Dasha Kurguzova (Dasha K)


An artist and an independent curator. Her artworks are presented at the Moscow State Gallery Solyanka VPA collection as well as in private collections throughout UK and Russia.


Dasha chose art as a professional occupation in 2016. Prior to art she had a classical carrier for more than 15 years in corporate business. She regularly participates in local art events and exhibitions in Moscow, Russia and abroad. 


Biennals and group projects (selection):

• Moscow International Biennal for Young Art, center of contemporary art Winzavod (2018)

• "Creatures" (London, 2019)

• Cube Moscow, "Obsession" (Moscow, 2019)

• Winzavod Open (Moscow, 2019)

• Moscow State Gallery of contemporary art Solyanka VPA, "Deconstruction: the phantoms of the future and the past" (Moscow, 2019)

• Галерея “Richter”, “Лабиринт” (Москва, 2019)

• Галерея К-35, “Пути сообщения” (Москва, 2017)

• Центр искусства Artplay, 180° (Москва, 2017)

Curator projects:

  • "Creatures" (London, Rossotrunichestvo cultural centre, 2019)

  • “Cultural code” (World Art Dubai, UAE, 2018)

  • Public Intervention “Cultural code” (London, UK, 2018)

  • “De Ludis” (Triumph Palace, Moscow, 2018)

  • “Super Hero” (Miami Art Week, USA, 2017)



2016-2019 British Higher School for Art&Design (Contemporary Art, hons)

2003-2006 Postgraduate Studies at Moscow State Pedagogical Uneversity of Vl. Lenin (The recent history of Europe and the USA), Moscow

1998-2003 Moscow State Pedagogical Uneversity of Vl. Lenin (Faculty of history, hons), Moscow

"My art practice could be best described as a travel through space in a sense that my journey is full of new daily sensations and discoveries. Reality is just the beginning of study to find and search for new ways to perceive unique world patterns.
My dreams for the most part inspire my projects. Spiritual practice, love and gratitude enhance my views and influence new works. Diversity of life is portrayed in various forms which I truly admire.
Art is a way for me to address significant social topics in an attempt to help launch public discussion and further study through emotional perception and virtual modelling".

artist statement