Anastasia Mina

Anastasia Mina (b.1986 Cyprus) lives and works in London. She graduated from Athens School of Fine Arts (2005-10) with a Diploma in Painting and then completed an MA in Print at the Royal College of Art, London (2012-14). Her practice combines drawing and printmaking and involves the use of found photographic images with strong historical and political references. Her work researches the idea of erasure, both as a state and as a device. Anastasia Mina is also a co-founder of, a platform facilitating collaborative work.

Selected exhibitions include: I, Cactus AND – Filet Space, London 2020, Always Already (solo show) – eins gallery, Limassol 2019, Theta (solo show) – Jerwood Visual Arts, London 2018, Mediterranea 18  Young Artists Biennale, Tirana and Durres 2018, Mustafa Hulusi Posters – Hoxton Square, London 2017, Typography as an artistic act 1900-1980 – State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki 2016, Impact9 International Print Biennale – Renke Art Gallery, Hangzhou, China 2015.