Hanna Denysenko
Was born in 1987 in Dnipro, Ukraine. She began her professional artistic career at the age of 30. Before, she had the experience of scientific research in the field of Political Science as PhD. After that an irresistible desire came to translate all the gained experience into a more fundamental direction as the creation of artistic artifacts.

In 2017, completed an educational course in Vilnius Academy of Art in the fields of painting and architecture (Vilnius, Lithuania). In 2019, graduated from Contemporary Art School associated with Modern Art Research Institute of Ukrainian Academy of Arts curated by Victoria Burlaka (Kyiv, Ukraine) Since 2020, has been studying at the Art School of Composition of Valentin Chorny (Kyiv, Ukraine).

Last several years lived and worked in Lithuania and Portugal. Since 2020 live and work in Kyiv, Ukraine. During the russian invasion in Ukraine stay and work in Kyiv to support resistance on cultural and volunteer fronts.

Artist's statement
The language of art is a way to more figuratively and metaphorically express my feelings and thoughts about the reality around me. I am not interested in reflecting physical reality as it is, I am interested in interpreting it, finding new meanings and forms. I am interested in digging up and showing the essence of things in my works. The world of my art is subjective, so I hope it will be interesting to the viewer. I work in the techniques of painting, graphics, collage and digital art.

July 2019 — Collective exhibition of contemporary art «Z-generation», Project «RGB consciousness», curator Victoria Burlaka, Modern Art Research Institute of Ukrainian Academy of Arts, Kyiv, Ukraine.

July 2022 – Collective exhibition of Ukrainian artists devoted to support of Ukraine in its fight for freedom, Collective collage “Stop War in Ukraine”, City hall of Namyslow, Namyslow, Poland.

September 2022 - Collective exhibition «Why Ukraine?» organized by Institute of National Memory in Ukraine, Collective collage “Stop War in Ukraine”, Mainz, Germany.

October 2022 - Collective charity exhibition of Ukrainian artists against war in Ukraine "Fuck russian warship", curator David De Hannay, William Campbell Gallery, Texas, USA.

December 2022 - Collective collage exhibition "Parallels", curators Annet Sagal, Katia Syta, Olya Syta, Museum of Holodomor, Kyiv, Ukraine.

December 2022 - Collective collage exhibition "Parallels", curators Annet Sagal, Katia Syta, Olya Syta, Ukrainian Culture Center, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

December 2022 - Collective exhibition "One day after", Imagine Point Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine.