Bio & News
Katya Fialka (b. Moscow, USSR; lives and works in Berlin, Germany) grew up in New York City, and has lived in Mexico, Israel, the Bahamas, and Germany. As such, place and environment are central to her work.
She practiced looking and drawing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Randy Williams, and later studied drawing and painting at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.
These images are dispatches from the present and near future, by a very unreliable narrator. Landscape at the end of the Anthropocene.
2019 - The Future of Art Interview
2018 - Landscape Surveillance series shown at the Re:publica media conference, Berlin
2017 - Transitions: Thresholds, at Dada Post Gallery, Berlin
2017 - Art Reveal Interview
2016 - (Curator) Saar Brokmann, Marius Flucht, Algimantas Povilas Kaveckis: WAIT AND SEE, Sparrow Gallery, Berlin
2016 - Far Off, Messe fuer Gegenwartskunst, Cologne
2015 - Emerging Artists, Berlin Blue Gallery, Berlin
2015 - XXS, Berlin Blue Gallery, Berlin
2014 - Behold the Speed, Sparrow Gallery, Berlin
2009; 2002 - Residencies at the Vermont Studio Center