Prof. Olga Mroz was born in Russia and she has been living in Germany since 1992.
She is graduated in Architecture and Art, Theater and Music from the Institute of Performing Arts of St. Petersburg. She has graduated also in Artist Psychology at the Art Academy of Moscow.
For more than 15 years she had been the director of the Operetta Theater in Saratov, Russia. After Perestroika she had her own art gallery in the Pushkin Museum.
She used to be a representative of many Russian artists in Europe for many years and now she is dedicated to managing various art projects and organizing art exhibitions of international artists in Europe.
She is focused on cooperation with the artist on the basis of trust. Above all, the focus should be on the artist and his works.
She wrote many articles about the expression of art as freedom, an experiment, a surprise and brings color to life, with the psychological component of happiness in the culture of art.
She is the Editor-in-Chief of the AKBS Art Journal.