Emin Mathers was born in Baku in 1990. From 2009, during his last year in Architecture and Construction University he started to practice photography as a more realistic tool to share his observations. From that time photography became an adventure taken to explore the reality of life. Mathers works mostly in street photography to observe daily activities of citizens and conceptual photography to express conclusions about reality. He is working on photography stories with the media platforms such as chaikhana.media and is a participant of Global Conversation 2020 United Nation 75, as well as a finalist of London Street Photo Festival 2020. His photographs are in galleries and private collections in Azerbaijan, Russia, Italy, UK, Georgia and USA.

"Photography for me is the simple evidence that the moment I lived is real, an opportunity to collect and share honest visual experience."


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Current Location:
Baku, Azerbaijan
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- Design your utopia / Juist island, DE

- Chai Khana stand / Tbilisi Photo Fest - MOMA, Tbilisi, GE
- ARTIM Flux: Peripheral Expansion / ARTIM, Baku, AZ
- LSPF 2020 Single photograph contest finalist

- "Xazar/Oilbow" is one of 99 artworks chosen by the UN75 Exhibition Committee
Digital Virtual Technology vol.02 with Human of 2020 / 16.01.2021

Windows into the Virtual with
NOVA III / 16.02.2021

Studio exhibition of Monotypes / 05.04.2021

International black&white photography exhibition / 25.04.2021

Crossing realities with Monotypes / 01.05.2021

"DEFOCUSED" photography exhibition / 29.07.21

"EMERGENCY DOOR OF THE MUSEUM" photography book presentation & exhibition / 16.08.21

MONOCHROM: yellow to green / xx.09.21
- Yanjiao Biennial / Yanjiao, China

- LoosenArt / Millepiani gallery, Rome, IT

- F3.7 gallery / Baku, AZ

- Collect Art / Tbilisi, GE

- NUR Art House / Baku, AZ

- Baku Photography House / Baku, AZ

- Baku Book Center / Baku, AZ

- Baku Photography House / Baku, AZ


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