The Purposeful Mayonnaise

March 31, 2023: Daria Vinarskaya (visual art)

Pose 15, watercolor pencils on paper, 30x20 cm

Pose17, watercolor and watercolor pencils on paper, 30x20 cm

Pose 12, watercolor and watercolor pencils on paper, 30x20 cm

Daria Vinarskaya 

is a contemporary impressionist artist born in Russia (Yekaterinburg) in 1989.

She graduated from the Moscow Architectural Institute in 2013 and since 2016 she has been an Israeli citizen.

Before the start of the war with Ukraine (February 24, 2022), she worked as an architect in her own studio "STEH" (2020-2022) in the private segment of architecture and interior design. In early March 2022, she left Russia and began her career as an artist.

Daria explores human vulnerability through naked bodies. Her artistic style is defined by her polyamorous and feminist identity. Daria challenges the status quo when the image of a naked woman's body is exploited to portray human vulnerability. Capturing manly nudity in everyday routine, she peeks behind the gender stigmas, shifting the perception of sensuality from femininity to masculinity. 

Exposing delicate inner worlds full of emotions, worries and insecurity, she nudges us towards understanding that in the end, human vulnerability doesn't have a gender.

Website:   Instagram: @v_i_n_a_r_s_k_a_y_a

Fall off the Chair, acrylic and watercolor pencils on canvas, 120x100 cm

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