Artist, curator. Born in 1960 on the Kamchatka Peninsula, USSR. Graduated from the Abramtsevo Art and Industry School (Moscow region, USSR). She works with video, sound, painting, photography. Works by Ludmila Belova have been exhibited in Europe, USA, Russia and Asia. Participant of the Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art (Russia, 2005, 2011), exhibitions parallel to Venice Biennale (biannually since 2011), Manifesta 10 parallel program (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2014). Curated the exhibition study project Silent Voices (Saint-Petersburg, 2017; Krasnoyarsk, 2018); recipient of the Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award as “Best Curatorial Project” in 2018. Her works are held in the collections of Russian Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), Anna Akhmatova Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), Erarta Museum (St. Petersburg, Russia), The Kolodzei Art Foundation (New York, USA), in private collections in Switzerland, Germany and Russia. Lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia.