In this episode of the Artmatcher podcastAnna Dianova speaks with Michael Goodman about the responsibility artists have to the world and her process.

About Anna Dianova

Anna has studied painting at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Kyiv. She works in the areas of concept and figurative fine art and belongs to the metamodernism era. As part of that movement, she reinterprets history and creates new futurological mythologies.

From 2008 to 2011, Anna Dianova studied at the T. Shevchenko State Artistic school and graduated from the Faculty of Fine art. While she was studying at the school, she had an opportunity to perform as a model and a DJ at numerous events, which helped her to become recognizable and gain certain popularity.

In 2011, she enrolled in the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, the faculty of fine art, where she had an opportunity to learn from the best masters of the craft. In June 2015, Anna got her BA in Fine Arts at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture.

Since then, Anna has participated in a number of events that have focused on women’s rights, including an exhibition at the Gemluc Art Expo in Monaco in October 2017 and an exhibit in the Ukrainian Parliament titled ‘Harmony of Equals,’ where she displayed her triptych ‘White Ribbon.’

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