Natali Tomenko

Nataliia Tomenko (1994 Kremenchuk, Ukraine) is an artist and Roma activist. She completed her MA in Cultural Heritage Studies: Academic Research, Policy, and Management at Central European University in Vienna. She additionally holds an MA in Graphic Design from the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. Currently, she is working at ERIAC: European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture as an intern, engaged with a range of responsibilities in programing and administration. In parallel, she is working as a board member and a Creative Director at ARCA: Agency for the Advocacy of Roma Culture in Ukraine. Tomenko is also a National Volunteers Coordinator and Roma Rights Defender at the European Roma Rights Centre in Ukraine on a volunteer basis, with the aim of supporting the principal’s work in defending the human rights of Romani people across Europe and fighting against digital anti-Gypsyism. In the meantime, she engages with the visual representation of Roma history and culture, in the framework of art projects connected to Roma cultural heritage and Roma Genocide.


Latest Exhibitions



Berlin, Germany   


"Karlsruhe Art Fair"

Karlsruhe, Germany



"Unknown Genocide" - the art project Roma Genocide in Ukraine and Germany consisted of 20 posters

Berlin, Germany   

"Kommunale Galerie Berlin"

Berlin, Germany


"Leib und Seele"

Luneburgum, Germany


"Dikh na Bister" - the art project about Roma and Sinti Genocide in Austria consisted of temporal installation exhibited in front of the Austrian Parliament Building 

Vienna, Austria 


"Through my eyes to your mind" - the art project about Roma Genocide and based on Ukrainian Roma survivors’ memories from the Second World War

consisted of 8 posters

Budapest, Hungary


“Riennava plus”

Hamburg, Germany


“Berlin Art Week”

Berlin, Germany


“The world through the eyes of youth”

Bydgoszcz, Poland

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