Ekaterina Muromtseva (b. 1990, Moscow) is a visual artist whose lyrico-conceptual work with large-scale paintings, installations, videos, and graphics investigates and challenges personal and collective memory through imaginative forms of documentation. Her works have received wide critical acclaim and have been shown across Russia and Europe. Since 2014, she has been running art workshops for with residents of several retirement homes in different regions of Russia.
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