Natasha Lopatnikova


Industrial designer, artist, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, art historian, and researcher of contemporary art and culture, author of several scientific articles on contemporary Japanese art. Author of a dissertation on the theme "The Creativity of the Artist Takashi Murakami and Contemporary Art of Japan in the 1990s-2010s."


Nataliya was born into a family of famous artists and art workers. Her parents are painters, and her grandfather is a world-famous muralist sculptor Vladimir Efimovich Tsigal.


She was entrusted with 8 Years at the Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts. Graduated from the Faculty of Industrial Design and further graduate with a degree in art historian. At the moment, preparing to defend her dissertation and obtain the Scientific degree of Candidate of Sciences (Ph.D.).


Additional education:


2006, course of the Strategy of Contemporary Art, "Institute of Contemporary Art Problems."

In 2007 she graduated from the joint program of the Moscow Financial and Industrial University "Synergy" and the Institute of Fashion, Design and Business Polimoda (Florence) in Florence with a diploma (Master - International Fashion Marketing).


Professional activity: In 2012, she became the founder of «Ayano Design,» a company producing fashion accessories and clothing. Since 2013 member of the Union of Arts of Russia.


SCIENTIFIC achievements: from 2017-2019 participated in five scientific conferences, the main speaker at the festival at the Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts in 2018. Seven articles have been published in scientific journals.


Since 2019, she has immersed as much as possible in pure creativity and artistic activity.




2010, April 19-25, Russian Art Week, Russian Art week, House of Artists, Experimental Graphics nomination. Moscow

2013, December 29, "Christmas on Begovaya" in the Union of Arts of Russia. Moscow

2020, February 22-23, Festival of Music and Art "Rhythms and Meanings".  Being.  At Fest Fantomas Rooftop.  Moscow.

2020, September, Exhibition "Moscow and Muscovites" in the Union of Arts of Russia. Moscow


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