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Dinara Hörtnagl Art

Location: Austria
Year of birth: 1988
of cultural
identity and collective experience

New Reading of Urbanism

'Urbanism has long been a field for me to experiment and research. I work with form and space, studying the material and creating three-dimensional installations from my paintings. Through the cityscape, I reveal my opinion about complex social processes'.

Dinara Hörtnagl, artist
Artist Dinara Hörtnagl was born in 1988 in Yekaterinburg, Russia and lived in Saint Petersburg until 2018, before she moved to Austria. She graduated with a gold medal from the Graphic Department of the Saint Petersburg Repin Academy of Fine Arts. Two years later she became a member of the Russian Union of Artists. Now she is creating her art projects in Vienna.

Repin Academy of Arts, St Petersburg – Graduate (Gold Medal)
Member of Russian Union of Artists
36th position in the rating TOP 100 Young Russian Artists according to the version of InArt


2021 Skylights - Ari Kupsus Gallery, Amadé-Bejzath-Pappenheim Chateau
2021 Playing street art - Chetverg foundation, (Moscow)
2020 Urban rhythms - The gallery Steiner (Vienna)
2019 Talking Walls – Erarta Museum (St.Petersburg). In collaboration with street artists: Stas Bags, Vladimir Abikh, Maxim Ima, Super 158, Dusto, Martin Aroe, Sasha Sam, Turben, Oskolki
2018 City – 59 Rivoli (Paris)
2018 Dialogue – Ari Kupsus Gallery, Budapest Art Week'18 (Budapest) 2018 City – Metropolis gallery (St Petersburg)
2017 Geometry – Vyborg Castle Museum (Vyborg)
2017 City Vibrations – Galerie am Roten Hof (Vienna)
2014 Room For Two – Open Club Gallery (Moscow)
2013 Silence – Sufubi Gallery, Beihai (China)


2021 WIN WIN ART fair - Winzavod contemporary art center 2021 Artist / Hooligan - Street Art Museum, St.Petersburg 2021 Art for heart - Cube Moscow
2021 Koschatzky Art Award - Palais Schönborn, Vienna
2021 Exhibition codenamed Luna - Art center Poligraph ceh, Moscow
2020 Vladey art auction - Winzavod contemporary art center, Moscow
2020 TemperatYRA - Pop up show by YRA community - Elektrozavod gallery, Moscow 2020 Art Patrol on quarantine - Omelchenko gallery, Moscow
2020 Squatting Research
2020 Alternative Reality - site-specific exhibition by YRA art community
2020 Graphic ART Biennial of Szeklerland
2020/2019 ART Lihoradka ART Auctions
2019 Exhibition of the 5th Urban Contemporary Art Auction - Ruarts gallery, Moscow 2019 First biennale of contemporary art “Art collaborations” in Komi Republic - National Gallery of Syktyvkar. Laureate Diploma
Artists paint SPb – filiale of the State Hermitage Museum, Vyborg
2018 SHE international exhibitions – 1+1 Art Center, Beijing / Treeland gallery, Florence 2017 Art Amoy Art Fair – Xiamen, China
2016 Exhibition 0/5 – 25 Kadr Gallery, Moscow
2015 Art Who Art Festival – Moscow
2015 Art Revolution Taipei Art Fair – Taipei
2015 City Sounds & Lights – Museum of Urban Sculpture, St Petersburg
2014 Archigraphics Arts Competition – Arch Moscow & 4th Architecture Biennale - Central House of Artists, Moscow. Laureate Diploma
2013 VITA-ART-TIME Graphic Art Festival – Mashkov Museum, Volgograd
2013 International Printmaking Biennale – Tatarstan Art Museum, Kazan


2018 Lubisha Vechandky Art Residency - Panchevo (Serbia)
2018 Ari Kupsus gallery - artist camp - Iszkaszentgyörgy (Hungary)
2017 GLO’ART Global Art Center – Lanaken (Belgium) 2016 Elia Sabbato Art Residency - Rome
2015 Espronceda Center for Art & Culture – Barcelona 2013 Sufubi Art Residency – Beihai/Nanjing (China)


Hermitage museum (Vyborg filial)
Collection of the State Museum Vyborg Castle
Collection of the Volgograd Museum of Fine Arts named after I.I. Mashkov Collection of the State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan Espronceda Art & Culture. Barcelona
Global ART Center (GLO'Art) Lanaken, Belgium
Ari Kupsus Gallery Budapest


GQ Russia "The main events of the cultural life of Moscow and St. Petersburg at the beginning of autumn", Veronika Gudkova, 28 August 2019

Russian newspaper "Street language", Olga Strauss, October 9, 2019

St. Petersburg TV "Cultural Digest: Events of the Social Life of St. Petersburg", May 21, 2018
Wall Street International Magazine, 10 September