Kristina Romanova (born in 1989, Moscow) graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute, the School of Photography at the ITAR-TASS Photo Agency and Russian State University for the Humanities (specialising in Contemporary Photography). At present she is a student on the course Project Photography read by Vladislav Efimov at the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia. She works with the topic of memory of physical space – from saturated urbanism to timeless landscapes. Her main medium is photography as an installation. Solo exhibitions: Barriers, State Vladimir Vysotsky Cultural Centre, Moscow (2012); 21/12, or the Apocalypse is...?, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art, Moscow (2012); Olympic Archaeology, Sakharov Center Museum, Moscow (2014). Selected group exhibitions: The Year without Censorship, FotoLoft, Moscow (2012); The Difficulty of the Past, Art-Tochka, Odintsovo (2013); 8th International Festival of Photography Photoparade in Uglich (2013, 2014); Moskovia. Research, All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, Moscow (2014); Small Lenin Museum, Project Photography Studio, Moscow (2015); The Height of Knowledge, Zil Cultural Centre, Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia (2015); 12 Still Lifes, Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia (2015); 3rd Museum Photobiennale of Contemporary Art, Russian Museum, Marble Palace, Saint Petersburg (2015); Art Communities of Moscow, Moscow Museum (2015); Playing jackstraws, Zaogorye Gallery, Moscow (2015); Practice of Real Studies, Belyaevo Gallery, Moscow (2015). Her are kept in the collection of the Russian Museum. She lives and works in Moscow.