• Alexandra Eliseeva
    Alexandra is the co-founder and CCO of the projects "Art Of Blockchain" and "RE", within the framework of these projects she has held more than 15 exhibitions of her art in China, Singapore, UAE, Germany, Czech Republic and other countries. More than 50 of her paintings have decorated people's homes around the world in three years. Alexandra's works are always imbued with a double meaning, restraint, understatement, causing background tension by their depth, embedded inside, surfacing through the picture.
  • Alexandra Efimova
    Alexandra strives for an experimental combination of different forms and techniques, working in painting, graphics, alla prima method. She denies any sketches and preparatory sketches, working immediately on canvas. Her painting is a synthesis of photography, graphics and digital art, using classical drawing.
    The central theme of Alexandra Efimova's work is "Man in the age of digital technology". From the technical point of view, the artist often uses the technique of elusive, "blurred" frame. Time is accelerating, as well as the changes taking place in it. The main figure in this chaos is man. Transforming reality into a world of illusions, the body and face practically lose their significance, just as a person ceases to be unique. In Alexandra's works, the person becomes secondary, often merging with the surrounding space. The artist often relies on her own experience, experiences, impressions from interaction with the world and people. Without depicting a specific place of action, for her space is a play of associations, filled with characters from the subconscious or memories.

  • Anastasia Danilenko
    Anastasia Danilenko is a graphic designer by profession. But the field of her realisation became painting, moreover, such a traditional pictorial genre as portrait. Although traditional in Danilenko's intents it cannot be called, as it were, traditional. "I paint images and forms. Colour spots and lines. My characters in my paintings have their eyes closed. Without looking a person in the eyes we see much more" - says the artist. Her portraits are rather works about herself and her relationship with the world. Anastasia Danilenko's portraits are confessional, regardless of the captured image. The artist is concerned not so much with a specific image as with the essence of the shell that hides a person. In waist portraits, the figurative load is carried by gesture, the very general position of the body. Anastasia Danilenko always starts with black colour, painting the whole surface of the canvas with black paint and then painting on it with her favourite range of green and pink colours. This technique of "black canvas" is conditioned by both technological and psychological motives. On the black underpainting the colours sound saturated, the image has a black contour and rigid structure. From this black nothingness and her subconscious Anastasia, like a sculptor, carves out images that are alluring and captivating in their frankness.

  • Maxim Dobrovolsky
    Maxim Dobrovolsky is an experimental artist who works in different styles and techniques. His paintings are filled with life metaphors, touching on themes of social aspects of society.
    In his "Another World" series, Maxim Dobrovolsky explores the impact of human selfishness on other people's lives. "Every minute we are told what to do, how to live, what to think about... The impact of the new world on us is enormous, and sometimes we forget to stop and look deep within ourselves. Thanks to nurtured patterns, social media, toxic selfishness, other people's dreams and love, we are not changing for the better" - says the artist.

  • Natalia Veneva
    Natalia Veneva (39 years old, Moscow) is an artist who explores the life of modern society. The author writes her works on topical themes of spiritual and social life of contemporaries. The main meanings are intellectuality, spirituality, creation. Natalia was born and studied in Moscow. In 2007 she graduated from the Master's programme at the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Strategic Management.
    Since childhood she has been fond of painting, but only recently she started to study art professionally. At first I was fascinated by oil painting, but not in the classical variant. The artist has always been interested in modern textural techniques, so the mastichin was chosen as the main tool. The first hobby was Impressionism, which over time transformed into the author's style and the technique became more diverse.

    SURAZICA works in mixed techniques, creating metaphorical works that reflect the organic and destructive relationship between humans and the natural environment. In her multi-layered, full of detail paintings, the artist shares her feelings about the state of our planet and her relationship to it. Her work is a reflection on the impact of technological progress on the environment.
    SURAZICA lives and works in Thailand, where she was impressed by how much plastic has blended with nature. Living in that country also influenced her vibrant colour palette and added exotic elements to her work.

  • Xenia Fleisher
    Born in Siberia in 1991.
    Lives in London.
    Education: 2020 - 2022 British Higher School of Design, Contemporary Art (Moscow School of Contemporary Art).
    Ksenia develops her talent in the genre of watercolour painting. Characterised by its plasticity, at times expressiveness and unpredictability, this type of painting echoes the theme of psychologism in art, which is the main leitmotif in Ksenia's works. In her works she explores the diversity of the spectrum of human emotions, their intensity, depth, sensuality and changeability. Xenia Fleischer's work is imbued with empathy and a subtle ability to capture and convey the multifaceted nature of human experience. She paints her paintings intuitively, without sketches. All the images reflected in her works are echoes of her own feelings and reactions to events that occurred in different periods of her life. Through her paintings Ksenia endeavours to demonstrate to the audience that many of us share similar experiences. Immersed in the atmosphere of her paintings, the viewer shares her joy and finds comfort in the realisation that even the most difficult experiences are common to all of us. The unique style of presenting images flowing from one to another reminds us that everything is in a constant cycle and movement, which means that any, even the strongest experiences, are not eternal. And it is the fleeting and changeable nature of the moments of our life that makes it truly unique and rich, and the human soul tangible "to the touch". It is at the moment of one's own analysis that a person can touch what is not visible to other people's eyes. To the most sacred, intimate and fragile components of her "I" - the soul and the heart.

  • Romanoz
    Romanoz is the first artist who turned to transcendental philosophy and reflected it on his paintings. He can safely be called the founder of a new direction in art - transcendentalism. Romanoz uses various techniques - silicone / wood, canvas / oil, acrylic, etc.
    The author himself believes that everyone has the ability to travel to the depths of the subconscious, and this journey is easier and more interesting to make together with the help of transcendental art.
    Romanoz's works are in private collections all over the world, even in the possession of such famous people as Björk and David Lynch. Romanoz is constantly being invited to participate in international exhibitions.

    Evgenia Bardina, born in Moscow in 1998. Graduated from Stroganov Moscow State Art Academy, Department of Communicative Design (Bachelor's degree 2020, Master's degree 2022).
    Evabardo style was born by a series of experiments and overcoming the pillars laid down by strict education in one of the main art universities of the country, the Stroganov Moscow State Art Academy. The reworking of classical attitudes and forming his own is one of the most difficult tasks for the young author, seeking and inventing. As a result of researching her possibilities, she becomes a graphic artist and a painter, which can be united in the general direction of "new academism", which is directed towards the field of expressionism. The interests of the last years of the artist are focused on the work with active colour and its inclusion in female plasticity. The author's works are impossible without the dynamics of colour - it is it that creates the bodily mobility of her heroines, often devoid of individuality, but never of feelings.
  • Polina Suvorova
    Polina Suvorova is an artist who examines the human being under modern optics, Using the plastic language of digital technology, she translates the digital image into the material world. Distortions, errors and broken images become a phenomenon of beauty

  • Alexandra Khalipskaya
    Alexandra Khalipskaya is a young artist and actress from Moscow. Trembling or bent, the figures in her works appear vulnerable to the viewer, as if in all the nakedness of their sincerity.
    Alexandra's works are about love, tenderness, openness, desire and the search for self. In her works Alexandra analyses the duality of the human soul, creates her own world with the help of runes and ancient symbols, which help to better reveal the essence of her works, if you are able to read them.

  • Elene Metreveli
    "I have always opposed the opinion that the artist paints only when he is bad," Elene Metreveli often repeated. Bright, communicable and very sensitive to the world, she always carried her art, relying on these sensations. But in 2018, she had to deal with the circumstances that those feelings took away. The artist's life was divided into "before" and "after."
    Elene was born in Tbilisi in 1988. Already after the difficult withdrawal of Georgia from the Soviet Union, which undoubtedly influenced the formation of a persistent and combat character, she went to Moscow. After graduating from school as an external student, she entered the Faculty of Architecture of the Moscow State Art Institute named after Surikov. The youngest applicant in 250 years (at that time she was 15), Elene did not stop the search for "her" art for a minute, and therefore spent a lot of time in the circles of painters, sculptors, performance artists, and designers. The special perception of space gained at the university, as well as the lack of strict obligation to study academic painting, gave the artist a certain courage, read in any of her works - be it canvas, design of public space or print for a clothing brand.
    Enthusiasm and morale gave the artist a unique style, which was quickly loved by restaurateurs, designers, gallery owners and simply connoisseurs of beauty. For 5 years, Elene managed to work with world fashion brands (Yashka Moore, Guram Gvasalia, Ria Keburia), arrange a personal performance exhibition "Paint Me Tender," arrange several famous establishments in Moscow (The Box, Beer Happens, Ess-Thetik). But in 2018, health problems intervened in a romance with art - vision began to deteriorate. After the diagnosis of "glaucoma," Elene was re-introduced to her own feelings. Vision did not just get worse, but periodically completely refused. Then the artist painted with a bandage in her eyes to live a new state and reflect it in her art.
    "I had to give up the past and accept the new reality," Elene says of that period. Each new test, of which there were many from 2018 to 2020, the artist met with paint on her hands. Persistence and sincere reluctance to part with art certainly influenced the perception of creativity itself. If earlier paintings could be based solely on the idea, now in 100% of cases these are very specific images and feelings. But the word "concrete" means the way Elene sees the world now. So a new creative unit was born, which incorporated the experience of a successful artist and a blind child who studies the world with genuine interest and greed.