Irina Heinz — a visual artist from St. Petersburg, graduated from St. Petersburg State University with a degree in Culture and Literature of Foreign Countries, a graduate of the Academy of Documentary and Art Photography “Fotografika” and School for Young Artists by PRO ARTE Foundation. Works with photography, texts, and sculpture on social and personal themes.


Education:


School for Young Artists by PRO ARTE Foundation
2020-2021  

Academy of documentary and art photography 
“Fotografika”, full course
2018-2020

Workshop by Jana Romanova “About the meaning”
2019 


Portfolio reviews: 

Portfolio reviews with Irina Chmyreva, Tuula Alajoki, Sasha Obukhova. 


Exhibitions:

2019

— Group exhibition “Is there life after plastic?”, “What will remain after me” project, Bis Art Gallery, Winzavod, Moscow, Russia;
— Group exhibition “Immersion”, “What will remain after me” project, Fotografika, St. Petersburg, Russia;
— Group exhibition of the festival “Trace”, a series of collages, Center “Square”, St. Petersburg, Russia;
— Group exhibition “Use up to …”, a series of collages “Something is missing”, Khors Arts and Crafts Center, St. Petersburg, Russia.

2020

— Online group exhibition “Home”, the project “Hiding from the virus”, Fotografika, St. Petersburg, Russia;
— Online group exhibition “Collectivity”, проект “The Earth”, Fotografika, St. Petersburg, Russia;
— Shortlisted for the Interval project;
— Shortlisted for the Cyberfest-13 festival based on the results of an open competition for young artists.


2021

Online group exhibition “Self-Portrait”, photos from the “Hiding from the virus” project, F-STOP MAGAZINE.
Group exhibition “Aesthetic differences”, “Inside” project, NAMEGALLERY, St. Petersburg, Russia;
Group exhibition “Family Portrait, “About an artist who worked as an investigator” project, Fotografika, St. Petersburg, Russia;
Group exhibition “Nature in the city. Non-human heterotopias, “chew on this” project, Kunsthalle Nummer Sieben, St. Petersburg, Russia. 



Publications:


2019

Lenta
«Все может закончиться трагически»

Republic
«Мы дойдем до точки невозврата и быстренько начнем исправляться»

Dodho
What will remain after me

Private
What will remain after me 

2020

RTVI
«Что останется после меня»

Edge of Humanity
Eternal Trash | Consumerism

Republic
Time to watch out

Colta
Time to watch out (one of the projects)

Bird in Flight
Constitutional changes