Sana Shahmuradova-Tanska

Вибрані твори

Біографія

Sana Shahmuradova-Tanska (b.1996, Odesa, Ukraine) spent a significant part of her childhood in the countryside Podillia region in Ukraine, among rivers and forests. IN 2014, she immigrated to Toronto, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at York University. Doing graphics on an ongoing basis, she later decided to turn to painting. In 2020, she finally made a decision to relocate to the city thats been inspiring her all along – Kyiv. Sana uses ink and a brush, and sometimes also pastels to create graphics on paper or canvas. For painting, she uses old burlap or canvas and oil. As an artist, she searches for the barely explored roots of her origins through collective and personal archetypes. Her selected shows include: “Tree after a tree”, Asortymentna Kimnata, Ivano-Frankivsk (2023), “Czarnoziem”, (to the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor — Great Famine), curated by Ivana Berchak, Galeria Dim, Warszawa (2022), “Like in a movie…”, Artsvit Gallery, Dnipro (2022), “If it is no war today, it doesnt mean there is no war”, Galeria Institut Goethe, Goethe Institut, Soniakh, Kraków (2022), “APOKALIPSYS”, Diogenes gallery, Lviv (2022), “The Waxing Crescent Myth”, Muzeon Experimental Centre, Odesa (2021) etc.