Kristina Schuldt
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Kristina Schuldt borrowsfrom the early 20th century avant-garde in paintings that capture the complications of women’s lives. Working in oil and egg tempera, Schuldt combines abstraction and figuration in her depictions of female bodies.

Kristina develops a body-centered work, specifically the female body, which she then turns into stretched and curved figures that connect directly to the early avant-garde. References to cubism and surrealism have a strong presence in Kristina, reminiscent of Fernand Léger. Schuldt’s themes have included strippers, fights between women and the distractions of social media. Born in Moscow in 1982, Schuldt studied with artist Neo Rauch of the New School Leipzig for her master’s degree at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig.