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Victoria Borisova

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Construction/Deconstruction (Transformation of a Sleeve), 2016 Canvas, Metal Wire, Acrylic Paint 10 Ft X 12 Ft X 3 Ft
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Construction/Deconstruction (Transformation of a Sleeve), 2016 Canvas, Metal Wire, Acrylic Paint 10 Ft X 12 Ft X 3 Ft
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Construction/Deconstruction (Transformation of a Sleeve), 2016 Canvas, Metal Wire, Acrylic Paint 10 Ft X 12 Ft X 3 Ft
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Construction/Deconstruction (Transformation of a Sleeve), 2016 Canvas, Metal Wire, Acrylic Paint 10 Ft X 12 Ft X 3 Ft
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Russia
Birth year
1986
Lives in
New York
Works in
New York
Schools
National Academy, 2016, Certificate
LaGCC, 2013, AA
NIzhegorodsky State University, 2008, MA
Statement

Victoria Borisova was born in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. She moved to New York, USA in 2009 to pursue her career in Fine Arts. 

She holds Masters degree in Economics from Lobachevsky University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, Certificate Degree from National Academy of FIne Arts and Associates Degree in Fine Arts from LaGuardia College (CUNY), New York, US. 

Victoria is working in various styles and mediums. In 2012 while focusing on painting at LaGuardia college she won a Fantasy Fountain Fund Fellowship at the Modern Art Foundry in Astoria, NY.  The fellowship was an amazing opportunity for her to learn the process of bronze sculpture casting from the beginning to the the end, and made her fall in love with the process of creating three-dimentional works. At the National Academy of Fine Arts School where she is focusing on human figure anatomy and sculpture. 

In her most recent projects she is blurring the lines between painting and sculpture creating sculptural paintings on traditional stretched canvases as well as creating large scale installations that combine numerous clothing patterns choreographed into an improvised new site-specific dance in every location it is installed.