Girl with a Fish by Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva
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Limited Edition, Edition of: 150, Signed
2011 / 2014 ALA51

Girl with a Fish

In their Galery series, artist duo Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva range from Russian avant-garde to Golden Age paintings of the Netherlands. The works are striking thanks to their clear composition and expressive female figures, whose gazes immediately captivate the viewer. Andrey Yakovlev has been awarded several times as Russia's best photographer.
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Mounted under acrylic glass, depth 2 mm glossy, Frameless, 80 x 58 cm (External dimensions)

Floater frame Basel, profile width: 15 mm, with acrylic glass glossy, Canadian Maple, White, 84,4 x 62,4 cm (External dimensions)

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Background Information about Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva
Classical painting, Dutch still lifes, traditional folk imagery, Art Deco influences, and high fashion collide in extraordinary compositions that have brought the artistic duo Andrey Yakovlev and Lili Aleeva international recognition. Their works combine their individual talents in equal measure; Aleeva, the Art Director, designs and sets the scenes, and Yakovlev photographs them.

Composition, color, and concept are the three main components of the duo’s work. When it comes to the latter, they have a very specific approach. Playfully constructed references to art history, the translation of traditional images into modern ones – that’s what makes the works of Yakovlev and Aleeva’s so powerful.

The Triumph Of Form

The works of the Triumph of Form series are inspired by the masters of art history. In them, Moscow-based artist duo Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva draw inspiration from famous paintings and historical art styles to create new and fascinating photographs. As a result, they enter into an artistic dialogue with Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" (1665) and transform the central, eponymous element from this world-famous work of art into the face of a clock without hands. This allegorical timelessness becomes an extraordinary experience against the constructivist background, carrying the viewer across different eras of cultural history. Likewise, in Sisters, inspiration is drawn from a painting in the Louvre: "Gabrielle d'Estrées and one of her sisters" (1594). Yakovlev & Aleeva decoratively redesign and colorize the image with an innovative color palette. Lights, tints, gestures, graphic elements, and even the gaze of the female subjects in the bathroom are a multifaceted reference to the original. Another great source of inspiration was the work of glamorous and melancholic painter Tamara de Lempickas, who was famous in the 1920s and 30s for her Art Deco portraits of aristocrats and members of high society. With its immense diversity, the Triumph of Form series transcends the various eras of art history and creates a lush ecosystem of imagery that spans from the 16th to the 20th centuries, captivating the viewer.


Clear facial features and a piercing look. Dress, headscarf, and lips the same impressive shade of red. Upon first glance, the composition appears to be as simple as its name: “Girl with a Fish”. On closer inspection, however, the artists’ finesse emerges: We notice the silvery sea bream is resting on nothing less than a piece of tissue paper decorated with the famous Louis Vuitton emblem. The color, composition, and materiality are suggestive of the Russian avant-garde movement, and the image is reminiscent of Kusma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin’s “Girl in red headscarf”.

While “Girl with a Fish” impresses through its minimalist style, other works in the Gallery series are characterized by opulence. The artists present two classic beauties in silk dresses in front of a table laden with culinary delights. Facing the viewer, the models are enigmatic and mysterious. Nothing in the image is left to chance; carefully draped, the curtains and tablecloth complete the composition. The photo’s subjects evoke the paintings of Jan Vermeers and Pieter Claeszs.

Hannah Hör
1962born in Izhevsk, Russia
1980-presentProfessional photographer
1991Opened his own photo studio
1998-presentTogether with Art Director Lili Aleeva
Lives and works as a freelance photographer in Moscow
2011Gold Medal in the Trierenberg Super Circuit
2006First prize in the Moscow advertising photo contest, “Professional”
1990Two awards for best photographer in the photo contest of Russian photographic artists


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