Yana Dimitrova (b. 1983) is a Brooklyn-based visual artist born in Yambol, Bulgaria. She uses numerous artistic methods including paintings, drawings, embroidery as a form of research, and investigating societal contradictions, with an interest in systems of alienation and the role of art objects within them. Her solo exhibitions include I share, you share… still too expensive, Walke, Brussels, Belgium (2014); Future People, CEC, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013), and How did modernism kill itself?, Open Atelier ZO, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013). She was an artist-in-residence at Residency Unlimited, New York City (2013), Open Atelier Zuidoost, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013), and the Vermont Studio Center, Johnston, VT (2009). Dimitrova received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

 

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