Katerina Jebb

Katerina Jebb is a British-born artist, photographer and filmmaker. Her multidisciplinary work includes video, installation, human photocopy and photomontage and can be seen in galleries, magazines and advertising campaigns alike.

In 2018, she was commissioned by New York City’s Metropolitan Museum to collaborate on their exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. Katerina lives and works in Paris.

For the Contributor Collection, she's recreating a beloved denim dress that was worn death. It's her All Weather Dress, which she believes is just as suitable to don when meeting the Queen or Marilyn Manson. 

As with all EVERYBODY.WORLD contributors, Katerina will receive 10% of the sales of her designs.

Katerina Jebb
editorial image

EVERYBODY.WORLD BY KATERINA JEBB

editorial image

Reality rendered

Katerina uses a high resolution scanner to document objects, painstakingly rendering multiple digital files to create a faithful rendition of the original.
editorial image

Selected Works

Dividing her time between art and commerce, her work can be seen in museums, galleries, magazines and advertising campaigns. From the likes of Chanel and Celine to Dover Street Market.
editorial image

Katerina’s multidisciplinary work includes video, installation, human photocopy and photomontage.

editorial image

camera-less photography

In an interview with Purple’s Oliver Zahm, Katerina said that the scanner is ‘just a conduit, a helper, a nice little electronic medium to help me draw a picture, but it still holds energy.’
editorial image

deus ex machina

’Blonde Hairbrush’ (2007) and ‘Inside of a Wig’ (1996) were part of Katerina’s recent exhibition at Musée Réattu.
editorial image

Keep your eyes peeled, the All Weather Dress is coming soon