Yuliya Lanina is a Russian-born American multimedia artist. In her work she creates surreal worlds, fueled by fantasy, femininity, and humor. She has exhibited extensively both nationally and abroad. Her work has been displayed at the Seoul Art Museum, SIGGRAPH Asia 2009, 798 Beijing Biennial 2009, Seoul International Media Art Biennial 2008, KunstFilmBienalle 2007, and more.
Lanina’s most recent solo shows include NY Studio Gallery (NYC, USA), Patrick Heide Contemporary Art Gallery (London, UK), Elements Art Gallery (Perth, Australia), Sara Nightingale Gallery (Sag Harbor, New York, USA), Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery (New York, USA).
Yuliya’s work was featured in many publications, including NYTimes, NYArts Magazine, Bloomberg News, Snob, Brooklyn Rail, and others. She is a recipient of numerous awards and scholarships.
Song by Mike Doughty. 3 min 53 sec. 2011
Dodo-Valse. Stop motion animation. Music by Yevgeniy Sharlat, 4 min 4 sec. 2010
Stop motion animation. Music by Yevgeniy Sharlat. 2 min 46 sec. 2010
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