Oleksandra Fedoruk was born in Kyiv on 03 January 1989. In 2014, she graduated from the
National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture with a degree in art restoration.
From 2013 to 2018, she decorated the interiors and facades of more than ten churches in
Ukraine with paintings. Since 2017, she has worked as an artist-restorer at the National Art
Museum of Ukraine, and since 2018 – at the National Conservation Area “St Sophia of Kyiv”.
Her goal: to create art that has a strong historical and cultural foundation of the past that is
transformed into the future; to create a new format for exhibitions and art events; to create a
unique artistic product; to increase the artistic audience; to stimulate the cultural development
of society members; to popularise Ukrainian culture.
Also, through her art and art projects, she raises issues in the socio-cultural sphere:
environmental issues, national self-identification, intergenerational communication, the value
system of modern people (especially Ukrainians), threats to the cultural heritage of Ukraine and
the possibility of preserving it, popularisation of Ukrainian culture, development of the Ukrainian
artistic sphere, development and implementation of innovative forms of visual presentation of
artistic products. Concept of art: Identifying and revealing the strengths of women in the
historical and cultural context. The way of struggle through beauty. Searching for new methods
of expressing art in material and design.
National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture
2021 series “Shadows of Ancestors” and the project “I WILL!”
Ukraine, Kyiv, National Conservation Area “St Sophia
Kyivska”, exhibition hall “Khlibnya”
2020 series “Shadows of the Ancestors” and presentation of the project “I WILL!”
Ukraine, Lviv region, Pidhirtsi village,
Curated by Olena Kis-Fedoruk
2019 series “Shadows of Ancestors” and “Roots”
Ukraine, Kyiv, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
2022 “Shadows of Ancestors” in the framework of the project “Pray for Peace” in collaboration
Japan, Kyoto, Jujuin temple in Kiyomizu-dera.
Curated by Akitoshi Matsuhara
2022 “Shadows of the Ancestors” as part of the exhibition programme of the
Kiyomizudera 2022 music festival.
Curator of the exhibition Akitoshi Matsuhara
2021 Exhibition of works of the International
competition “The best artist in the field of
Contemporary Art, Abstractionism and
Ukraine, Kyiv, Kyiv History Museum
2021 Anniversary exhibition to the 30th anniversary of
art school for children
Ukraine, Pereyaslav, exhibition hall
Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Children’s Art School
2014 – restorer of easel painting
2018 – restorer of polychrome sculpture
2019 – awarded the category of artist-restorer of monumental fresco, oil paintings and mosaics
in architectural monuments
2021 – paper restorer
2018-2022 – restoration works at the National Conservation Area “St Sophia of Kyiv”, Kyiv, Ukraine