Lali Binyatova

Born in 1999 | Bratsk, Russia

Based Baku, Azerbaijan

2021: Translator (Spanish-Russian), Azerbaijan University of Languages

At the age of 16, Lali moved to Baku from Bratsk. When she was in the 11th grade, her father gave her a camera as a birthday present. With that camera, her career as a photographer started. In 2018, she took second place in the photography competition at the university. In 2019, she participated in the exhibition organized by the ADA.
In 2021, she took part in a project from Salaam Cinema (Cultural center in Azerbaijan), where she told about girls who were sexually abused when they were mere children. Within the framework of this project, the book "Black Diary" was released, and an exhibition was held. Her work is exposed in frames of the "Monochrome: yellow to green" exhibition curated by F3.7 Union in Baku Photography House, in the frame of which the presentation of her project “People, their homes and environment” was held.
She is a member of the F3.7 Union and contributes to the photography scene of Azerbaijan.

2021: "Dark diary" exhibition in Salaam Cinema, Baku
2021: "Dark diary" exhibition in Bursa photo festival, Turkey
2021: "Monochrome: yellow to green", Baku
2022: Kolga photo festival, Tbilisi
2022: "Women in Photography", Baku
2022: A palette of perspectives, Tbilisi
2022: Exhibition about Poti, Tbilisi