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Daria
Olegovna Zhuravleva

born in 1985 • artist

Biography and information

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Participation in exhibitions:
* 2009 - opening day 2009 the Nizhny Novgorod fair, G. N. Novgorod
* September 2010 - Exhibition of "Lower Types", N. Novgorod
* November 2010 - Participation in the final exhibition of the International competition of contemporary art "art preview", Kino Gallery (Moscow). Special prize for "sincerity in art".
* November 2011 - Participation in the Russian art week ArtWeek (gallery Mars, Moscow). The prize in nomination "folk art"
* December 2011 - Participation in a charity auction to help children (g. N. Novgorod)
* March-April 2012 - personal exhibition in cafe gallery "Artbuz" (G. N. Novgorod)
* April 2012 - Participation in the Russian art week ArtWeek (Moscow). 3 prizes in different categories
* may 2013 participation in art project night at the Museum (Nizhny Novgorod)
*fall 2013-personal exhibition in cafe gallery "Artbuz"
*December 2013-personal exhibition in the Bank Petrocommerce (Lower Nowogrod)
* February 2014-participation in the exhibition "Freedom of creation" Nizhny Novgorod State Exhibition Complex
* February 2014-creative colony in pančevo, Serbia
* June 2014 - participation in the exhibition of contemporary art "Vertical" Nizhny Novgorod
* July 2014 - personal exhibition in gallery "Art52" Nizhny Novgorod
* December 2014 - personal exhibition "Space is closer than you think" Nizhniy Novgorod planetarium
* January 2015 - participation in the exhibition "Freedom of creation" Nizhny Novgorod State Exhibition complex
*July 2015 - personal exhibition "Library. Center business and legal information", Nizhny Novgorod
*January 2016-solo exhibition "family reading Centre" Nizhny Novgorod
*March 2016 - participation in the exhibition "Freedom of creation", Nizhny Novgorod
*December 2016 - Christmas exhibition in the gallery "Dobrador" N. Novgorod
Works are in private collections in Russia, USA, Georgia, Germany, Spain, Serbia, and Bulgaria.