Pink Power

Moscow / Russia

Yulia Vanifatieva, also known as Hulya is a Russian female Street artist from Moscow, globally known for her project entitled ‘PINK POWER’, a project that aims to oppose street art culture to the culture of gloss. Some of the techniques used include, ‘magazines as canvases, cosmetics instead of paint and money instead of paper’. Hulya’s works can be found on their collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/13 in 2018. […]

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Yulia Vanifatieva, also known as Hulya is a Russian female Street artist from Moscow, globally known for her project entitled ‘PINK POWER’, a project that aims to oppose street art culture to the culture of gloss. Some of the techniques used include, ‘magazines as canvases, cosmetics instead of paint and money instead of paper’. Hulya’s works can be found on their collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/13 in 2018.

Born in a Rybinsk in 1986, a small town on the Volga River. Her first interaction with art was at the age of 6 when she began to draw. Later on, she studied fashion design at the Ivanovo Textile Academy but retained that she wanted to be an artist, she wanted to find a role, a compromise, between the two. In 2010, she studied Visual Communications at the British Higher School of Art & Design, where she developed her skills in graphic design and advertising. PINK POWER, in Hulya’s interpretation, cites that “pink is a metaphor of femininity, which made with ‘flesh and blood’ and without sweets and cakes, sweets of all kinds”. PINK POWER is an assertive and hard-hitting project, and Hulya has made is to regardless of the perceptions that Pink may be seen as a sentimental and naive.

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