Katerina Muravyova was born in 1982 in Zabaykalsky Krai, in the military town Chita-46. Now she lives and works in St. Petersburg. She graduated Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design and Savitsky Art School in Penza. Also, she studied at the New Media Laboratory on the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. Katerina is a member at the Union of Artists. She works with painting, objects, installations and video art.
In the recent years, Katerina's activities tend to acquire social connotation. She participates in socio-cultural, inclusive and educational projects in art, social projects in urbanism. Her solo exhibitions took place in Sochi, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Petrozavodsk. Muravyova's works were part of the international project "Waterfront" (St. Petersburg, 2019), the festival of light art "Light Nights" (Gatchina, 2018, 2019), the media festival "The Longest Night at the French Institute" (St. Petersburg, 2018), The Baltic Biennale of Book Art (St. Petersburg, 2018), and also exhibitions in Montenegro and Canada.
Katerina Muravyova's works belong to the collections of the State Hermitage Museum, loft project "Etazhi", gallery "DiDi" and to private collections in Italy, Ukraine, Belarus, Montenegro, USA.