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Gallarty's Artists

Irena Tone
UK
Irena is a London-based artist. In 2020 she got the Global Talent Visa UK and moved to London.

Worldwide represented (UK, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Israel, Russia, Ukraine), award-winning artist, and international open calls finalist, Irena Tone is self-taught. In her art, Irena often makes a non-standard presentation of usual life. By enlarging, hyperbolizing or using metaphors she proposes you take a fresh look at the nature of familiar things.


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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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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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Elena Troyanskaya
Russia
Was born in 1980. Lives and works in Moscow.

Style – emotional abstract landscape. Woven from layers of many layers of colors and semantic associations, Elena Troyanskaya's painting is a constant experiment. Behind the metaphorical veil of fog, images of the real world are hidden. In his paintings, the artist often uses a little textural paste with sand, which helps to create a delicate but expressive texture.

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Alice Suret-Canale
France
Alice Suret-Canale, born in 1986, is a French painter based in Paris.

"From tiny to large format, I do consider the painting as a matrix. Within the frame, displayed as a firm border, which compresses and gives shape to the patterns that inhabit it, a singular and alternative reality is constructed‒a figurative one, relieved from our usual rules of space and time."

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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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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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Viktoria Predibailo
Russia
The main principle of work – is ceramic intuition, when lines, the texture of nature give the main inspiration, when the private character of an artist, his life experience, emotions are transformed in ceramics creation, with taking into account nature principles of life organization, when an artist listen and try to understand clay as a statement of birth.

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Khaoula Karaweigh
UK
The main principle of work – is ceramic intuition, when lines, the texture of nature give the main inspiration, when the private character of an artist, his life experience, emotions are transformed in ceramics creation, with taking into account nature principles of life organization, when an artist listen and try to understand clay as a statement of birth.

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Irme Mamsirati
Turkey
I am a Turkish citizen of Ossetian origin.

I'm on my way to know myself and understand who I am and art is my way of discovering myself, and every minute of my life with people who affect me, is my main inspiration! Being a woman is the main theme of my works, how people see us and how we see us.

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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
Russian artist, in addition to her own creativity, teaching painting in various techniques for adults. This in turn allows you to observe the disclosure of internal human qualities and a vision of the world of other people. Worked with sculpture in the decoration of cakes, creating animalistic characters. This gave an impetus to the painting, the main characters of which are animals that convey the character man, his experiences, spiritual, moral, and social problems we are in the modern world.

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Johanna-Josefina Alanko
Finland, Poland
Alanko is known for her passion for experimenting with textures, such as textiles, metals, ceramics or construction materials, which she uses to give her large scale paintings deeper, multi-dimensional expression. Her unique way of making art is a medium which she uses to start a conversation about the nature of the human body, feminism and spirituality. Alanko's works are part of private and public collections in Finland, Spain and Poland.

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Lana Bergh
Russia
The main subject of my works has always been a human being and his inner world with a broad spectrum of feelings.

I create works that draw the viewer's attention to his own feelings; even when there were just abstract graphic objects, at the beginning of my art career, the artworks were about feelings: my personal ones at the particular moment but also about the viewer's reaction to what he is seeing on the canvas and as a result – his own world perception and feelings

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Victoriya Bogush
Belarus
Born on the 6th of February in 1991, in Vyborg (RF). Parents are Belarusians, since 1993 lives and works in Minsk.

At the beginning of 2020 – a young artist in the field of contemporary art. The works are executed in Pop Art style (collage). In 2020 she became a finalist of the international online exhibition Open Call "Not Your Body", held by the Moscow gallery GALLARTY, and was invited to cooperate. She actively cooperates with interior design studios in Minsk. The symbolism of works, the combination of dissimilar elements into one whole in one work, is a synthesis of surrounding opinions.

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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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Kseniya Zholnerovich
Belarus
Most of my work reflects my emotional state at a given time and represents the quintessence of inner experiences. I often find it difficult to give a name to the work, it seems that this will represent a certain restriction in its perception. I like to experiment with techniques and materials, including using the possibilities of digital. Recently, more and more often I want to draw just with a pencil. I am inspired by minimalism. In my work, I strive to give up excess and focus on the main task.


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Elena Khasanova
Russia
In contemporary art, I came from design.

I love color graphics, Russian art, and explore the topic of historical memory. For inspiration, I walk in the park, watch people and listen to different phrases that often used in work.

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