Nadia Zubareva is a Siberian sculptress who creates works mainly made of stainless steel wires and a polymeric coating, which compose human figures. The artist, who lives and works in St. Petersburg and Finland, builds life-size works that are modeled both on the basis of human physiognomy and in such a way as to reveal their deepest emotions.
Her sculptures become a powerful means of expression, able to highlight the introspective-psychological and emotional aspects that express her characters. The figures are modeled on icons of Greek and Roman classical art; subsequently, they are sewn in metal boxes, which give consistency to the shapes of the shapes.
Usually, Nadia uses the element of frame or box as if her subjects were trapped inside their emotional states, always hovering between the inner and the surrounding world. Whether in a museum or outside, you should not miss the opportunity to observe these sculptures live, in the meantime you can take a look at her site, which you find here.