According to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Marina Sinitsyna (Tiyk) has rolled up her sleeves to draw attention to the coronavirus that has spread around the world and caused the death of thousands of people, and to support the struggle with an artistic perspective.
Artist Marina Sinitsyna (Tiyk) said that we can stay healthy by obeying the warnings and precautions taken as the people of the world.
In the statement, it was reported that artists will continue to share their feelings against Covid-19 from different perspectives and one artist will paint for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.
Who is Marina Sinitsyna (Tiyk)?
She was born in Moscow in 1973. Marina Sinitsyna (Tiyk), after completing her secondary school education in 1987, graduated from the Moscow College of Handicrafts in 1999, and graduated from the Moscow Institute of Arts and Industry in 2006. She has been a member of the Russian Creative Artists Association (Department of Abstract Art) since 2017 and participates in Moscow and International exhibitions. In 2019, she participated in the “Art Box” art exhibition held in Moscow International Abstract Art Hall. She participated in the contemporary art auction called “Wine Factory”. She participated in the international art exhibition titled “Art Nordic” held in the city of Copenhagen. She also participated in an art exhibition held at the Tajik Embassy in Brussels, Belgium. In 2018, she participated in the contemporary art international exhibition titled “Art shopping” and held at the Louvre Museum in Paris. She also participated in art exhibitions organized in “Monod” and “Colombier” galleries. She participated in the “Because of the music …” art exhibition in Moscow. In 2015, she participated in an art exhibition in the «Hitrovka» exhibition hall in Moscow. She is in cooperation with art galleries in Moscow and Paris. The artist’s works are published in “Interior and Design” and “Salon” magazines. Her works take place in private collections in Paris, Moscow, Brussels and Tajikistan.