Stas Ginzburg is a Russian-born multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. In 1999 Ginzburg immigrated to the U.S. as a Jewish refugee. In 2006 he graduated from Parsons School of Design, NYC where he studied photography. Since then he expanded his practice to sculpture, installation and performance art. When the protests for racial justice ignited across the country in May of 2020, Ginzburg circled back to photography to document the many faces of young people who came out into the streets of New York City to fight for Black liberation.
Ginzburg’s work has been shown in venues across the United States including: Queens Museum, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Honolulu Museum of Art, and National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, among others. His works are in the collections of Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma, Fort Wayne Museum of Art and Kunstwerk Museum in Eberdingen, Germany. Ginzburg has shown his performances at Humboldt University in Berlin and Weltkunstzimmer in Düsseldorf, Germany.