Victoria Iungerich (born 1981, Ukraine) received her BA in Studio Practice from University of California, San Diego in 2015. Iungerich creates work that often uses materials and techniques strongly associated with the feminine crafts and occupations, which are tied to her experience growing up in Ukraine. In 2015, Iungerich founded a non-profit organization – Arts Aggregate – that strives to support and promote emerging artists and art professionals at the beginning of their careers. In 2017 she founded Mokosh Gallery, a nomad gallery that uses alternative spaces to support the work of emerging artists.  Her work has been exhibited in San Diego, Los Angeles, London, and Edmonton, Canada. She lives and works in San Diego, California.


 

Selected Exhibitions

 

2017

Second Skin (Solo Exhibition), Mokosh Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Mid-City Moment, Mokosh Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

ReGeneration, ACUA Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Canada

[re]inhabiting, Georgia K. Laris Studio, San Diego, CA

 

2016

Transplanted, Arts Aggregate, Carlsbad, CA

London Summer Intensive: Work in Progress Exhibition Preview, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK

Surfaces, IKO Studios, Los Angeles, CA

 

2015

Just Friends @ Date Night, SDAI Project Space, San Diego, CA

Clay Night at MOCA Store Pop-up, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Present Present (Solo Exhibition), Adam D. Kamil Gallery, San Diego, CA

Round but Square, University Art Gallery, San Diego, CA

Friend’s Press, ARTifact Gallery, San Diego, CA

Feelings, Adam D. Kamil Gallery, San Diego, CA

Paperworks, Arts and Humanities Gallery, San Diego, CA

 

2014

Untitled, Adam D. Kamil Gallery, San Diego, CA

The Double Entendre, Adam D. Kamil Gallery, San Diego, CA

Group F 1/64, Adam D. Kamil Gallery, San Diego, CA