Artist BIO

Anastasia Dzhupina (b. 2001) is a polish visual artist. 

October 2020 when she enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland. There, she immersed herself in the study of painting, honing her technical skills and exploring various artistic techniques. Simultaneously, Anastasia pursued her interest in art history at the Jagiellonian University, expanding her knowledge and deepening her understanding of the artistic traditions that have shaped the world.

In November 2022, she seized the opportunity to study as an exchange student at the renowned Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. This experience has allowed her to immerse herself in the rich cultural heritage of Florence.

Anastasia’s artistic practice revolves around capturing the essence of human emotions through her paintings. With a focus on figurative art and utilizing the timeless medium of oil paint, she masterfully translates complex emotions onto the canvas. Through her keen observation and deep empathy, Anastasia creates evocative and thought-provoking artworks that resonate with viewers on a profound level.

Her artistic journey is characterized by a constant quest for self-expression and exploration. Anastasia seeks to push the boundaries of her own creativity, continually challenging herself to experiment with new techniques and styles. Her art is a reflection of her inner world, an authentic and introspective exploration of the human condition.

Anastasia’s artworks have been showcased in various exhibitions, both locally and internationally, garnering recognition for their emotional depth and technical skill.


  • 01.10.20220 – present: Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków, Faculty of Painting;
  • 01.11.2022 – present: exchange student in Accademia Belle Arti in Florence;
  • 01.10.2020 – present: Jagiellonian University, Faculty of history of art.  


Solo exhibitions

  • 2013 – „Maska” theater, Rzeszow, Poland;
  • 2013 – Podkarpacka Philharmonic Orchestra, Rzeszów, Poland;
  • 2015 – Provincial Public Library in Cracow;
  • 2016 – Center for Jewish Culture in Cracow, Poland;
  • 2017 – Podkarpacka Philharmonic, Rzeszów, Poland;
  • 2017 – Pojnarówka art&coffee bar, Cracow, Poland;
  • 2018 – LOGOS Hotel, Cracow, Poland;
  • 2018 – Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town hotel, Wroclaw, Poland;
  • 2018 – GALAXY Hotel, Cracow, Poland;
  • 2019 – GALAXY Hotel, Cracow, Poland;
  • 2023 – „Emozioni”, FUA Gallery, Florence, Italy.

Group exhibitions

  • 2017 – „Gardens 2017” exhibition, Provincial Public Library in Krakow; 
  • 2018 – „Gardens 2018” exhibition, Provincial Public Library in Krakow;
  • 10-30.11.2021 – Post-competition exhibition „Still life” in the Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow;
  • 28.03-10.04.2022 – exhibition „Beyond” of VII Drawing Workshop „Beyond” in the Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow;
  • 19-21.08.2022 – participation in the open-air exhibition of the series „Sanatorium Art, Day on Earth” by KBF;
  • 30.01-20.03.2023 – exhibition at the VI Winter Salon go the „Young of the Academy” at Sophia Weiss Gallery in Cracow;
  • 26.03-23.04.2023 – virtual exhibition at the Royal Blue Gallery;
  • 09.04-19.06.2023 – virtual exhibition „Escape In/ Out”.

Mentions in magazines:

  • „Womanly” Digital Issue No. 7
  • „Artwork Gallery Magazine” Print & Digital Issue No 2
  • „The Flesh Magazine” Print & Digital Issue No 2