Yulia Buruleva, a photographer hailing from Barcelona with Russian roots, is a specialist in conceptual, fashion, and advertising photography. Her artistic toolkit comprises a keen sense of perspective, a profound understanding of world art, a mastery of colour, and a captivating ability to weave narratives from the ground up, as evidenced by her work literally in the desert. This unique skill set positions her as a talented visual artist. Buruleva’s distinctive approach involves the endeavour to seamlessly integrate individuals into the expansive realms of nature, deftly aligning them with symmetry and order, creating visually striking compositions that transcend the ordinary.
Harlequin at lunch
Illusion of light
This photograph is part of the author’s project “Synchronization”, for which Julia uses digital processing, placing many photographs of herself in one frame.
Based on a still life by Petrov-Vodkin
Out to pasture
Julia works as a fashion photographer and collaborates with magazines and brands such as Elle, Vogue, HUF and others. Her working style allows her to focus on what is most important.
Birth of Venus, 21st century
Julia decided to take an ironic photo on the topic of nude photographs on Instagram*, where she published her work.
This is why Hagrid said not to go to the Forbidden Forest
Two figures by the sea
When mom wants to take a photo, but you are shy.
The main instrument of Yulia Buruleva’s photographs is the naked human body, interpreted not grotesquely or sexually, but as a continuation of the surrounding (primitive, natural) environment, conveying the freedom and beauty of man and nature.
Dance in red tights
12 chairs and 3 swimmers
Reproduced “Dance” by Matisse