20 March – 6 April 2019
In her artistic work she is interested in showing human relationships and everyday life situations. She presents human body in untypical proportions. Each figure has its own history. She combines her ceramic works with graphics which allows her to have a different perspective on what she does in space. Graphical themes which occur in her works are related directly to an object; histories sometimes arrange themselves in layers. She combines linear drawing with colorful accents.
In the works she shows not only a healthy body, but also an imperfect one. At the same time she addresses the problem of accepting one’s body. In figurative compositions animals also appear alongside human figures. Some of them emerge spontaneously and then she tries to figure out the source of such connections.
Janina Mironova grew up in Ukraine, since 2012 lives in Poland. She received MFA from the Lviv National Academy of Arts in Ukraine in 2012 and the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wroclaw, Poland in 2013 where she continues to study as a PhD student at present. She was selected as a residency artist at New Taipei Yingge Ceramics Museum in Taiwan and Clayarch Gimhae Ceramics Museum in South Korea in 2018. Her works can be found at Museu Ceràmica l´Alcora in Spain, Riga Porcelain Museum in Latvia, New Taipei Yingge Ceramics Museum in Taiwan etc. Since 2017 she is a member of International Academy of Ceramics IAC and Artaxis. In her artistic work she is interested in showing human relationships and everyday life situations.