Yulia Iosilzon

Yulia Iosilzon (b.1992, Moscow) is a London based artist who spent her formative years in Tel Aviv. She completed her Foundation in Art and Design at Camberwell College of Art, before gaining her BA in Fine Art from Slade School of Fine Art, and later MA Fine Art from the Royal College of Art. Iosilzon has exhibited internationally, including solo shows A Chorus of Beauty and Menace, Carvalho Park (New York, 2021); The Big Fish!, Berntson Bhattacharjee x Sotheby’s Nordics (Stockholm, 2021); Fanfarria, Huxley-Parlour (London, 2021);Invisible Power, Osnova (Moscow, 2020); Artist Room Solo Presentation, Columbia x Roman Road (London, 2020); Paradeisos, Carvalho Park (New York, 2019).

Selected group exhibitions include Paradise Is Not Just a Place, Roman Road (London, 2021); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, South London Gallery (London, 2019); Leeds Art Gallery (Leeds, 2019); Detritus, Rub The Bronze Dog’s Nose, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow, 2019); Splodge, We Can Only Have Fun on Certain Days, Warbling Collective (London, 2019), and among others. She was the recipient of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries award in 2019, and the Audrey Wykeham Prize in 2016.

Group show, Tabula Rasa Gallery, 05.2022 (Upcoming)



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