Ina Dederer, a painter with Russian roots, spent her childhood in the northern German city of Bremen before moving to Zollikon in Zurich, Switzerland in 2007. Her drawings and oil paintings were exhibited and presented in earlier years, during her days at the art institute where she was enrolled. Today, this internationally-active artist continues to work in her studios in Spain, Monaco and Switzerland.
Inspired by her many travels to world museums and always on the lookout for creative new techniques, Ina creates works whose themes are the beauty of human evolution, the grace of nature and the art of great masters. Through some of her works, she reminds us that absolute perfection, in the human sense of the word, does not exist in reality.
Ina moved with her family from Russia to Germany, Bremen. Already during her childhood, she developed a strong interest in painting.
She studied at the Art and Design School in Bremen with area of specialization in art, art history and fashion. Additionally Ina took private classes in oil painting and drawing.
Education in Marketing and Business. During her training period, Ina continued to expand her knowledge of contemporary art. She attended seminars, workshops and classes at the Weserburg Museum in Bremen.
Ina moved to Zollikon, Switzerland. During these years, she worked for Swiss International Airlines. As a flight attendant she enjoyed the opportunity to of travel and visit art exhibitions and institutions around the world. This life experience enhanced her knowledge of the international contemporary art scene.
She attended Christies Education Hong Kong about “Chinese Modern Painting” and dedicated herself to a study of Pablo Picasso’s artworks.
These years represent a highly creative phase for the artist and brought about the exhibition entitled “Abstract” in the Spanish Villa St. Stefano in Valencia, which was highly successful and lead to further exhibitions.
2015 - 2018
Opening of the Gallery INA DEDERER & FRIENDS in the center of Zurich. The new exclusive location was a meeting point for zeitgeist and art. The gallery exhibited local and international artists.