Marina Rubin

Marina Rubin was born in the small town of Vinnitsa, Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union. Her family immigrated to United States in 1989 seeking asylum. Her first chapbook Ode to Hotels (2002) was followed by Once (2004) and Logic (2007). Her work had appeared in over seventy magazines and anthologies including 13th Warrior Review, […]

Anya Roz

Anya Roz (aka Anya Rozhdestvenskaya) is an artist and photographer residing in New York on the Spanish side of Harlem. She was born and raised in Moscow in an eclectic family of artists. Studied design at the Pratt Institute in New York, but later focused on painting and photography as the main pursuits. In the […]

Anton Vitkovskiy

I’m a Graphic Designer and Artist living in new York. I moved to US 12 years ago. My fine art style is post-expressionism. [nggallery id=35]

Andrey Tsers

Artist Statement: Stylization is one of the most exciting aspects of a creative process. It connects one’s first impression of the world around with a subsequent expression about this experience. Results of such an individual interpretation sometimes can be powerful enough to convince the others, and inspire nations to use them for centuries. Concept of […]

Kate Balandina

Kate, a native of Odessa, Ukraine, graduated from the NYU Film Department and is currently a film director and producer. She believes that art brings people together and exposes the beauty of people like nothing else in the world. To foster those beliefs she is dedicating herself to the art of video.

Sofy Yuditskaya

Sofy Yuditskaya (@horusVacui) is a non-disciplinary researcher and practitioner, examining the nature of human actions in relationship to their fragmented digital representations. Her practice weaves together a variety of performance types, including musical performance with her own transmission based instruments, the uttered word, interactive dance, techno-futuristic occult rituals, and a variety of site specific social […]

Dasha Ziborova

Dasha Ziborova is a Children’s Books Illustrator. She has “Crispin the Terrible” and “In English, of Course” along her list. “The Numbers Dance” book is scheduled for publishing next fall. Dasha’s works has been reviewed in Washington Post, Kirkus Reviews, and it was mentioned in The New York Times Metro Section. Her last book was […]

Tatiana Kochkareva

With powerful vocals and intricate arrangements, Tatiana Kochkareva’s intelligent indie-rock is both dynamic and haunting; a result of her early classical and jazz training mixed with her love of rock music greats like Pink Floyd and Queen. A Moscow native with a passionate voice evoking comparisons to Nina Simone, Kochkareva will release her third album, […]

Yuliya Lanina

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 […]

Sergey Voronin

Sergey Voronin was born in Moscow in 1974. He started painting and drawing at the age of 12. In 1998 Sergey graduated from Moscow University of Architecture and soon after returned to the university as a teacher. In addition to teaching, he was involved in fine art and interior design, and had a number of […]