An artist from Novosibirsk, known for the extravagance of her mediums and themes. She received her art education at the Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia named after. A. Rodchenko and St. Martins College of Art (London).

The basis of Lana Rae Hollis's artistic practice is an interest in the relationship between the author and the materiality of his works. In searching for the boundaries of materiality, the artist finds universal strength and impulse to create. He believes that attention to the process of creating a work allows both the author and the viewer to tune in to the subtle effect of art.

Works with painting and printed graphics, uses film language. Acting (namely, action taken to the extreme) serves as a process for releasing artistic truth. Here, the artist’s reference points are Diogenes Sinopsky and German Vinogradov. Lana Rae Hollis also turns to active work with the body when creating action painting: then the work consists not only of materials and images, but also of the experience of the author’s body and consciousness. When printing, he experiments with the materiality of silk and stamp, taking impressions from his own and other bodies.

Selected solo exhibitions:

5 O'clock Saints (Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia named after A. Rodchenko, Moscow, 2019), “The Fisherman's Wife” (Set Projects, Moscow, 2024).

Selected group exhibitions:

“Tell me who is yours...” (Siberian branch of the State Center for Contemporary Art, Tomsk, 2017), “Class Meeting” (Center for Contemporary Art “Winzavod”, Moscow, 2018), “Monologues video program” (Center for Contemporary Art “Winzavod”, Moscow , 2018), 2nd Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2020), “Time outside the joint” (Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Moscow, 2021), “And how can we create our own beauty?” (Alina Pinsky Gallery, Moscow, 2023).

The works are in the collection of the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow.

Now lives and works in Istanbul.