Larisa Sitar, born in 1984, lives and works in Bucharest. In 2008 she graduated the Photo-Video Department of The National University of Arts, Bucharest and in 2010 she earned a Master's Degree from the same university. Her work investigates issues of national identity, memory, and nostalgia making use of different media: photography, video, installations, drawing, and interventions into public space.
There are some selected group exhibitions: Remembering Landscape, The National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest (2018); Romanian* Art Now,Suprainfnit Gallery, Bucharest (2018); El 85% de la matèria, Mataró Art Contemporani, Spain; The Fortress of Solitude from the holy wood of eternal noise, duo show in dialogue with Roman Štětina, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest (2016); Inventing the Truth. On fiction and reality, Romanian National participation at the 56th International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia (2015); WHAT ABOUT Y[OUR] MEMORY, The National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest (2014); PASAJ, The National Museum of Contemporary Art—Annex, Bucharest (2014); Care Crisis, Futura Gallery, Prague (2012); Essl Art Award CEE, Winners Exhibition, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg/Vienna (2011); Start Point Prize nominee exhibition, GASK, Kutná Hora and NTK gallery, Prague (2010).