Location: LONDON (Hackney)

Ekaterina Adelskaya (b. 1988, Moscow) is a London based artist working on abstract sculptures and watercolours, mostly revolving around materiality, destruction and transformative processes, using both organic and synthetic materials.

Ekaterina holds a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (1st class) from the University of Hertfordshire & BHSAD. She has been exhibiting regularly since 2015. In 2020 her object 'Blurring' has been acquired as part of the CICA Museum’s permanent collection in South Korea.

Recently Adelskaya’s work 'Letting Go I' has won the "Watercolour 2nd Prize" at the Royal West of England Academy's 168th Annual Exhibition in Bristol. Another work 'Heavy Breathing' was on display at the 252 Royal Academy of Arts Summer/Winter Exhibition in London.

Currently, Ekaterina participates in [SPACE] studios Collaborative Residency, where she is developing her own pigments and watercolours, incorporating them into her practice.



2021 5th London Art Biennale, The Chelsea Old Town Hall, London, UK
2021 168 Annual Open Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK
2020 The ING Discerning Eye Annual Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London, UK
2020 252 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
2020 Summer 2020 Exhibition (Gallery №3 online), Gradcurate, Edinburgh, UK
2020 Art After Pandemic (Online), Artifact Gallery, New York, USA
2020 Perspectives 2020, CICA Museum, Samdo-ro, South Korea
2019 Soup, 8th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Centre ZIL, Moscow, RU
2019 Essence, Two-Person Exhibition, IZO Art Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2019 Where Do The Vines Lead?, Centre Rama, Sevastopol, Crimea
2019 Praxis Degree Show, British Higher School of Art & Design, Moscow, Russia
2019 Mutatio, The Media Centre N67, Moscow, Russia
2018 Beyond The Pain, Two-Person Exhibition, BHSAD, Moscow, Russia
2018 Symbiosis, Espacio gallery, London, UK
2017 Open Workshops, The Library N10, Moscow, Russia
2016 Site Responsive Works, Artplay Design Centre, Moscow, Russia
2015 Space, Winzavod Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow, Russia