Yevgenia Davidoff

Yevgenia Davidoff combines traditional crafts with a modern perspective, exploring themes of grief, gender, and eco-centric  spirituality. Her work – which spans traditional mediums to paintings on glass and ceramics and cast concrete – exists at the intersection of visual arts, craft and design.

Davidoff earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, NY and MA degree from the Fashion Institute of Technologies NYC, New York. She has participated in exhibitions at the Deitch Projects, New York; Dumbo Arts Festival, New York; Icosa Gallery, Austin, Texas curated by Annette DiMeo Carlozzi; TSA LA, Los Angeles; among others. Davidoff was a member of Icosa artist collective with her creative partner Carlos Carrillo 2018-2019. In 2020, she participated in a group show accompanying Hilma af Klint’s botanical notebooks, at the Lightforms Art Center in Hudson, NY. Davidoff lives with her family in Austin, Texas and splits her studio time between Texas and Connecticut.

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