Sculptures by Yulia Pinkusevich seen at San Francisco State University, San Francisco - A Wall of Salt: Growing While Dissolving
Sculptures by Yulia Pinkusevich seen at San Francisco State University, San Francisco - A Wall of Salt: Growing While Dissolving
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A Wall of Salt: Growing While Dissolving

Description
A Wall of Salt: Growing While Dissolving by Yulia Pinkusevich. A site specific installation made of 1500 lbs of salt by Yulia Pinkusevich on the campus of San Francisco State University Art Gallery.
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Yulia Pinkusevich is an interdisciplinary visual artist born in Kharkov, Ukraine. She holds a Masters of Fine Arts from Stanford University and Bachelors of Fine Arts from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, graduating both universities with highest honors. Yulia has exhibited nationally and internationally including site-specific projects executed in Paris, France and Buenos Aires, Argentina, her work is represented by Kent Fine Art in New York.

Pinkusevich has been awarded residency grants from Autodesk Pier 9, Facebook HQ, Recology (San Francisco Dump), Cite des Arts International (Paris), Headlands Center for the Arts, Redux in Charleston, South Carolina, Goldwell Open Air Museum Las Vegas and The Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos. She was also the recipient of The San Francisco Foundations 2011 Phelan, Murphy & Cadogan Fellowship in the Fine Arts as well as Stanford University SiCA’s Spark and ASSU Grants. Yulia’s work has been widely written about in various print publications, including The Miami Herald, Sacramento Bee, Kansas City Star, The Columbian (Vancouver), Oman Tribune and the Gulf Times (Quatar). Other magazines include Ltd Arts, Dwell and Adbusters. Prominent online media includes KQED, Rhizome and Square Cylinder. Yulia has lectured at Stanford University and is currently Assistant Professor at Mills College. She lives and works in Oakland, California.

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