ARTIST TALK: with Eugenie Vronskaya

An in conversation followed by an audience Q&A with artist Eugenie Vronskaya and creative director Catherine Milner during her exhibition ‘Between the seen and the imagined’ in the Long Gallery.

Eugenie Vronskaya is a Russian born artist currently living and working in London.

She attended Krasnopresnenskaya School of Art and a Fine Art University in Moscow. In 1989 Vronskaya arrived in the UK and in 1991 she became the first Russian Student ever to achieve an MA at the Royal College of Art.

Vronskaya was invited by Sir Anthony Caro to participate in the International Triangle Workshop in New York state USA and subsequently was involved in running a number of Triangle International workshops in Africa (Zimbabwe, South Africa and Botswana).

Her work can be found in many private collections across the world as well as at The Tate Britain, V&A Museum in London, Borchard collection, Art UK, Pushkin and Tret’yakov Gallery in Moscow.

Biography 

Eugenie Vronskaya

[ 1966
- Present ]
Eugenie Vronskaya is a Russian born artist currently living and working in London. She attended Krasnopresnenskaya School of Art and a Fine Art University in Moscow. In 1989 Vronskaya arrived to UK and in 1991 she became the first Russian Student ever attending MA at the Royal College of Art.

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