Ludmila Kazinkina

A fundamental element in Kazinkina's painting is the female presence: a world apart in a mysterious, suspended time. A harmony of form and content is sought. Ludmila's women have distinct physiognomies, in simple, unadorned places, mostly outdoors: they are fairy-like, pale apparitions in a kind of still image, in a suspended moment that makes the reflected vision of a moment immortal.

Ludmila Kazinkina was born in 1975 in Kaluga. She moved first to Moscow and then to Italy, residing in several cities. She currently lives and works between Parma and Moscow.
She has had solo exhibitions in numerous Italian cities from Parma to Milan and around the world, from Berlin to Singapore, participating at the 54. Venice Biennale in 2011, Italian Pavilion, Emilia Romagna Region. Her works are present at the Copelouzos Family Art Museum in Athens and at the Pistorio Foundation in Singapore. In 2016 and 2019, she was among the finalists of 'Arteam Cup', with exhibitions in Alessandria and Sanremo (IM).