Russian artist Anna Nemchinova was born and raised beyond the Polar circle. From the early childhood she is familiar with the severity, beauty, and contrasts of the north. Its external coldness combines with the internal power and fire. Scarce at the first glance but diverse in closer study landscapes impress with variety. Long dark nights flare up with the wonder of polar lights. However, Anna’s works are not exclusively about the north. Her art is more of a search of the Russian soul, a reflection of how she sees herself in every epoch and every generation, despite the hardships. The language of folklore in her art and the Russian national ornaments intertwine with the contemporary 90s and 00s - the time of Anna’s youth. Story-like and real, sublime and common, deep and obvious - both riddles and answers, enlightenment and weakness in attempts to grasp the unknown are all at once present in Annas works. Moscow became Anna’s second home, but the North will forever be in her heart. In Moscow, she studied at the school of modern art, («Свободные мастерские»), of (ММОМА) in a program for artists called “Newest Art.” After that, she graduated from British Higher School of Design, majoring in illustration.
Her works, just as the rest of the modern culture, are a synthesis - a mixture of relevant aesthetics interacting with and enriching traditional Russian ornaments, domestic images rethought through the logic of dreams, patterns taking up the leading roles of the composition. Anna creates with mixed media and uses various materials from both painting and illustration.
2007: School of contemporary art «Free Workshops» based at MMOMA (Moscow Museum of Modern Art)
2008-2011: British Higher School of Art and Design
2009: BHSAD Annual Exhibition, Moscow 2010: BHSAD Annual Exhibition, Moscow 2011: Rock Paper Scissors, Glaz Gallery, Moscow 2011: International Festival of Comics KomMission, Moscow 2011: BHSAD Annual Exhibition, Moscow 2017: Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards Art Exhibition, Triumph Gallery, Moscow 2018: Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards Art Exhibition, Moscow 2021: Art Russia Fair, Gostiny Dvor, Moscow 2022: Art to the North, Omelchenko Gallery, Moscow 2022: Modern Art Museum Siyanie, Murmansk region 2022: Art Russia Fair, Gostiny Dvor, Moscow