Victoria Alexandrova (b. 1982, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia) lives and works in Berlin.
Born in Kamchatka, Russia, Victoria led a nomadic life that took her through Argentina and Finland before eventually finding her artistic home in Berlin.
Her formal education includes studies in graphic design at TuAkk and audio-visual communications in Turku, Finland. Additionally, she has self-taught and further developed their skills in the visual arts.
Thanks to her diverse language abilities in Russian, Finnish, Spanish, English, and German, she is able to infuse a broad international perspective into her works.
Since relocating to Berlin in 2015, she has participated in various exhibitions in independent galleries. Here, she presented her pieces, which encompass a diverse range of media, including photography, painting, and sculptures. Victoria’s art reflects her life journey and showcases the connection between the different cultures and experiences she has gathered along the way.
1982 born in Kamchatka, Russia
1998 moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina
2002 illustrator for the “Pluma y Papel” publishing house in Buenos Aires
2004 moved to Finland
2006-2008 studied in Audiovisual Communication Training at TuAkk, Turku, Finland
2010— photo editor at Istock/Gettyimages
2014 first works with sound and sculpture
2015 commissioned portrait painting “Kolme Kaisaa
2015 moved to Berlin
2016 first works with wood
2016 debut exhibition “Red Line” in Berlin, various media
2016 group exhibition month of photography-OFF Berlin “Colours I See”, photography
2017 first works with stone and marble
2017 exhibition “Ajatus” in Berlin, wood sculpture, installation art
2017 group exhibition 48h Neukölln “Girls on Film”, photography
2017 exhibition “The Window: VikaValter – Crossroads”, painting
2018 exhibition of watercolor portraits of artists in the context of the “10 Years in Sound” festival
2020 exhibition “Order!” in Gallery Bernau