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Gallarty's Artists

Yulia Ani
Germany
Yulia's multi-layered abstract paintings are like journeys - layer upon layer of exploring.
Her technique allows each piece of her art to be completely original and unique. She usually works in series, either in regards to the materials used, or in the exploration of a particular idea.
Color plays a significant role in Yulia's paintings. Her harmonious and alluring color combinations express emotions and create a special atmosphere, one wants to keep experiencing.
"My paintings start with a feeling - an impression of the society and culture I live in. There is always a reflection which unfolds through the act of painting.

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Julia Valtanen
Estonia
The main areas of my work are painting and paper collages. I rethink natural forms and explore new materiality by creating new spaces in my art. I see our world as a large web where I capture the meanings that I need and translate them into my practice. I am interested in exploring how everything is connected and influences each other, so in my work I explore what place nature now has in the life of modern man.

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Ellina Zhanu
Russia
In 2019, Ellina was a special guest participant of the Roommates exhibition, organized to support young and promising artists of the region; – created illustrations for both published collection of musical miniatures performed now in all Russian schools, and poetry collection to be presented soon by author in Russia and Europe; – was named as the creator for a series of graphic illustrations in film credits of local documentary director.

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Elena Tormysheva
Russia
Elena Tormysheva Lives and works in Moscow. Elena has been making ceramics since 2021. A graduate of the State University of Management, Department of World Economy and International Economic Relations (2006), Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (2011) and the British Higher School of Art and Design, Modern ceramics department (2021).

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Zarina Biganti
Russia
Zarina Biganti is, above all, a formed, highly professional artist, very charismatic: one can't walk past her works. She is an artist of a new time, the time that is complex and sometimes incomprehensible. 21st century raises many questions that require settling in all areas of life, including art. Some of her works with "A Curtain" and, first of all, "A Curtain of Life" theme show that she is also concerned about questions like "What is next?" "How to live?" "How to work?" "How to create?" In 2019 participating in the Global Project, dedicated to modern art matters, Zarina Biganti is awarded with Diploma and second place in a competition.

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Aysha Taysumova
Russia
Our whole world consists of collage, the essence of which is
to collect important fragments, the ability to put them on one
canvas in order to to emphasize the most important thing.
This is my goal. Brushes and canvas are integral part of my
life now, it opened new opportunities for me since I refuse to
paint images of living creatures due to my religious beliefs.

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Tatiana Nega
Russia
Tatyana Nega is an artist and an art critic, the author of some articles about contemporary artists and scientific publications on the history of art.

The artist's artworks are in the private collections in Russia, USA, Great Britain, France, Ireland, Australia, Brazil, Portugal, Japan, Monaco, Qatar, and the UAE

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Dima Filimonov
Russia
In creativity, the artist refers to the content of the personality.
Engaged in the study of internal conflicts, personality disorders and self-identification.
The artist is struggling with an anxiety disorder and reveals to the viewer his sense of the world in his self-portrait works.
The main artistic language in the work is painting.
The artist is not tied to a single style of writing.
Interest in various materials and styles gives him a wide field for experimentation.

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Viktoriya Kadesnikova
Russia
Viktoriya Kadesnikova lives in St. Petersburg. Generally uses mixed technique with traditional materials. Inspires from everything that accompanies modern life - the city, street art, tempo, screenshots from films, cartoons, compositions of live performances.

Figurative processing of creative activity: personalities of artists and their creativity, kinematography, theatre, (also how they change and depict the world) retransmission of images through the prism of independent perception.

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Lida Pshenichka
Russia
Illustrator artist from Siberia.
I am inspired by the women who can slap the common taste.
You can be what you want to be: wild like nature, tender and
fluid like a tropical waterfall, provocative like a cigarette
advertisement, ambivalent like a coin, rational or fluffy like a
spring dandelion.
It's all you - the one and only, unique.
You are the woman that inspires and gives a new life.

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Elena Naushirvanova
Russia
Elena was born in Belarus in 1985 From 2010 to 2012 she studied academic painting and
graphics at the art studio named after A.S. Golubkina in Moscow.
Elena mainly works with acrylics in an expressive manner. Favorite genre - portrait.
Elena says the following about her art: "I draw what I see with my imagination. The real picture
is not as important to me as my own vision and feeling, because it is more truthful than reality
itself."

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Darika Bakeeva
Kyrgyzstan
My name is Darika. I was born in Kyrgyzstan in 1999.
At the age of 17, I entered Saint-Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design to the faculty of Textile and Fashion.
For today I live and draw in Moscow. Drawing is one of the most significant parts of my life. It is my everyday need like food and sleep. The main characters of my pictures are women. They often look similar to me. Because of this similarity, I can see myself in different situations and states.

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Vera Khodakova
Russia
My art is primarily about finding and feeling in this world. About the mystical power of self-knowledge. About harmony, which is so rare these days. About subtle feelings, about eternal questions and internal conflicts. I'm not afraid to show myself to the viewers and prefer to be rather than seem!

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Margarita Godgelf
Russia
One of the unique aspects of Margarita's work is her ability to speak about global universal human issues through singular, touching stories. It's like looking into a glass sphere and seeing an endless universe in it. Margarita creates a parallel, distant universe, where her work is a portal, a delicate offer that one cannot refuse. Despite the "otherness" of her cosmos, it is easy for the spectator to establish a connection through the enigmatic system of non-trivial symbols and metaphors coming from the reality around us; the visual codes that the artist uses are not trivial and at the same time are able to fit into the DNA of any cultural environment. This is the secret of the universality of her work and their ability to create a space for reflection, regardless of the context.

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Sardor Erkinov
Uzbekistan
I am primarily inspired by my culture. Like every artist, I want to show the motifs of my country and my world through the prism of contemporary art. Of course, one cannot fail to note the influence of Western culture and contemporary artists such us Van Gogh, Matisse, Francis Bacon, in my works. I take color from one artist, and freedom from another, and create my own world and technique. There are a lot of oriental scenes from poems and Persian literature in my paintings as well. There is also a series of abstract landscapes, where I take oriental landscapes as a basis and mix them with abstraction. As a result, I receive freedom of color and emotions.


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Sanjar Djabbarov

Uzbekistan
In painting, the most important thing for me is the process of work, I am not always sure that the work will be completed exactly according to the sketch. Sometimes, often I repaint canvases.
The process of work is connected with information, reading literature, watching films, and then enjoying the process of work in an instant. Why are female images because I like female plasticity, I don't try to transform these images, they come out on their own as if I see it that way! The culture of the East is imbued in me, and a symbiosis of West and East appears in my painting.

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Elena Romanovskaya

Russia
In the works, the author explores the boundaries of the picturesque coloristic reception of plane writing. In an emphasized decorative, detached manner, everyday images of people are transferred from a real portrait to illustrative material. The author captures social changes associated with the processes of digitization of reality. With the advent and development of digital communication technologies, the artist deconstructs the genre of a realistic portrait into a digital copy, which has illustrative impersonal properties.

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Irina Yakovleva

Russia
In my works, you can see numerous images of women, I depict them in my own stylistic manner, decorative-planar solution. Also, the main role is played by the color scheme and small details.
I work with acrylic on canvas.


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Veronika Kudashova
Russia
My paintings express color. I'm interested in showing, how it prevails over form and that it can impact our souls stronger than the form in the emotional sense. Utilizing the traditional genre of landscape, I depict the real world through an impression. Thus I produce in my works such an atmosphere that produces soul vibrations and joyful feelings.

Using color, I produce intricate combinations and try to entice the viewer inside them so that he would dissolve in the painting, would live in it.

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Serafima Sazhina
Russia
My work is based on mythmaking, I am especially attracted by the idea of personal mythology and work with fantastic plots. The main theme of my work is the study of otherness and the life of other selves in society.
I work in various media, from painting to performance art. The choice of materials for me is not accidental, but it is directly related to the plot of the picture and the nature of my characters. Color and composition tend to emphasize the main line of the story and reveal emotional states of the characters. Sincerity, metaphorical images and a variety of artistic techniques are the basis of my statement.

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Vica Uystraykh
Russia
Vica Uystraykh was born in 1988 in Moscow.
She received a higher technical education and a PhD in technical sciences.
While studying at the university, she began to get involved in photography.
Participated in solo and group exhibitions as a photographer.
In 2016 she tried to sculpt from clay for the first time.
In 2018 she opened her workshop. At the same time, she got a job in the
Agami Ceramics workshop as a foundry worker, and then as a production
manager.
In 2021, she completed the Modern Ceramics course at the British Higher
School of Design.
Currently developing as a production manager and an independent ceramic
artist. In 2021-22, Victoria completed training at Get Art Fit online residency.
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Anastasiia Danilenko
Russia
Anastasiia Danilenko is a graphic designer.
But the area of her occupation is painting, and, moreover, such a traditional painting genre as a portrait.
Although it cannot be called traditional in Danilenko's intentions.
"I write images and forms. Color spots and lines. My characters
have their eyes closed. Without looking into a person's eyes, we are able to see much more" - says
the artist.


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Alexandra Mato
Russia
"My painting is about the joy of life.
I love the idea that we came to this world to enjoy every moment. Therefore, I like to
use bright colors, they draw attention to themselves, and send us to fond memories,
to childhood and just in moments when we were happy.
There are a lot of flowers, picnics, feasts, fruits, champagne in my works. Often this is
about girls, youth, calmness, relaxation.
With my paintings I want to remind you that the joy of life can be experienced every
day, every hour, every minute."

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Olga Volna
Russia
I work with acrylic paints.In my painting, I focus on studying the influence of colour on viewer
perception. I'm interested in how these or those colours can reflect the vibrations visible only to the
artist and convey meanings that didn't previously exist.
Buyers of my work often ask where I get my inspiration, how are these warm and joyful paintings
born? My secret is simple - love and travel! Our world is stunningly beautiful and I dream of my
paintings working in your home as a battery that recharges the whole family, makes them happy,
warms them up, opens up new places and impressions for you!

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Sofiya Akimova
Russia
Sofiya Akimova was born on November 29, 1988 In 2011 she graduated from Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Industrial
and Applied Arts on the art critic specialty studying painting and drawing as well. From 2011 to 2015, Sofiya created projects for
residential and public interiors; in 2013 worked as a teacher of art history at the International Academy of Business and
Management. Since 2015, painting has become the main activity. The works of the artist show images of modern women in
exploring the corporeal self and the emotional message of its characters through their nudity.

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Tatiana Levchenko
Russia
A chubby girl, sitting on the floor, devotedly draws a map of the Magic Land with a path made of the amber brick … That's me. I have still been drawing it – the map of my inner world. The amount of curious inside us is inexhaustible. I have an almost corporeal perception of the total connection between all physical bodies, energies; have a sensation of the continuity of the vital matter.

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Ruslana Nosak
Russia
Born in 1991 in Ulyanovsk, Russia. Currently living and working in Berlin. I am Art Teacher freelancer, participant in group exhibitions in Moscow, Russia, including the New Tretyakov Gallery.
Worked as artist: book illustrator, custom design of accessories and for interior art. Moscow, Russia. Architect-Designer of base Education and have an additional education.
I am a Russian artist Digital & Oil surrealist.
My artworks feature the transference of colors and images to show the growth of the human personality and soul. I call it the dualism of intelligence and sensations.
I contemplate the inner changes of the man. How to grow personality out of animal origin in the context of the ever-changing world?
My goal as an artist is to give the impulse and reason to self-reflect and draw attention to the necessity of upbringing the human values.

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Veronika Rokashevich
Belarus
I love the reactions of people when they see my paintings. They choose which one they like the most and guess what it is –ocean, space, or maybe a mountain? I have the spot for each soul. My big round abstract canvases are full of life.

I consider myself a guide. Pictures come to my mind and don't let me go until the realization. My goal is to honestly transfer these signals, emotions, and energy to the canvas and show it to people.

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Ulyana Khrypko
Belarus
Ulyana Khrypko was born in Minsk in 2000 She lives and works in Minsk. She studied at Minsk State College of
Art named after A.K.Glebov at the department of graphic design.
Ulyana mainly works with such mediums as painting and graphics. She also creates photography and street art
objects. The main theme that the artist examines is the collision of and interaction between the man-made and
natural environment, the way the man perceives, conquers and alters the living environment.

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Maxim Haverts
Belarus
Maxim Haverts is a contemporary artist based in Minsk, Belarus. He began his career at the age of 14, mainly doing graffiti and street art. Throughout his career, he combines graffiti with contemporary art, calligraphy, collages, abstraction and other techniques, resulting in unique works of art. Maxim's artworks capture emotions and feelings, masked in the image of words, abstraction and interior elements. Maxim's artworks are inspired by his personal life. He believes that true art must be sincere, first of all, with the author himself.

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Anastasiya Akulova
Belarus
"Most of my works are women's portraits. I call them "girls from pieces". This is my ode to
women, to their inner strength and ability to assemble themselves from parts (often different
or even opposite). I believe that women's ability to combine and unite strength and
tenderness, courage and vulnerability, their desire to be beautiful and independent of other
people's opinions is unique.

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Anastasia Viaznikova
Belarus
Anastasia Viaznikova is an artist born in 1990 in Izmail, Ukraine. Currently living and
working in Novogrudok, Belarus.
Anastasia works in mixed media, not limited to materials.
The key theme in her art – human psychology, namely, emotions, states. To change
perception, they are presented in an unusual, distorted form. To understand the
essence of an object, sometimes it needs to be turned over or deformed.
Her statements have been shaped by her work as graphic designer and illustrator
and her interest in ways of thinking.

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