Sitara Ibragimova (born in 1984, Baku, Azerbaijan), a trained psychologist with a degree from Baku State University, turned to art and graduated from Prague’s FAMU University in 2010 with a degree in Still Photography. Her main interest in photography is social documentary. Exhibitions: Frozen Conflict The Great Game / Iran Pavilion at the 56th Biennale in Venice (2015); A Boy is OK, a Girl is NOT, Astar, Yarat Pavilion, 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (2014); The Edge Project Love me, love me not, 55th Venice Biennale, Yarat Contemporary Art Space Pavilion (2013); Population Census, Tbilisi Photo Festival (2013); Commonist, Yarat, Baku (2012); Population Census, Yarat Public Art Festival, Baku (2012); USSR REMIX, Prague (2011); ART BAZAAR, Baku (2010); Azerbaijani Women, Museum Centre, Baku (2010); 7, Modern Art Gallery, Baku (2009); Prague’s Passages, Prague (2008); Contemporary Photography in Azerbaijan, Modern Art Gallery, Moscow (2007); Kapa- dokia, Paris (2005); Fragments of Reality, Museum Center, Baku (2005); Women against Violence, Tbilisi (2004); Ethnic Minorities Living in Azerbaijan, Strasbourg (2003); Small Business, Open Society Institute, Baku (2002); Ayna 2002, first international photo festival in Baku (2002). Awards: Winner of OSF’s Documentary Photography Project (2012). She lives and works in Baku.