Alexandra Gromova

My current practice puzzles over exploring and visualizing an invisible realm of female mental experience: in particular spontaneous and uncontrollable emotions. To visualize these invisible states I use paints to create a story, based on my concept and fluorescent colours, where I put characters, shapes, lines and marks into a balanced composition. My narratives are seeking to feature and reveal the inner enigma, vulnerability, fragility, misunderstanding, alienation and complexity of female nature.”

Alexandra Gromova was born in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. She studied at Saint Petersburg State Repin Academic Insitute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. She is currently based in London, where she graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 2014. In the same year she was interviewed for Garde Magazine. Her works have been displayed in different group shows and additionally she has had two solo exhibitions in London- Another Wor(l)d (2013) and Once Upon A Time (2015).

Education:

Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, BA Fine Art (2.1), 2014

Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, 2010

Stockholm University School of Business, МВА International Business, 2009

Stockholm University, Degree of Master of Science in Business and Economics, 2009

 

Group exhibition:

Graduate Art & Design Exhibition, Candid Gallery, London
2016

Islington contemporary Art and Design fair, Candid Arts Trust, London 2014

Undergraduate Degree Show, Chelsea College of Arts, London 2014

7BIOSIS, The Arches, London
2013

Primaries, Cultivate gallery, London
2012

Annual Open 28, Café gallery, London
2012

Entwined, Chelsea College of Arts, London
2012

Group show, Triangle space, Chelsea College of Arts, London  2011

Solo exhibitions:

Once Upon A Time, Embassy Tea gallery, London 2015

Another Wor(l)d, The Vyner Street gallery, London 2013

Publications:


Garde Magazine, December 2014, Issue 8

 

 

Awards and Publications: Garde Magazine, December 2014, Issue 8