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Anna
Sergeevna Chekh
PRO

Russia 
born in 1994 •
 
artist
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Anna Chekh was born on February 1, 1994 in Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk. The creative line of the future artist developed rapidly from a very young age. At the age of 6 she went to an art school, was repeatedly a laureate of children's show jumping, a prize-winner of major art projects. The artist's ambition and courage bore fruit - already at the age of 15, the first personal exhibition was held in Dnepropetrovsk, at which her works were sold, and at the age of 23, the artist's presentation was held in northern Italy in the city of Merano.
Development, freedom and openness to the world - it was this motto that led Anna to a very rich professional life and a creative profession. After graduating with honors from the Kiev Polytechnic University, Anna managed to work as a PR specialist on one of the rating TV channels in Ukraine - STB, and then move to Moscow and become the art director of the most famous choir in the world - the Turetsky Choir.
Music played the role of a guide in Anna's creative space. For 6 years, having traveled all over the world with a tour of the legendary collective, having organized more than 100 events of various topics, format and importance, the artist has depicted everything she experienced on canvas. In them, she abandons literalism, preferring to play with shapes and colors. The themes of her paintings are dedicated to life events, human relationships and experiences. Each of them has its own real story, which Anna reinterpreted through an art form, and which continued to live on canvas. The works show a bright and sharp manner of painting, harmoniously intertwined with notes of positive and symbolism.
The artist's paintings are presented in Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Germany and the USA. The works are in private collections of statesmen, ministers, famous designers.
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