Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3
Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3
Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3
Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3
Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3

Print - Nurtured by Tribambuka - A3

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'Nurtured' is by London-based artist Tribambuka, also known as Anastasia Beltyukova.

In beautiful, fresh colours, this print explores the themes of home, belonging and nurturing. How do we set down roots in new places? How do we nurture those roots and find our home? 

  • Exclusive for the Migration Museum in London
  • Limited edition risograph print
  • Size: A3 
  • Printed on recycled uncoated 250gsm paper
  • Eco friendly soy inks
  • Edition of 50
  • Signed and numbered
Anastasia says: 
"The global lockdown made all of us redefine what Home is for us, and see new angles to it. When one happens to live in a foreign country, not having any roots there, not feeling grounded - one has to grow those roots.
This piece is dedicated to all the people who moved to another country and have had to find their ground there, and all other people who lost or left their homes and have to ‘grow’ and nurture new ones before they become something that protects and contains them."

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    Anastasia Beltyukova  (Tribambuka)

    Beltyukova is a Russian born, London based award-winning illustrator, animation director & artist.  Anastasia has collaborated with the museum for many years now and has produced animations including directing and animating the film for Heart of the Nation.

    Her practice is concerned with the themes of shifting identity, home and belonging. As a British artist with Russian roots, she takes a critical approach to the complexities of her heritage through a contemporary lens of feminist thought and mythological thinking.

    All artworks are limited edition.

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