Marina Reiter

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Marina Reiter is a Russian-born professional painter based in Washington, DC. Marina exhibits internationally, nationally and locally in conventional and alternative venues. Her art is in private and public collections nationally and internationally.

Marina’s art is about the interconnectedness of things, our complex interactions and relationships, six degrees of separation, and celebration of everything that unites us and pulls us apart. The colorful creatures that she paints are very much the “learning, playful souls” that Richard Bach wrote about. We are reaching out to connect, we touch, we teach, and we learn from one another. Sometimes these connections are happy, sometimes quite odd, but that’s what makes life colorful and beautiful. Marina’s creatures are hopeless romantics, they keep searching and reaching out, and keep trying to make the connection anyway.

Marina was born in Moscow, Russia and received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from the Moscow State University, where she studied art history, fine arts and literature. In the US Marina studied art at the Corcoran College of Art and Design.


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about the artist

Marina Reiter is a Russian-born professional painter based in Washington, DC. Marina exhibits internationally, nationally and locally in conventional and alternative venues. Her art is in private and public collections nationally and internationally.

Marina’s art is about the interconnectedness of things, our complex interactions and relationships, six degrees of separation, and celebration of everything that unites us and pulls us apart. The colorful creatures that she paints are very much the “learning, playful souls” that Richard Bach wrote about. We are reaching out to connect, we touch, we teach, and we learn from one another. Sometimes these connections are happy, sometimes quite odd, but that’s what makes life colorful and beautiful. Marina’s creatures are hopeless romantics, they keep searching and reaching out, and keep trying to make the connection anyway.

Marina was born in Moscow, Russia and received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from the Moscow State University, where she studied art history, fine arts and literature. In the US Marina studied art at the Corcoran College of Art and Design.


exhibitions

  • Solo Show/ Guest Artist at Gallery One Artists—March—April, 2009, Kissimmee, FL
  • Duo Show “Zoom In Zoom Out” at Studio Gallery—April, 2009, Washington, DC
  • ArtExpo New York—February 26—March 2, 2009, New York, NY
  • Solo Show at Gallery 3/ Annex Gallery at Foundry Gallery—February, 2009, Washington, DC
  • Group show at Michael Joseph Gallery—January, 2009, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • “7 Women from 7 Countries” at Museum of the Americas—January, 2009, Doral, FL
  • “My Space on 7th” Group show at Touchstone Gallery—January, 2009, Washington, DC
  • Group Show at Foundry Gallery—December, 2008, Washington, DC
  • “Step By Step” Foundation Charitable Auction at Durban-Segnini Gallery—December 11th, 2008, Miami, FL
  • International Art Fair in Antwerpen, Belgium—November 28-30—Antwerpen, Belgium
  • Duo Show at Dalessio Gallery—November, 2008—Los Angeles, CA
  • Art Expo Las Vegas—September 19—21, 2008
  • Group Show/ Silent Auction at Foundry Gallery—September, 2008, Washington, DC
  • The Third Prague Theater Review HAJPARK —August 18—24, 2008, Warsaw, Poland
  • Group Show at Foundry Gallery—August, 2008, Washington, DC
  • Group Show at Studio Galley—July—August, 2008, Washington, DC
  • Solo Show at Infusion Gallery in Los Angeles—August 1—August 25, 2008, Los Angeles, CA
  • Solo show at MOYA (Museum of Young Art) in Vienna, Austria—July 17—August 3, Vienna, Austria
  • Mozart Award group exhibit at ACT CENTER of Contemporary Art in Vienna, Austria—July 15—August 7, 2008, Vienna, Austria
  • “Darkest Dreams, A Lighted Way” National Juried group exhibit—July 11—August 3, 2008, St. Louis, MO
  • New Members Show at Studio Gallery—June—July, 2008, Washington, DC
  • Artomatic 2008—May 9—June 16, 2008, Washington, DC
  • “Women in the Arts 2008” group exhibit at the Museum of Americas—March 14—April 5, 2008, Doral, FL
  • “Small Size Art” group exhibit at Besides Lineart gallery in Barcelona—March 13—31, 2008, Barcelona, Spain
  • “Peace Now!” group exhibit at the Warehouse—February 22—April 6, 2006, Washington DC
  • Studio Gallery group exhibit in Garden Gallery—February 26—March 24, 2008, Washington, DC
  • Solo Show “Dancing on a Cloud” at Aroma—January 21st—March 10th , 2008, Washington, DC
  • ART EXPO New York—February 28—March 3, 2008, NYC, NY
  • Studio Gallery and Mid City Artists group exhibit—January 3—January 26, Washington, DC
  • Light Street Gallery “Small Works Show”-November, 2007-January, 2008, Baltimore, MD
  • “It’s The Thought That Counts” MAX 21 group exhibit—Reston, VA
  • “MOCA DC December Group Show”—December, 2007, Washington, DC
  • “A New Spirit Of Progress” group exhibit at World Culture Open Gallery—November 2—November 15, New York City, NY
  • “Wonder” Regional Juried art exhibit—October-November, 2007, Norfolk, VA
  • Light Street Gallery “Box Show”—August-November, 2007, Baltimore, MD
  • “Wall Mountables Group Show” at the District of Columbia Arts Center—August-September, 2007, Washington, DC
  • MOCA DC August Group Show—August, 2007, Washington, DC
  • “No Representation: Abstraction in the Capital” group exhibit at the Warehouse Cafe and Theater—April-June, 2007, Washington, DC
  • Artomatic 2007—April-May, 2007, Crystal City, VA
  • Antagonist Movement New York “Antagonist Presents”—April, 2007, New York City, NY
  • Museum Of Contemporary Art DC “Abstract Show”—February, 2007, Washington, DC
  • “Small Works! Big Too!” group exhibit at The Gallery at the Art Institute of Washington—January, 2007, Arlington, VA
  • Studio One Eight Gallery—September-October, 2006, Washington DC
  • “Banner Show” at the DC Economic Partnership Building as part of the Capital Fringe Festival—July, 2006, Washington, DC
  • The Art League Gallery at the Torpedo Factory—July, 2006, Alexandria, VA
  • US Geological Survey Main Floor Gallery—June, 2006, Reston, VA
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