. Sleepless Nights. Big Nudes in The Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles. Miscellaneous in Walls gallery (Amsterdam) etc.
Their artworks were published in many magazines like Esquire, Vice, Hunger, Vogue, Metal, Citizen K, Wild, L’AND, Liberation, Dust, Vision, Another, Jalouse, Harpers Bazaar, Opera, shoot Femen activists for Dazed and Confused, published on the covers of British journal of photography (UK), Neon, Zeit Campus magazine (Germany), Blink and S magazine, shoot Mark Zuckerberg for Afisha magazine cover (Russia) etc.
In 2013 Synchrodogs published their first big monograph called Byzantine with Norwegian publisher Editions du Lic.