Mag.art. Daria Galimova
Based in Vienna, Austria.
Versatile, prize-winning artist combining classical painting techniques with innovative
methods and reinterpreted motives creating unconventional work. Laureate of the ART-
Award of the professional association of visual artists in Austria in 2018. Outstanding
expertise in various artistic media as well as wall and ceiling painting with broad
international experience. Furthermore, a trained and professional art teacher open to
Austrian, born in St. Petersburg, Russia.
1994-2000 Ilya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Fine Arts, Sculpture
Graduated with a diploma for painting and graphic art
1990-1995 Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St.Petersburg.
Graduated with a diploma for art education in graphic art, design and
2013-2016 Various wall paintings in the Thalheim Castle Hotel, Lower Austria: wall
paintings in the chapel altar, “Chinoiserie House” and the ballroom.
2001-2018 Numerous wall paintings and ceiling frescos in private mansions in Austria
1999 Sacred wall paintings in the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow
2018 ART-Award of the professional association of visual artists in Austria (“BV
der bildenden Künstler Österreichs”) in Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna
2018 Exhibition “Eigene Sicht der Dinge“ in Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna
2012 Exhibition in the Russian Cultural Institute, Vienna
2010 Solo exhibition in the Gallery of the Women’s Aid in Salzburg (Austria)
Solo exhibition “Goldene Zeit” in the One Artist Room (professional
association of visual artists in Austria, regional association of Salzburg)
Solo exhibition in the Afro-Asiatic Institute of Salzburg
2009 Exhibition “39 m Kunst” of the Berchtoldvilla, Salzburg
2008 Participation in the 11 th International Art Fair Salzburg
2006 Participation in the 9 th International Art Fair Salzburg
2005 Solo exhibition during the “Russian days in the Netherlands” in The Hague,
2002 Solo exhibition “Piter” in St. Petersburg, Russia
2001 Solo exhibition in the Yelagin Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
2000 Participation in the group exhibition “Manege”, St. Petersburg,