Alexandra Nedzvetskaya. She was born in St. Petersburg. Graduated from the Academy of Arts, the I.E. Repin Institute, the Faculty of Painting, the workshop of easel painting under the guidance of Professor V.V.Sokolov in 2006. Member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists since 2007.
Winner of the grant contest "Muses of St. Petersburg". Laureate of the Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. Laureate of the All-Russian competition "Modern Academic Drawing". Laureate of the First International Christmas Ballet Festival, art competition "The Nutcracker" Diploma holder of the exhibition "Young Artists of Russia" Moscow, Central House of Artists Participant of the All-Russian exhibition "Russia - XII" Moscow, Central House of Artists, 2014.
In 2015 - Winner of the competition "Plein Air on large formats", Fourges, France (Fourges, Haute-Normandie, France) Winner of the exhibition-competition "Long live Rembrandt" held at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 2019. Winner of the exhibition of the competition "Family is the soul of Russia" in 2021 and 2022. The works are in private collections in Russia, Europe, America and China. The artist has participated in more than 30 exhibitions in Russia and abroad, 5 of which are personal. America and China. The artist has participated in more than 30 exhibitions in Russia and abroad, 5 of which are personal.
Candidate of Art History, employee of the State Russian Museum, docent at the A.L. Stiglitz SPGHPA, member of the Union of Artists of Russia, member of the International Association of Art Historians (AIS)
The work of Alexandra Nedzvetskaya seems to be a significant phenomenon in the art space of modern St. Petersburg. This definition does not seem to be an exaggeration, since her paintings focus on the reasons for the relevance and relevance of the classical tradition in the conditions of a diverse and extremely complex culture of the third millennium that has already come.