Stanislava Pinchuk is an artist working with data-mapping the changing topographies of war & conflict zones. Her work is produced in full independence, and surveys how landscape holds memory and testament to political events – spanning drawing, installation, tattooing, film & sculpture.

b. 1988 – Kharkiv, Ukraine

Lives & works in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Represented by Ames Yavuz Gallery

( Singapore – Sydney )

CURRENTLY SHOWING

The Theatre of War
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
February 19 – June 9, 2024

 

Melbourne Art Fair
Ames Yavuz Gallery
February 22-25, 2024

 

Permanent Museum Collection Exhibition
He Art Museum, China

 

Permanent Museum Collection Exhibition
Art Gallery of South Australia

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UPCOMING

Elisava Barcelona
Teaching Faculty

Masters in Critical Design

September 2024 – June 2025

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MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

He Art Museum, The National Gallery of Australia, The National Gallery of Victoria, ACMI, La Bibliotheque Nationale de France, UQ Museum, The State Library of Victoria, Art Gallery of South Australia, Heide MoMA.

BIENNIALS

Manifesta Biennial – 14 ( Prishtina, 2022 )
AGSA Biennial – ( Adelaide, 2022 )

MUSEUM SUPPORT

The New Museum (NYC) : New Inc. / Columbia University Architecture Incubator, Heide MoMA, Victoria & Albert Museum, Wellcome Museum.

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SELECT PRESS

Forbes : 30 Under 30 List / New York Times : The Quest to Find Home / ARTFORUM : AGSA Biennale’s Best Moments / The Art Newspaper : Stanislava Pinchuk unveils The Wine Dark Sea / The Art Newspaper : Europe Without Monuments / Art Agenda : ‘the most effective intervention of Manifesta 14’ / Australian Centre for Contemporary Art : A World of One’s Own Podcast / TED Talk : Sydney Opera House / Madame Figaro : Points Sensibles /  Vogue : Meet Nomadic Artist Stanislava Pinchuki-D Magazine : The Transient Spaces of Stanislava Pinchuk / Pacific Standard : The Art of Nuclear TraumaArt Collector : Mapping a Connection .

10 YEARS 0 MONTHS 8 DAYS OF WAR IN UKRAINE

734 DAYS SINCE FULL SCALE INVASION OF UKRAINE

144 DAYS OF GENOCIDE IN PALESTINE