Victoria Lomasko

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Separated World, installation view, Edel Assanti, London, UK, 2019

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Drawing on Russian traditions of documentary graphic art, Victoria Lomasko explores contemporary Russian society, particularly the inner workings of the country's diverse subcultures, such as Russian Orthodox believers, LGBT activists, migrant workers, sex workers, and collective farm workers in the provinces. Her work has appeared in Art in America, The Guardian, GQ and The New Yorker and in exhibitions globally, including including, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Garage Museum, Moscow, Russia; GRAD at Somerset House, London, UK and the Cartoonmuseum, Basel, Switzerland. Victoria Lomasko (b. 1978) graduated from Moscow State University of Printing Arts in 2003, with a degree in graphic art and book design. Her book Other Russias, a collection of graphic reportages on social themes, was published in the US by n+1 and in the UK by Penguin and received the Pushkin House Best Book in Translation 2018 award (with translator Thomas Campbell).

 

 

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