ВЕРОНИКА МОШНИКОВА

VERONIKA MOSHNIKOVA

VERONIKA MOSHNIKOVA (*1989) was born and grew up in Yalta (Crimea, Ukraine). She is currently based in Zurich, Switzerland. In 2010, Moshnikova received her diploma from the Crimean Art School, a college in the name of N.S. Samokish. In 2015, she obtained her MA degree in graphics, visual communication, and contemporary art at the University of the Arts Poznan (UAP) in Poland. In 2020, she earned her Ph.D. degree from the Department of Painting and Drawing at the UAP.
Education
2010 Diploma from the Crimean Art School
2015 MA degree in graphics, visual communication, and contemporary art at the University of the Arts Poznan (UAP), Poland
2020 Ph.D. degree from the Department of Painting and Drawing at University of the Arts Poznan (UAP), Poland
Solo exhibitions
2021
“Time record,” online exhibition at Nadja Brykina Gallery x Artsy

2020
“Assimilation,” doctoral thesis exhibition at gallery Szewska 16, Poznan, Poland

2015
“The Flow of Thoughts,” Trochę Kultury, Poznan, Poland
Group exhibitions (selected)
2020
“What about Tomorrow?” Art Veine, Brazil

2019
“War Games 1939...” Łaznia Gallery, Radom, Poland

2018
The 1 Hour Short Film Festival, North Art, Auckland, New Zealand
“Faces of an abstraction,” WPSP gallery, Warsaw Gallery Weekend, Poland

2016
Pomeranian Biennial of Youth Art, ZPAP, Gdansk (finalist), Poland
Stream of Art – post-competition exhibition, Sopot Centrum, Sopot, Poland
Jamais vu – exhibition of doctoral students of Wrocław and Poznań, Galeria za szybą, Academy of Fine Arts Wroclaw, Poland
Trauma od a rectangle – Exhibition of doctoral students of Wrocław and Poznań, Atrium Gallery, UA Poznań, Poland
Fresz Modul, Galeria Fresz, Cracow, Poland

2015
Warsaw Festival of Artistic Photography, Poster Museum in Wilanow, Warsaw, Poland
Sito, Galerie Koridor, Ostrava, the Czech Republic
“Colonnade,” Poznań University of Technology, Poznan, Poland
“Ouwagah!” Krakauer House, Nurnberg, Germany
9th National Student Graphic Biennial, gallery Arsenal, Poznan, Poland

2014
Freedom, Budapest, Hungary, Poland
The official opening of Czapski Art Foundation, Poznań, Poland
AK30, ul. Grottgera 15, Poznan, Poland

2013
8th National Student Graphic Biennial in Poznan, gallery Arsenal, Poland

2010
“Figurama,” Prague, the Czech Republic
“Drawing Areas,” Katowice, Poland