Fiodorova Tatiana (born in Chisinau, Moldova) is a visual artist. The content of her works tends to reflect the contemporary world in response to current issues: social, political and aesthetic. She engages the concept of beauty within the context of contemporary art while employing a conscious rejection of the concept of beauty through a departure from traditional practices. Very often she touches upon issues related to the local conflicts and problems of Moldova, such as the integration of Moldova into the European context and the problem of identity for the citizens of Moldova.
The most important exhibitions in recent times are
2010 Exhibition ”Like to be near”, WG KUNST, Amsterdam, Holland;2010 Qui Vive? I Moscow International Biennale for Young Art , Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Моscow, Russia;2009 Moldova with Love”, The 'Synapses' project, Neues Museum, Weimar, Germany;
2008-Periferic 8 biennale for Contemporary Art in Iasi, (Romania); "In Transition Russia 2008" Moscow, Kaliningrad (Russia); Qui Vive? - I Moscow International Biennale for Young Art., 2008