Ana Riaboshenko was born 1977 in Tbilisi, Georgia, where she lives and works today. She has obtained a diploma in painting at the Art College of Jacob Nikoladze and a diploma in graphic art at the State Academy of fine Arts, Tbilisi. As conceptual artists she works with video, graphic, painting, installations, performances etc. She is also very active as curator for several exhibitions and international art projects.
In 2003 she has founded the TRAM foundation as a non-government contemporary art institution being its president until today. Since 2008 she is a mentor and regional coordinator of Arts and Culture Network Program of Open Society Institute (OSI) in Budapest.
Her object for “Border – Key – Neuropa” has the name “Achtung ! Pozor! Uwaga!”. It is situated directly at the border triangle of Germany, Czech Republic and Poland.
und befindet sind am Dreiländereck von Deutschland, Tschechien und Polen.
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