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Stanislava Pinchuk (Miso) is an artist working with data mapping the changing topographies of war & conflict zones. Her works document the new topographies created by changing political situations - from data collected by her working on the ground.

Her last bodies of work have mapped the civil war in her home country - Ukraine, as well as the Fukushima & Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zones. Pinchuk’s work centres around a drawing practice - as well as photography, installation & sculpture.

Her works & publishing archive have been acquired by Le Louvre’s Musée des Arts Decoratifs, The National Gallery of Australia, Museum of Contemporary Art, The National Gallery of Victoria & La Bibliothèque Nationale de France.

Stanislava is also known for her work with commercial clients such as Nike, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. - and has recently been named in the Forbes Asia '30 Under 30' list.

Stanislava Pinchuk: Miso
b. 1988: Kharkov, USSR (Ukraine).
University of Melbourne: B.A. (Double Major: Art History/Philosophy , Minor: French)

Solo Exhibitions:
Sarcophagus: China Heights Gallery: 2017
Fall Out: Hugo Michell Gallery: 2016
Surface To Air: Karen Woodbury Gallery: 2015
Silent Landscape: Backwoods Gallery : 2014
Metabolism: Hugo Michell Gallery: 2014
Bright Night Sky: Backwoods Gallery: 2013
Everywhere I Have Ever Been : Mick Gallery: 2013
Tokyo From Memory: Hugo Michell Gallery: 2012
Honey In The Rock: Chalkhorse Gallery: 2012
The Radiant City: Edwina Corlette Gallery: 2011

Museum Collections & Exhibitions:
Musee Des Arts Decoratifs – Le Louvre, The National Gallery of Australia,
Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), The National Gallery of Victoria,
The National Portrait Gallery, UQ Museum, The State Library of Victoria,
Art Gallery of South Australia.
Full publishing archive : The National Gallery of Australia Research Library,
La Bibliotheque Nationale de France.

Select Clients:
Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Florence & The Machine, Nike Global, Adidas, Vice, Vogue, Artless Studios Tokyo, Fast Company NYC, 0fr Tokyo, Converse, Lorde, Murdoch Books, Gigi Hadid, Thames & Hudson, Rag & Bone NYC, Qantas, The Westminster Tokyo, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Alain De Botton, American Institute of Film, Bassike, New Balance, The School NYC, Hardie Grant Publishing, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, i-D Magazine, Tourism Victoria, Clemenger BBDO, Folk Architects, Black Rat Press London, In Context Music NYC, Ballet Australia, Sam Smith.

Fukushima: La Chambre Graphique Paris: 2017
Surface To Air: La Chambre Graphique Paris: 2015
Metabolism: La Chambre Graphique Paris: 2014
Author : Street / Studio: Thames & Hudson Publishing: 2011

Glenfiddich Art Prize & Residency Winner: Scotland 2017
Azores : Walk & Talk Curatorial Project & Residency: Portugal 2016
The Westminster Residency: Tokyo, Japan: 2014
Living Walls Residency: Atlanta, USA : 2013
Dar-Al-Hekma Women’s University Residency : Jeddah, Saudi Arabia : 2012
Headline Speaker: Semi-Permanent : Australia / An Interesting Day: Norway
Forbes Asia : '30 Under 30'

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