Anastasia Loginova (1986, Cuba) is a cultural producer, curator and artist with a keen interest in holistic and spiritual practice. Until 2023, she was the coordinator of the ArtScience Interfaculty (KABK/KC) and associate curator at ARTPORT_Making Waves, an international curatorial collective which focuses on climate action and sustainability.
She has worked with various large-scale organisations including Olafur Eliasson Studios GmbH, Berlin as project manager for Little Sun sustainable art initiative, Art Basel Miami Beach, 1:54 African Arts Fair London, Frieze Art Fair London, Children & Youth International (CYFI), Amsterdam NGO for financial education for children and youth as events coordinator, the Antarctic Biennale, the Antarctic Pavilion, Venice Biennale, coordinated fundraising events at Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam and Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina among others. During her studies she completed internships at MoMA PS1 and ISCP (International Studio & Curatorial Program) in New York.
Her strengths lie in curating and facilitating exhibitions and events as well as bringing people (and beings) together. Her mission is to facilitate (international) exchange on a global scale linking like-minded individuals, projects and urgencies together, in which she sees herself as the necessary catalyst. In her artistic practice she focuses on the experimental composition of poetry and communication with other entities, namely plants, cabbages, cows and the sea, for instance by reading to them. She is also an avid writer and maintains a steady yoga practice.