b. 1968, Russia; lives and works in London 

Born in Moscow, Margarita Gluzberg is an artist who has lived and worked in London since 1979. Her practice spans the disciplines of drawing, painting, installation, photography, and performance.

Gluzberg's work has been presented at major contemporary art spaces that include the MAC/VAL, Paris; CAC, Vilnius; Rooseum, Malmo; Kunsthal KAde, The Netherlands; Lunds Konsthall, Lund; British School, Rome (where she was a Wingate Scholar), and the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill. Her work is housed in collections in London and Vienna. Gluzberg is Senior Research Tutor and Reader in Contemporary Visual Production at the Royal College of Art. Recently, she has been working with scientists at the Nikon Imaging Centre, King's College London as part of a project funded by the Wellcome Trust.