Born in Moscow in 1990 into a family of artists, Sasha Sokolova was accepted into the Sergey Andriyaki School of Watercolour and Fine Arts in Moscow aged nine and won scholarships from the V. Spivakov fund and Young Talents Fund. She has also done courses in miniature enamel painting.
In 2005, she graduated with honours and in 2015 completed a Masters of Fine Arts at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography. After graduation she was selected as one of the artists to create the first fully painted feature film "Loving Vincent" and the only one from Russia.
Aside from solo exhibitions in 2017, Sasha has participated in various group exhibitions in Russia and abroad.
Her works are in private collections around the world, including Australia, Canada, United States, Great Britain, Spain, France, Finland, Belgium, Poland and Russia.
Sasha lives and works between Moscow and Barcelona.
Project "364 Days" Pop Up Museum, Moscow, Russia
Selected past exhibitions:
2017 William Moretz Gallery, Augusta, USA
2017 "Daylighted" Wework Lafayette, Paris, France
2017 "Portraits of Contemporary Life" Park Central Hotel, New York, USA
2017 "Discovery Portraits" Station F, Paris, France
November 2017 "Momentos" Vinogradov Gallery, Berlin, Germany
October 2017 "Conversations" Sztuka Wyboru, Gdansk, Poland
October 2017 "Loving Vincent" Barvikha Concert Hall, Moscow, Russia
2017 Hyatt Centric Hotel Times Square, New York, USA
2017 Zephyr Hotel, San Francisco, USA
2017 Galleria Park Hotel, San Francisco, USA
2016 "Perception" - Sztuka Wyboru, Gdansk, Poland
2011-2014 Russian Academy of Watercolour and Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia