Art Residence: Anastasiya Kizilova (St.Petersburg, Russia)


01.04 - 29.04.2017

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Photo: Presentation of the project "FOUND PROJECT" by Anastasia Kizilova. Vladimir Smirnov and Constantine Sorokin Foundation, Moscow, 2017. Photographer: Evgenia Zubchenko.

From April 1 till April 29, 2017, the St. Petersburg artist Anastasia Kizilova will work on the art project “FOUND PROJECT” at the NCCA Art Residence in Kronstadt.

FOUND PROJECT – The project is based on a strategy that builds links within the artistic community. The basis of the project is the principle of the ideas exchange, i.e. the participants are invited to share the ideas of unrealized projects with those who are ready to be engaged in their realization. The project was launched in February 2017, and its presentation was held at the Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantin Sorokin Foundation in Moscow.

Anastasia Kizilova was born in 1986 in St. Petersburg. In 2010, she graduated from the Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design (Department of Costume Design). In 2008, she studied at FORUMAK LETO summer school (The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of the St Petersburg State University). Graduate of “School for Young Artists” of the St Petersburg PRO ARTE Foundation and “Baza” Institute (Moscow). Participant of the Russian-Finnish joint educational project of the St petersburg "School for Young Artist" and KUVA Finnish Academy of Fine Arts - "Cabinet of Curiosities" (Helsinki - St. Petersburg, 2014-2015). The FOUND PROJECT was in the short list of the Brewhouse Art Prize (2016). Kizilova’s project "Artist's Uniforms" was nominated for the grand prix of the Sergei Kuryokhin Art Award (2015). Anastasia Kizilova’s works are in the collection of the St Petersburg "Manege" Central Exhibition Art Hall as well as in different private collections.

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