Daria Kravchuk is a curator, cultural producer, and an art journalist with 10+ years of experience working globally with clients from art sector such as artists, galleries, museums, art fairs, private collections expanding onto brand collaborations. Her international practice includes projects in The United States, The Netherlands, Turkey, Russia, Uzbekistan, Italy and Georgia, where she is currently based. Additionally, her projects have been supported by institutions based in Poland, Hungary, Austria, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Her recent curatorial practice focuses on the projects which are contextual and socially engaging.

Daria has obtained grants from The Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, The Austrian Cultural Forum, The Goethe Institute, The Hungarian Embassy, University College London, Queen Mary University of London, The Leverhulme Trust, The Polish cultural center, Friedrich Naumann Foundation, WE Janssen Foundation, Artists-at Risk, Culture Moves Europe and The Bartlett School of Architecture.

In 2023 she curated exhibitions at Dropcity, Milan, during Salone del Mobile, and at Ria Keburia Foundation, Georgia, in 2021-2022 she curated exhibitions of renowned digital and new media artists, such as Tony Oursler and Ozan Turkkan. Daria is currently consulting .ART Company, which is a domain zone for the artistic community. She has been with .ART since 2018 and curated numerous international projects for them, including the ones in NY, USA, and in Miami, USA, during Art Basel.

In addition to her curatorial work, she is a contemporary art and culture writer for STIRworld and the blog of .ART.

She participated in curatorial residencies at Darb1718 (Cairo, 2023), Ria Keburia A-i-R (Georgia, 2022) and Kultur Kontakt (Vienna, 2013).
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