She was born in 1989 and grew up in Yalta (Crimea, Ukraine). Having a mother who is also an artist, she has been painting since early childhood. At the age of 17, she became a student of N.S. Samokish Crimean Art College in Simferopol (Crimea, Ukraine), where she studied painting, drawing, and pedagogy.
After graduation in 2010, she moved to Poland to study graphics, visual communication, and contemporary art at the Department of Graphics of the Magdalena Abakanowicz University of the Arts in Poznań. She got her master’s degree in 2015 and continued her education at the Department of Painting and Drawing doctoral study programme, which she completed in 2020 by receiving her PhD degree.
Since 2019, she has been living in Zurich.
In her art, she focuses on painting, drawing, and video. The main themes of her work are lost homeland, cultural trauma, immigration, the concept of home, mimicry, time and space.
2021 – finalist of the Arte Laguna Prize, Arsenale, Venice, Italy
2020 – Top 10 from among 389 artists from 38 countries in the “What about Tomorrow?” art competition, Art Veine, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2019 – Curator’s distinction at the “War Games 1939…” exhibition, Łaźnia Gallery, Radom, Poland
2015 – Nomination for the Best Graduation Projects contest 2015, Old Armory, Gdańsk, Poland
2015 – Third prize of the Rector of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław at The Ninth Biennale of Student Graphic Arts, Poznań, Poland
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2021 – “Time record” online show presented by the Nadja Brykina Gallery on Artsy.net
2020 – “Assimilation”, the doctoral thesis exhibition, the Galeria Szewska 16, Poznań, Poland
2015 – “The Flow of Thoughts” by Veronika Moshnikova and Małgorzata Rekusz, Trochę Kultury, Poznań, Poland
She also participated in group exhibitions in Poland, Czechia, Germany, Brazil, and New Zealand
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