Zina Isupova

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Zina Isupova was born in Kiev in 1996. She got degrees from the Shevchenko State Secondary Art School (Department of Painting, 2013) and The Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia (S. Bratkov’s studio “Photography, Sculpture, Video”, 2016).
She works with painting, sculpture and installations. One of the main themes of the artist’s reflection is the transformation of the concept of humanity in critical situations and the impact of media optics on this process.
Zina has participated in several group exhibitions. Her first solo exhibition Swept Away was held at the Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art, where it was part of the Start Programme for Young Artists. For this project, Zina got prizes from the Institut Français and the Embassy of France. She lives and works in Moscow. Her works are found in private collections.

Solo exhibitions:

2015 Swept Away, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art, “Start” Platform for Young Artists (Moscow)

Selected group exhibitions:

2017 Versus, Pinchuk art center (Kiev)
2017 The Takeoff – Exhibition-Forecast, VDNH (Moscow)
2016 The City in Personal Time, Fragment Gallery (Moscow)
2016 Postfactum, Rodchenko Art School Exhibition of graduates, “Worker and Kolkhoz Woman” center of art (Moscow)
2016 Rodchenko Art School. 10 Years, Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow)
2016 Unofficial Language, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow)
2015 The Edge of Trust, Ermilov Centre (Kharkov)
2015 PhoScuVi. The Museum of Moscow (Moscow)
2015 Leaving tomorrow, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow)
2015 …Hurrah! Sculpture!, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow)
2014 On the crucifix, Multimedia Centre of Actual Arts (Moscow)
2014 Troublemakers, Design Factory “FLACON” (Moscow)
2013 FU!, Multimedia Centre of Actual Arts (Moscow)
2013 17 parts, The Museum of Moscow (Moscow)

Works


Underground Resistance, 2016
Mixed media
60 х 25 х 41


Untitled, 2015
Gypsum, hardboard, oil
120 x 80


Untitled, 2015
Gypsum, hardboard, oil
95 x 50


Underground Resistance, 2016
Mixed media
60 х 20 х 41


Untitled, 2015
Gypsum, hardboard, oil
50 x 50