Svetlana Grishina studied at Hampstead College of Fine Arts where her final GCSE mark was confirmed as one of the top ten results in the UK. In 2011 she graduated from Oxford University, Ruskin School of Fine Art and 2017 she got a Masters Degree from the same institution.
Svetlana took part in many art projects, mainly in the UK and Russia, but also in Italy and Spain. These include an esoteric installation „Hidden Within the Spectacle” at Late at Tate at Tate Britain in 2016 and an international show within the parallel program of the Venice Biennale, „FIND ME” at Spazio Kanz, and projects within the parallel program of the Moscow International Biennale. In 2017 she was also shortlisted for the Columbia Threadneedle Art Prize, one of the most prestigious European Prizes for figurative art.
In 2018 she joined London-based ArtCan artist collective and took part in many shows including The Hospital Rooms fundraiser at Griffin Gallery, London.
„Incorruptible Bones”, „The Overcoat” Gallery, Moscow, Russia (2017)
Secret Charter, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, UK
44 works at 44 Hallam Street, London, UK
Ars Hortus contemporary art festival, at the botanical gardens „Apothecary Garden”, Moscow, Russia, within the parallel program of 6th Moscow International Biennale for young art
From ArtCan with love one-day fundraiser, Fitzrovia Gallery, London, UK,
Art Can Earth Day Exhibition, online
20x20 fundraiser for Hospital Rooms, Griffin Gallery, London, UK
„Christmas Show”, Vera Pogodina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
„UNITED”, Gologorski Gallery, Krakow, Poland
„What's the Point?”, Camden Image Gallery, London, UK
„Variations”, Cylinder Gallery, London
„FIND ME”, Spazio Kanz in conjunction with the Venice Biennale 2017 (OFF-57), Venice, Italy
„How can one tell the artist from her art”, Air Moscow — within the parallel program of the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
„From the tap”, Art Ovrag Festival, Vyksa, Russia
„Hidden Within the Spectacle”, an esoteric installation integrated into Theo Adams Company performance for „Late At the Tate”, Tate Britain, London, UK
„Flux Exhibition”, London, UK
„Root of the New”, Contemporary Art festival at the botanical gardens „Apothecary Garden”, Moscow, Russia
„Threats” exhibiton, „Poligrafichesky Tseh” art-space, Moscow, Russia,
„Alternative Theories of Evolution” – at the State Darwin Museum, Moscow, Russia
„Careful, Fragile!” (a flat exhibition), Moscow, Russia