Marina Rubanova


Marina Rubanova

Marina Rubanova was born in 1965 in Grozny, the Republic of Chechnya. She began her studies at the specialized art school in Grozny, from which she graduated in 1980. From 1980 to 1983 she studied at the Art College in Grozny, in the studio of I.V. Olkhova. In 1994 she was accepted into the Surikov Insitute in Moscow. While at the Surikov she studied under the Professors E. Maximov and I Lubinikov. In 1997, while still attending the Surikov Insitute, she worked on the frescoes of the Church of the Kazan Virgin Mary, in the Optina Pustina Monestary. She graduated from the Institute in 2000.

Exhibitions partial list

Exhibitions:(partial list)
The artist's works are shown frequently at Lazare Gallery, Charles City, VA; Walls Gallery, Wilmington, NC; Wallace Fine Art, Longboat Key, Fl; as well as James Yarosh Assoc., Holmdel, NJ.
1996, Students- '96, Moscow

1997, Youth of Kuznetsky, Moscow

1998, Painting Studio by Olkhova, Moscow

1998, Portraits and Flowers, Moscow

1998, Young Surikov's Students, Moscow

Collections:(partial list)
Her works can be found in private collections in Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, Mexico, Japan, UK, and the USA.

C.I.S.E. Museum of Contemporary Russian Art

The Byloruscian Museum of Actual Art, town of Mogilev

The Surikov Institute Collection, Moscow

Veresagian Museum of Fine Art