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Studio 8, 16 Belsham Street,

Space Studios, London, E9 6NG


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Ekaterina Adelskaya (b. 1988, Moscow) is a Russian-Ukrainian artist living and working in London. Her artistic focus is in sculptures and watercolours with a strong emphasis on exploring materiality, destruction and transformative processes.

Ekaterina has exhibited her works in various prestigious venues, including The Royal Academy of Arts in London, The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol, London Art BiennaleCICA Museum, and Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.


Her works are held in private collections in the UK, Italy, and Russia. Notably, in 2020, her object 'Blurring' was included in CICA Museum's permanent collection, while 'Letting Go' won the "Watercolour 2nd Prize" at the 168th Annual Exhibition of the Royal West of England Academy

Ekaterina holds a Graduate Diploma in Fine Art with Distinction from the Royal College of Art, a BA (Hons) in Fine Art with Distinction from the University of Hertfordshire & BHSAD, and a BA (Hons) in Film Production from the Russian State University of Cinematography 

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