About me

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Conceptual fashion artist

Ksenia Kudasova was born in 1985 in Tula, lives and works in Khimki (Moscow region).
She has graduated from university with specialisation on clothing and footwear design. She worked as a fashion illustrator at the Moscow Fashion Week. She studied fashion illustration with Blair Breitenstein and Alena Lavdovskaya.
Now she is studying at the 2-year program in the Institute of Contemporary Art in the workshops of Ivan Novikov, Ivan Gorshkov and Avdey Ter-Oganyan.

Ksenia works with the study of redundancy as a cultural code (nobrow principle), revises human values in the air of new reality and ethics, filled with clouds of post-truth and rain of fake news. She comprehends the vague junction of design and contemporary art that reigns in our viscous reality. 

In April-May 2020, she took part in the Italian online residency nocefresca.it (Cagliari, Sardinia), within the framework of which she created a project dedicated to the fashion of the island of Sardinia "Sardinian rural".
She participated in the exhibition "Dysmorphophobia" at the MMOMA on Petrovka (July-September 2019), in a group exhibition in Zdes na Taganke gallery, in an online group exhibition at the artsteps.com gallery.

Works are in private and museum collections in Russia and Greece.

Has been published in international magazines.