Anastasia Klymenko

“In love with life as it is, I express feelings in my works - in analog and digital collages and abstract art. Because the philosophy of collage is that something new is formed by combining ``fragments`` of the old. So it is like life- creating new based on the past. Abstract art is about emotions, the process of creating a work is a kind of meditation, inner dance. The main thing is to be able to stop in time. Sometimes it happens that I create a certain work and only when I stop and look at it, I understand what exactly I wanted to say, what is in my soul now. The process comes completely from the inside, the rational is turned off.”

Multimedia Artist


Anastasia Klymenko was born in 1982 in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 2005 she graduated at Solomon International University with a degree in marketing management.


From 2005 to 2008 she worked as a brand manager at Bosch Gmbh.


From 2008 to 2010 she worked as a photo producer and from 2010 to 2014 as a make-up artist.


2016 face art is one of the world's best 40 arts on the site 500.pxl for photographers


In 2014, Anastasia mastered Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator and began making collages.


Since 2020 she works as an artist of digital collages and she illustrated a book about bipolar disorder “Without masks” by Maria Pushkina.


Anastasia has bipolar disorder. She is a psycho-activist and takes part in events, appears on television and for various media. She writes a lot about mental health on her Facebook page and is a Mental Health Ambassador of the Mental Health Ukrainian project.


Exhibitions and Activities:


- 2022 Online exhibition Meta senses ( meta-senses gallery), group exhibition, Kiev, Ukraine
- 2022 Exhibition of Ukraine women artists in Tbilisi, Georgia in the president palace under patronage of the President of Georgia, group exhibition, Tbilisi, Georgia
- 2022 International online exhibition online S-P-A-C-E from the Creators Collective
- 2022 October Exhibition Fraguilty (meta-senses gallery), group exhibition, Kiev, Ukraine
- 2022 Pride art “Fetish”, group exhibition, Berlin, Germany
- 2023 Pride art “Peace”, group exhibition, Berlin, Germany
- 2023 Pride art “Primal matter”, group exhibition, Berlin, Germany
- 2023 The Celebration of Biodiversity by Insecta Collective, group exhibition, Leicester, England
- 2023 SEAS Refugee Week, solo exhibition, Brighton, UK
- 2023 ``Pride! #3 Edition ``Collective Online Show
- 2023 “Art as a response to mental health exhibition” Doncaster art fair, solo exhibition, UK
- 2023 CU46 project Pride #3 Edition Collective online show
- 2023 Hidden Images, Cista arts London gallery, group exhibition, London, UK
- 2023 Women’s Art Festival “FRIDA”, National gallery Galeria e Artit Tiranë, group exhibition, Tirana, Albania


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