Anastasia Kopittseva

Копытцева Анастасия родилась 1 декабря 1987 года. Училась в Московском Академическом художественном лицее при Российской Академии художеств, в Всероссийском Государственном Университете кинематографии на художественном факультете и в Британской Высшей школе Дизайна на курсе фотографии. В 2016 году вошла в список топ 100 молодых авторов России привлекательных для инвестиций по версии IN-ART. Живет и работает в Москве.


Выставки: 

2017 «Creativita» K-35 Art Gallery, Москва / 2017  Group exhibition Sylvie Nissen Art Gallery, Канны / 2017 «Eye in the sky» Art Show Gallery, Монако / 2016 «Art Monaco» Espace Fontvieille, Монако / 2016 «Bubbles» Lock Art Gallery, Майами / 2016  «Debut» Askeri Gallery, Москва / 2013 «Невооружённым глазом» персональная выставка, / Восточная галерея, Москва / 2013 «Новый Российский Реализм» ЦДХ, Москва / 2013 «Art Moscow» ЦДХ, Москва / 2013 «Сахарт» Cахарный завод, Москва / 2013 «Art space event» Артплей, Москва / 2012 «Эквивалент» персональная выставка, Восточная галерея, Москва / 2012 «Art Moscow» ЦДХ, Москва / 2012 «FotoMixFight» Photohub Manometr, Москва
2012 «Nike Сhance» Барселона / 2011 «На север. На восток» персональная выставкавка, / 
Восточная галерея,Москва / 2011 «Art Moscow» ЦДХ, Москва / 2011 «Art Martini» Красный Октябрь, Москва /2010 «Student Art Fair» Artplay, Москва / 2017 "Connection " Erarta museum, St. Petersburg

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