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Flora Yukhnovich

By 17th August 2022August 20th, 2022Speakers-2022

Flora Yukhnovich is acclaimed for paintings in which she adopts the language of Rococo, reimagining the dynamism of works by eighteenth-century artists such as Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, François Boucher, Nicolas Lancret and Jean-Antoine Watteau through a filter of contemporary cultural references including film, food, and consumerism. Born in 1990, Yukhnovich completed her MA at the City & Guilds of London Art School in 2017. She has exhibited at Victoria Miro, London, Brocket, London, Parafin, London, GASK, the Gallery of the Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic, the Jerwood Gallery Hastings and at Blenheim Walk Gallery, Leeds Arts University, UK. Previous solo exhibitions with Victoria Miro include Thirst Trap (2022), The Venice Paintings (2020), and Barcarole (2020). Collections include Government Art Collection and The David Roberts Art Foundation. In 2018 she completed The Great Women Artists Residency at Palazzo Monti, Brescia. She is represented by Victoria Miro