Where George Gund Building, Projection Room, Reinberger Galleries
Yuliya Lanina, a Russian- born American multimedia artist, creates alternate realities in her works—ones based on fantasy, femininity, and humor, with such gusto its hard to sit down; viewers have been known to break out and dance during her short films.
She has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. Her work has been displayed at the Seoul Art Museum, SIGGRAPH Asia, 798 Beijing Biennial, Seoul International Media Art Biennial, KunstFilmBienalle and other venues.
Lanina’s most recent solo shows include NY Studio Gallery (New York City, USA), Patrick Heide Contemporary Art Gallery (London, UK). Elements Art Gallery (Perth, Australia), Sara Nightingale Gallery (Sag Harbor, New York, USA), Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery (New York, USA). Her latest collaboration with C. Eule Dance group and composer Yevgeniy Sharlat was premiered at Peridance Capezio Center(New York City, USA).
Yuliya’s work has been reviewed by many publications, including NYArts Magazine, Bloomberg News, Snob, Brooklyn Rail and others. She has been a recipient of numerous awards and scholarships.
George Gund Building
Projection Room , Reinberger Galleries
11141 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
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