Tudor Prisăcariu (b. 1984, Bucharest) is a Romanian photographer based in London. He graduated from Richmond University, London with a First class BA (Hons) Degree in Creative Arts and Communications.

His work focuses on exploring and documenting human settlements, with an accent on urban landscapes and his enduring fascination for the periphery.

Until recently, Tudor’s practice has mostly been centred around his native Romania and the changes it has undergone since the fall of Communism and its 2007 accession to the European Union. Since 2017, after returning to London, Tudor has turned his focus on the British landscape and is working on several projects which will be released by early 2020.

tudor@tudorprisacariu.com
instagram.com/tudor.prisacariu

Books

  • Bucharest, 2015
    Self-published, edition of 500
    Info + buy

Awards & Grants

  • AFAR Travel Photography Awards, 2018
    Runner-up, shortlisted for California
  • European Central Bank Annual Photography Award, 2010
    Finalist, shortlisted for Entropy
  • Rațiu Foundation UK Grant, 2007
    For Entropy

Exhibitions

  • Bucharest, 2016
    Kube Musette, Bucharest, Romania
  • Bucharest, 2015
    M60, Bucharest, Romania
  • Sense of Place – European Landscape Photography, 2012
    Summer of Photography Biennial, BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium
  • I Am a Romanian: The Bucharest – Tel Aviv Route, 2011
    Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel
  • Play – Giochi di ruolo, 2011
    Romanian Cultural Institute in Rome, Italy
  • European Central Bank Annual Photography Award, 2010
    National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania
  • Young Romanian Art, 2009
    Romanian Cultural Institute in Venice, Italy
  • Entropy, 2009
    Solo exhibition, The Raţiu Foundation, London, UK
  • Invisible Borders, 2009
    Association Lasécu, Lille, France
  • Entropy, 2009
    American International School of Bucharest, Romania
  • re_play, 2009
    Artist-run public space project, Bucharest, Romania
  • 3m2, 2007
    Cărturesti, Bucharest, Romania
  • Back to the Future, 2007
    Galeria Nouă, Bucharest, Romania
  • camera80 – Young Romanian Photographers, 2007
    Cărturesti, Bucharest, Romania
  • 3m2, 2007
    Part of Street Delivery, Bucharest, Romania
  • Graduation Show, 2007
    Asa Briggs Hall Gallery, London, UK
  • Shoot Nations, 2006
    The Association of Photographers, London, UK
  • Wait, 2006
    Galeria Nouă, Bucharest, Romania

 

 

Credits

  • This site is running on Invisible Folio, a highly optimised portfolio website
    WordPress theme which I created.

72 Miles to Dover

Domestic Tropicality

A Lidl a Day

Lost Grounds

Bucharest

Entropy

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