Inga Krymskaya

(07.11 -)


Biography

Inga Krymskaya is a contemporary visual artist. Born in Ufa, capital of the Bashkiria region of Russia, Inga left her native land during the Perestroika and moved to the Netherlands in 1993. Having lived in Amsterdam for the past 23 years, she is now London-based. With a grandfather of Tatar origin and a Jewish grandmother, she is fascinated by issues around identity and spirituality – something that was supressed during Soviet times.
Inga’s work has been exhibited at various art fairs and galleries across the world, including G-77 Gallery in Kyoto, VK Gallery in Amsterdam, Wall Gallery in Amsterdam, Arttitud San Francisco, Berliner Liste (Germany), SCOPE (New York, Basel), and the Antwerp EXPO. She will next be featuring Variation 17 of The Feast of Venus at Scope Miami from 1st to 6th December.
Wackers Academie Amsterdam, Painting Department '99
Ceramics, Uithoorn, '97
International School of Amsterdam, Painting Department "John Wood", '96
Model Painting, Raymond Huisman, '95
Galleries:
Sixty One gallery (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
VK gallery (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Arttitud (San Francisco, CA)
Wall gallery (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
G-77 Gallery (Kyoto, Japan)

Exhibition

exhibitions:
2018 Scope Miami Beach, G-77, Kyoto Japan Gallery
2018 Context Art Miami, G-77, Kyoto Japan Gallery
2017 Solo show, G-77, Kyoto Japan Gallery
2016 Scope Miami Beach, G-77, Kyoto Japan Gallery
2016 Solo Exhibition, Dreamspace Gallery, London, United Kingdom
2016 AAF NYC, VK Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2015 - ArtHamptons, G-77,Kyoto Japan Gallery
2015 - SCOPE Basel, G-77,Kyoto Japan Gallery
2015 - SCOPE New York, G-77,Kyoto Japan Gallery
2014 - Paddle 8, The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts, Saatchi Gallery
2014 - SCOPE New York. G-77,Kyoto Japan Gallery. Skylight at Moynihan Station. The USA
2013 - International ART LOS ANGELES . G-77 Kyoto, Japan Gallery. Los Angeles. California, The USA
2013 - SCOPE New York. G-77,Kyoto Japan Gallery. SCOPE New York Pavilion. The USA
2012- Millionaire Fair , Amsterdam RAI, SixtyOne Gallery, The Netherlands
2012 - Scope Bazel Maiami. G-77 Kyoto, Japan Gallery. Art Azia Pavilion. Miami, The USA
2012 - SCOPE Basel. G-77 Kyoto, Japan Gallery. SCOPE Basel Pavilion. Basel, Switzerland
2012 - ART-SOUTHAMPTON. G-77 Kyoto, Japan Gallery. Art Southampton Pavilion. Southampton. NY, The USA
2011 - Berliner Liste 2011. TRAFO. Berlin, Germany
2011 - Gallery More Then Art. "Primavera'11". AHOY. Rotterdam, The Netherland
2010 - "Primavera'10". AHOY. Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2010 - Spring Celebration. Ten Elsenhuyze. Brasschaat, Belgium
2010 - Art Laren. Laren, The Netherlands
2009 - 2015 The Affordable Art Fair (Amsterdam, NYC, London, Seoul, Brussels)
2009 - Reception and Art Exhibition. SPSP Amstelveen . The Netherlands.
2008 - International Art Exhibit. The Modern Art Gallery. Los Angeles. California, The USA
2006 - De Kunst van het Wonen. Willa Arena. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2006 - Reception and Art Exhibition. Edha Interior . Amsterdam
2005 - Kunst - Event. Amsterdam,The Netherlands
2005 - Kunst - Event. Antwerp EXPO. Antwerp, Belgium
2003 - Reception and Art Exhibition. SPSP, Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
2002- Art Exhibit at ISA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2001- Art Exhibit at Walls , Amsterdam, Walls Gallery, The Netherlands
1997- International Art Exhibit at ISA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1996- International Art Exhibit at FU, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1995- International Art Exhibit at ISA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1974- 1980 - National Student's art exhibitions.

Work Selection

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"Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form II "

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"Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form III "

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"Perception of Colour and Water. Solid Form V"

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