Irina Zatulovskaya was born in Moscow in 1954. She began to write poems and draw at the age of five. She took art classes in the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in 1964-66 and attended Children's Art School at Krasnaya Presnya in Moscow. In 1971-76, she studied in the Moscow Polygraphic Institute. Irina joined the Moscow Union of Artists in 1979.
Irina's personal exhibits include a one-day show in the House of Architects in Moscow in 1986, Festivals in the RAAB Gallery in London in England in 1989, Gallery 369 in Edinburgh in Scotland in 1990, Galerie Kaj Forsblom in Helsinki in Finland in 1991, Galleri Lars Bohman in Stockholm in Sweden in 1992, The Elements in Galleri Lars Bohman in Stockholm in Sweden in 1994, Irka's House in Roza Azora Gallery in Moscow in 1995, Russian Retablos in Galleri Lars Bohman in Stockholm in Sweden in 1996, The Chapel and Beyond in Galerie Anhava in Helsinki in Finland, Tablets in the Manege Gallery in Moscow in 1998, Galerie Anhava in Helsinki in Finland in 1999, Mitki-Vhutemas Gallery in St. Petersburg in 2000, Egg in London in England in 2001, The Lost Neglinka in the O.G.I. Project Gallery in Moscow in 2002, Experience in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg in 2003, the Russian Gallery in Tallinn in Estonia in 2004, Leila's Shop in London in England in 2005, Fondazione Orestiadi in Gibellina in Italy in 2005, Paintings on Metal in Matthew Bown Gallery in London in England in 2005, From Classics. Portraits of Russian Writers in the Museum of Architecture in Moscow in 2006, Two Sarafans in Galerie Forsblom in Helsinki in Finland in 2006, Men and Beasts in Nina Lumer Galleria in Milan in Italy in 2007; The Fourth Siberia in the Proun Gallery in Moscow, Russia, in 2008; Twenty Years After in the Galerie Forsblom in Helsinki, Finland, in 2008.
Irina's works are found in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, the State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Helsinki City Art Museum in Finland, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki in Finland, National Museum in Warsaw in Poland, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Trento and Rovereto in Italy and in other museums and private collections in Russia and other countries.
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