Valeria Miroshnikova

Вorn on March 1, 1996, in Luhansk, Ukraine. As a child, she danced and organized events. In 2014, she graduated as a Commodity Merchant and Financier at the Luhansk State College of Economics and Trade. At the age of 18 (2014) she moved to Kyiv due to the situation in Luhansk (war).
At the age of 21 she opened a souvenir shop. After 1 year and 3 months, made a decision to close. After closing the store, she asked herself, «What can I do well? What do I like? What am I interested in now?» - chose to move in the direction of photography and art. Since 2019, he has been shooting, mainly advertising photography, for personal brands, social projects and creative photography.
Since 2020, she has fallen in love with the art of forgetfulness. So I decided to study and practice through photography and collages.

Exhibitions:
2021 - Monthly exposition of CUTOUT STUDIO residents, Kyiv Ukraine. (debut 3.12.21)

Valeria Miroshnikova
Вorn on March 1, 1996, in Luhansk, Ukraine. As a child, she danced and organized events. In 2014, she graduated as a Commodity Merchant and Financier at the Luhansk State College of Economics and Trade. At the age of 18 (2014) she moved to Kyiv due to the situation in Luhansk (war).
At the age of 21 she opened a souvenir shop. After 1 year and 3 months, made a decision to close. After closing the store, she asked herself, «What can I do well? What do I like? What am I interested in now?» - chose to move in the direction of photography and art. Since 2019, he has been shooting, mainly advertising photography, for personal brands, social projects and creative photography.
Since 2020, she has fallen in love with the art of forgetfulness. So I decided to study and practice through photography and collages.

Exhibitions:
2021 - Monthly exposition of CUTOUT STUDIO residents, Kyiv Ukraine. (debut 3.12.21)
My works reflect the internal state on the external stimuli of life. Stress at work, personal relationships, women in the metropolis
and changing attitudes due to experience and growing up. Every day, our attitude to the same situation changes through the media,
social networks and connections. With the help of color, composition, accents and knowledge of art history,
creating collages generates a new look at ordinary things.
My mission: to create people through art!