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Anastasia Kurakina company
Emerald boy print

2022

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Several Anastasia Kurakina's artworks have been included into the Vatican Museums collection since 2017 She has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London at bp portrait award exhibition. portrait of a boy artist: Anastasia Kurakina limited edition hand signed Art education: 2018 Sorbonne University, Paris 2014 – MA Fine Art at the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome; 2012 – Academy of Fine Arts of Rome; 2005 – Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Academy of Fine Arts of Russia. Collective exhibitions: 2023 London biennale, Chelsea, Old Town Hall; 2023 YICCA International art contest, Venice, finalists exhibition; 2023-Royal Society of British Artists Bicentennial Exhibition at Mall Galleries, London,UK; 2023 - London, UK, Sunny Art Award International exhibition finalist; 2023 -Royal British Painters Society, Mall Galleries exhibition, London, UK; 2019 – London, UK Royal Watercolor Society’s Contemporary Watercolor Competition, Bankside gallery; 2018 – Edinburgh, UK, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, BP Portrait Award; 2017 – Vatican, Vatican Museums, “Antico Presente” exhibition; 2017 – London, UK, Sunny Art Award exhibition, finalist Sunny Art Center; 2017 – Exeter, UK, Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, BP Portrait Award; 2017 – London, UK, National Portrait Gallery, BP Portrait Award; 2017 – London, Works on paper Art Fair, Royal Geographic Society; 2016 – Rome, live painting at Brasilian Embassy at Simone Ghera’s “Dance inside Brasil” exhibition; 2016 – Oxford, UK, Oxford International Art Fair; 2015 – Mexico, MUMEDI Mexican Museum of Design; 2015 – Cambridge, UK, Cambridge International Art Fair; 2015 – Rome, Museum of Contemporary art MACRO; 2013 – Los Angeles, La luz de Jesus Gallery; 2013 – Shanghai, International Art Fair of Contemporary Art; 2013 – Rome, Embassy of Iraq, Embassy of Egypt; 2013 – Venice, Arte Laguna Prize’s exhibition at Venice’s Arsenal; 2012 – Rome, «Green blood»at Dorothy Circus Gallery; 2011 – Museum of Roman Civilization in Rome; 2010 – Naples, “Biennial of the artist’s book”; 2009 – La Paz, Bolivia, 4°Bienal Internacional Siart; 2008 – Bari, 28th International Fair of modern and contemporary Art; 2008 – Moscow, “Art Manezh 2008”, Central Exhibitions Hall Manege. Collections: Private collections in Italy, UK, Russia, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France, Singapore, USA, Vatican Museums, Nina lobanova-Rostovskaya (London), National Museum of Art Humor of Tolentino, National Museum of Sacred Art of Nonantola (Italy), Marchese Sacchetti(Rome), National Centre for Manzoni’s Studies (Milan). Personal exhibitions: 2022 - Modern & contemporary art Gallery, double show in Rome; 2019- la Scala d’oro gallery in Rome, 2019 – Rome, Marino Gallery; 2018 –Milan, Zanuso Gallery; 2017 – London, Russian Cultual Centre; 2017 –Luzern, Switzerland, International Comic Festival; 2017 – Rome, Russian Center of Culture and Science; 2016 – St.Petersburg, the Pushkinskaya 10 Art Center, Art League Gallery; 2016 – Porto Cervo, Sardinia,MDM Museum of Contemporary Art; 2016 – Rome, American Embassy; 2013 – Tolentino (MC), International Art Museum of Tolentino; 2006 – Moscow, Central House of Artist. Awards: 2017 – Rome, I prize of the national award “Arte&sport” of the AONI (National Italian Olympic Academy); 2015 – Rome, Adrenalina prize I prize; 2013 – Rome, Adrenalina prize under 35 and prize of the public, Museum of Contemporary Art MACRO;
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