Lena Brazin (b.1985, Kosice, Slovakia) is an artist currently living and working in London, UK. Largely self-taught, Brazin successfully completed and eagerly deserted a Masters degree in Management and Economics to pursue a career in the arts. Unable to ignore her burning desire to paint, the artist embarked upon years of mentored study in Slovakia and France. Following this, she enrolled upon the alternative studio-painting programme at Turps Art School in London from which she graduated in 2019.

Her unrelenting work ethic has been rewarded with victory in the form of numerous exhibitions. These include the “RA Summer Show 2020” Royal Academy of Arts 2020, London; “Ancient Deities” Arusha Gallery 2020, Edinburgh; “FBA Futures 2020” Mall Galleries 2020, London; “Exceptional” graduate art award, Collyer Bristow Gallery 2020, London; “Turps Painters 2019” Turps Gallery 2019, London; “Artist of the Day” Flowers Gallery 2018, London; “Bow Open Show” at Nunnery Gallery 2018, London. In addition, Brazin has been shortlisted for multiple prizes including: FBA Futures, Exceptional Graduate Art Award, Jackson’s Painting Prize and Bow Arts Open. Furthermore, her work is in the Soho House Collection as well as the hands of private collectors in France, Slovakia, the UK, the US, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.