Ina Lounguine is a Ukrainian visual artist, born in Odessa. After graduating from the Tavricheskaya Art School of Saint-Petersburg, she Mastered in Esthetics and Culture at the The Ukrainian Academy of Arts.
Her body of work aims to trigger political and social debates and encourage dialogue. With visual metaphors she creates scenery for matters she wishes to bring attention to, such as racism, drug use, gun violence and human migrations among others. Her work questions the relationship between perception and reality through the use of misleading images. Blending various kind of imagery and also working with video and sounds she pushes the role of the photographic medium and play with its boundaries. She was a Flash Forward award winner in 2018 and have seen her work in publications such as Le Monde, Libération, Der Greif, Zeit Magazine, Dazed and Confused or Metal Magazine among others. She's been exhibited recently in Amsterdam, Madrid, Paris, York and Athens. She is currently based in Paris, France.