M. Mystery Artist was born in 1997, in Belarus. Since young age M. lived
in many countries including Georgia, Kyrgyzstan,Kazakhstan and Hungary.
M. always had a necessity for self-expression.
During childhood M. directed funny home plays with her siblings.
M's adolescence was spent writing scripts and making short films. Following passion of cinema, M. got a Bachelors degree in the United Kingdom.
When the pandemic hit the world, M. was working as a bookshop assistant in Belarus. One day M. decided to quit and become a painter. Finally, it felt like M. found her path.
In 2020 M. moved back to the United Kingdom and continued creative journey.
M's work can be found in private collections in Belarus, United States of America, Denmark, Hungary and United Kingdom.
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Categories: contemporary british artists (born 1997).
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Added Sep 8, 2022
VOGUE: 4th Edition Exhibition
Boomer Gallery, 150 Tooley Street, SE1 2TU
What is the right approach to contemporary art when there is so much going on?
There is so much going on in art right now that we often feel confused and we ask ourselves- why is a certain artist successful and I’m not?
Well, nobody has a straight forward answer for this question but if we get a closer look at the very successful artists we often see a pattern, they tend to get inspired from each other, they follow the VOGUE.
The aim of this exhibition is to see how contemporary artists respond to contemporary world and to connect them and their work with an wider audience.
This Exhibition Will Take Place At Our Space In Tower Bridge London.
The space is located in one of most iconic places in the world and the most visited place in the whole UK.
The space is nestled between modern and classic London icons: The Shard 4 minutes, Tower Bridge 1 minute, London Bridge 2 minutes.