Daria Barybina

Daria Barybina was born in 1988 in Orekhovo-Zuyevo, lives and works in Moscow.

She graduated from Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V.I Surikov of Russian Academy of Arts named after V.I. Surikov of Russian Academy of Arts (graphic arts), The School of Contemporary Art «Free Workshops», the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia (Sergey Bratkov’s workshop).

The main motif of Barybina’s artistic practice is an attempt to escape from the picturesque articulated and intelligible narrative into the realm of myth, pseudo-sacralized actions. For the artist is characterized by detachment from the plot – interest in the expressiveness of the picture exceeds the interest in nature. Daria often refers to the plastic of the human body and recreated reality.
The main themes of the artist’s works can be called the clash of eternal experiences and everyday life, beauty, variability, pleasure, extreme experience and contemplation.

Her works are found in the collection of Moscow Multimedia Art Museum.

Solo exhibitions:

2017 «Kingkongs», Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow

Selected group exhibitions:

2018 «Yuriy Zlotnikov. The artist’s cosmology», Nadja Brykina Gallery, Moscow
2018 «Acht», Zwo Gallery, Vienna
2017 «Portal» Kiev City State Administration, Kiev, Ukraine
2017 «Rehearsals of pleasures and of other conditions», Regina Gallery, Moscow
2017 «Love», Vladey Space, Moscow
2016 «Monstration. Happy New 17th!», Vladey space, Moscow
2016 «Wave theory», State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2016 «Rodchenko Art School. 10 Years», Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
2016 «Procrastination», Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
2016 «Coolcrazytoomutch»,NIIDAR, Moscow
2016 «Shanghai», Vostochnaya Gallery, Moscow
2016 «City for Artist, Artists for City», Museum of Moscow, Moscow
2015 «What grows from the bottom», Electrozavod Gallery, Moscow
2015 «Sub observationem», Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
2015 «Good night», The Moscow State Vadim Sidur Museum, Moscow


2016 Art Symposium on Contemporary Art «Biryuchiy», Ukraine
2015 Guslitsa Art Residence, Moscow Oblast