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About Viktoria Lomasko

Viktoria Lomasko is a Russian artist. She produces works of graphic reportage, and has lectured widely on the technique. As an artist-correspondent, Lomasko’s works have featured widely in Russian media. Her works have also featured in exhibitions worldwide, whether in street displays (OccupyAbai) or the Russian Museum. Lomasko’s best known works are Forbidden Art (with A. Nikolaev) and A Chronicle of Resistance, a series of graphic reports on opposition protests. She is a co-author of two large collective projects: Drawing the Court and Feminist Pencil.

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