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Anna Inkova

Joined Artfinder: July 2019

Artworks for sale: 22

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Belarus

About Anna Inkova

 
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  • Biography

    1979              born in Minsk

    1994 - 1998   studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

    1998 - 2004   studied at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts

    2008              member of the Belarusian Union of Artists

    Since 2009    Lecturer at the Department of Sculpture of Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

     

    Anna Inkova is a contemporary Belarusian artist. She works in the genre of park, monumental, and easel sculpture mainly in bronze and granite. Anna is a successor to a dynasty of artists. Her father is the famous Belarusian sculptor Mikhail Inkov. In the indoor sculpture category, Anna Inkova prefers the animalistic genre and captures the nature of the subject animal with amazing accuracy which stems from years of lengthy observations. Influenced by the art of Ancient Egypt, the sculptor achieves not only rich expressiveness of lines but also clarity and authenticity of movements. In her search for a figurative language to convey animal psychology, Anna Inkova started creating portraits of cats and dogs. Experimenting with composition dynamics, the artist creates both truly realistic and more allegorical, generalized images. Anna Inkova places special emphasis on the decorative features of bronze: patina becomes an additional instrument of artistic expression and a distinctive feature of her technique, which, along with the deliberate roughness and shading of the surface, makes up for the natural coldness of the material. The search for new figurative solutions and bold experimentation with technology and color in formal compositions within the framework of modern eclectic culture have make Anna Inkova one of the most promising contemporary sculptors in Belarus.

     

    Permanent collections:

    National Center for Contemporary Arts, Belarus

    Funds of the Belarusian Union of Artists, Belarus

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  • Education

    1998 - 2004

    Belarusian State Academy of Arts

    1994 - 1998

    Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

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Education

1998 - 2004

Belarusian State Academy of Arts

1994 - 1998

Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov


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Biography

1979              born in Minsk

1994 - 1998   studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

1998 - 2004   studied at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts

2008              member of the Belarusian Union of Artists

Since 2009    Lecturer at the Department of Sculpture of Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

 

Anna Inkova is a contemporary Belarusian artist. She works in the genre of park, monumental, and easel sculpture mainly in bronze and granite. Anna is a successor to a dynasty of artists. Her father is the famous Belarusian sculptor Mikhail Inkov. In the indoor sculpture category, Anna Inkova prefers the animalistic genre and captures the nature of the subject animal with amazing accuracy which stems from years of lengthy observations. Influenced by the art of Ancient Egypt, the sculptor achieves not only rich expressiveness of lines but also clarity and authenticity of movements. In her search for a figurative language to convey animal psychology, Anna Inkova started creating portraits of cats and dogs. Experimenting with composition dynamics, the artist creates both truly realistic and more allegorical, generalized images. Anna Inkova places special emphasis on the decorative features of bronze: patina becomes an additional instrument of artistic expression and a distinctive feature of her technique, which, along with the deliberate roughness and shading of the surface, makes up for the natural coldness of the material. The search for new figurative solutions and bold experimentation with technology and color in formal compositions within the framework of modern eclectic culture have make Anna Inkova one of the most promising contemporary sculptors in Belarus.

 

Permanent collections:

National Center for Contemporary Arts, Belarus

Funds of the Belarusian Union of Artists, Belarus

 
 
 
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