Karen Woodbury Gallery now representing Stanislava Pinchuk - Art Collector

Stanislava Pinchuk, Moon {Walking to All My Friends' Houses in the World II}, 2014. Pin pricks on paper (detail), 11 x 150cm. Collection National Gallery of Victoria, courtesy: the artist and Karen Woodbury Gallery

Karen Woodbury Gallery in Melbourne has added artist Stanislava Pinchuk to their stable. Pinchuk also goes by the artist pseudonym Miso.

The artist, who is known for her delicately rendered works on paper, was born in 1988 in Ukraine and currently lives and works between Melbourne and Tokyo.

Gallery director Karen Woodbury notes that Pinchuk’s works, which are created using a hammer and an etching needle, are so subtle that on immediate inspection the works do not reveal the physical endurance that the work demands of the artist. “The conceptual and intriguing imagery meditate on the notions of memory, place and kinship,” says Woodbury. They are maps of journeys remembered or imagined, plotting connections between friends and family, of pathways forged under the constellations.”

Completing a bachelor of arts in art history and philosophy at the University of Melbourne in 2011, Pinchuk has exhibited her works in solo shows since 2008. She is also represented by Hugo Michel Gallery in Adelaide.

The artist has also been included in many significant group exhibitions at National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, National Gallery of Victoria, and RMIT Gallery in Melbourne, with her work held in permanent collections in National Gallery of Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria.

Pinchuk will exhibit at Karen Woodbury Gallery from 2 September until 26 September 2015.

Emily Cones-Browne

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