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Valeria Nibiru was born in 1981 in Saint Petersburg. She graduated from S-Petersburg University of Cinema and Television as the graphic artist working over the animation films.

Valeria Nibiru worked in the field of video and photography. She took part in the musical projects since 1999 (groups ZGA, Babsley, Re’sequence, kmnt). She was one of the founders of the Young Designers Festival “Open Defence” (S-Petersburg, Art & Apply Arts Academy, 2006-2008). Since 2009 she is working mainly with graphic art and producing art objects and installations with drawings incorporated. Valeria Nibiru’s art is represented at the galleries Iragui and Regina-Berloga (Moscow) and Marina Gisich and Anna Nova (S-Petersburg). 

She took part in the “Art Moscow Fair” (2010 and 2011), “Salon du Dessin Contemporain” (Paris, 2011),  “Art-Forum” (Berlin, 2010), “Arco” (Madrid, 2010). Valeria Nibiru was nominated for the Kandinsky Prize twice. The collection of drawings “Windless” was purchased by the Foundation “Collection Florence & Daniel Guerlain”.


Selected solo exhibitions


         ''Dreaming'', ArtMost, London.

         ''Windless'', Iragui Gallery, Moscow.


          ''Electro Dream'', Iragui Gallery, Moscow.

          “Sisters in Mind”, Marina Gisich Gallery, S-Petersburg.


           “Cranberry Syrup”, Iragui Gallery, Moscow.

“Shakespeare: The Heroes Portraits”, Club Doma, S-Petersburg.


           “The Fairy Winter”, Anna Nova Gallery, S-Petersburg.


          “Shakespeare: The Heroes Portraits”, Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum Web Biannual.

          “The Soul and/or the Mask”, The Central Theatre Museum, Moscow.

           5th International Photo Festival “Fashion and Style in Photography”.




 Selected group shows


          “Artodox”, Moscow.

          “15 Minutes of Fame”, ART4ru Museum, Moscow.

           “Let’s take!”, Regina-Berloga Gallery, Winzavod, Moscow.


         “New Year is walking through the Europe”, Museum for the City Sculpture, S-Petersburg.

         “Wassily Kandinsky Prize 4”, Moscow, Catalogue.


           “Sputnik Art”, ZUM, Moscow.

           “Infantile Conceptualism”, Together with Anton Matveev, 100Ours Gallery, S-Petersburg  

          “Wassily Kandinsky Prize 2”, Fond Luis Brulin, London


           “Wassily Kandinsky Prize 2”, Moscow, Catalogue.

           “Everything for Sale” Loft Project Etagi–Gallery Formula, S-Petersburg, Catalogue.

           16 International Festival “Master Class”, Russian Museum of Ethnography, S-Petersburg.

           Festival “No Air”, Ekaterinburg, “The Best Idea” Prize for the video clip “Be My Thing”.


          Video Installation “Buy or Die”, With the group “Traitors”, Art & Apply Arts Academy,