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Photo by Ramon Haindl

KRISTINA SUPERNOVA (b.1989, Lithuania) is a visual artist whose work ranges mainly from painting to illustration, murals, sculpture and wearable art. Lately extended with video, installations, performance art, poetry, art books and animation. Most recently Supernova is abandoning the concrete narrative motif and starts creating expressive, large or small format oil paintings and ink drawings series in which echoes of the mythologyical fable worlds can be found, as well as a preoccupation with human existence where she turns the inside out. The ongoing search of identity and its meaning. Colors and lines are her own codes and formulas for all kind of feelings, that humans, animals and even plants are capable to experience. Kristina lives and works in two cities at the moment, Frankfurt am Main and Berlin, Germany.

Gallery AUC ART   

(London / New York City)



INSTAGRAM                                                                                        @KYASUVO


Eschersheimer Landstraße 28,

60322 Frankfurt am Main




Double Standarts (group exhibition, 2023, Berlin)

Dalelytė (2021, Frankfurt)

SecRed Gallery (group exhibition, 2021, Berlin)

XCHANGE (group exhibition, 2020, Berlin)

Paprasti Keisti Dalykai //

Simple Strange Things (2018, Vilnius)

Other Parallel Of The Story (2017, Berlin)

Deep Sea Got Eyes (2017, Frankfurt)

The Kiosk Of Nonsense (2016, Frankfurt)

Flying Dog & The Other Friends (2015, Frankfurt)

We're All Mad Here (2013, Darmstadt)


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