Tamara Turliun (born 1995, Pavlivka village, Cherkasy region) is a Ukrainian artist who works with graphics, painting, video, mosaic, and sculpture, and teaches. She lives and works in Kyiv. In 2016, she graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Dnipropetrovsk Theater and Art College (DTAC). In 2019, she graduated from the Department of Painting in the Studio of Monumental Art of the National Academy of Arts and Architecture, and from Kyiv Academy of Media Art (KAMA) in 2021. She is co-founder of the self-organized space Depot12_59 and also co-founder and participant of the “kein Kaffee, keine Blumen, kein Fisch, kein Fleisch”.
She was a participant in numerous residency programs and group and personal exhibitions: "All problems in the head", Kyiv (2019), "Erzats", Institute of International Relations, Kyiv (2019), "Observation", White World Gallery, Kyiv (2020), "First Exhibition", Gallery 127garage, Kharkiv (2020), "Target Audience", Jump Gallery, Poltava (2020), "Contemporary art Rivne", Rivne Museum of Local Lore, Rivne (2021), "A radically different Society", Ukrainian Institute of America, New York (2021), "Dodomu - nacnnause - home", Graz (2022), "State of Emergence", Catinca Tabacaru, Bucharest (2022), "Huge, Warm and Stinky", The Naked Room, Kyiv (2022).