Katya Grokhovsky: Feminist Art in the Trenches

Katya Grokhovsky, One Fine Day, 2014, photo by Yan Gi Cheng.

Katya Grokhovsky has been making waves in the New York City art scene for last five years. In 2015, the Huffington Post named her one of the “top ten feminist artists to watch.” Since then Grokhovsky's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions including the prestigious Spring Break Art Show exhibition Form and Formlessness: Objects and the Body curated by Peter Gynd which was part of NYC Art Week, a solo exhibition at +/- Proj...

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