Born in 1992 in Bratislava, Slovakia, Evelyn Bencicova studied fine art and new media at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.
In her works, Evelyn combines a recognizable sense of timelessness and personal easthetic as a consequence of her interest in contemporary visual culture.
Whilst combining a variety of genres and techniques, Evelyn’s practice revolves around the point at which the artistic and the commercial merge, and the conceptual meets the visual.
Her international client repertoire spans fashion and luxury brands such as Gucci, Cartier and Nehera, as well as cultural institutions such as Berghain, Kunsthalle Basel, the Slovak National Theatre and Ballet and Museumsquartier Vienna.
Evelyn’s commercial and artistic work featured in the likes of Vogue Korea, Self-Service, The Gentlewoman, ELLE and Dazed & Confused, as well as online platforms, international photography books and exhibitions across Europe, from London and Paris via Berlin, Amsterdam and Bratislava.
In 2016, Evelyn won the prestigious Hasselblad Masters and Broncolor GenNext awards. Film “Asymptote” (2016), co-created with Adam Csoka Keller, was awarded at Fashion Film Festival Milano 2017, and was featured at SHOWstudio Fashion Film Awards, the Austrian American Short Film Festival and Diane Pernet’s ASVOFF.
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