Alisa Yoffe is an artist, she was born in 1987 in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR.

She was a student of Anatoly Osmolovsky, a graduate of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow.

Fellow of the Joseph Brodsky Fellowship Fund and a resident of the American Academy in Rome, 2017-2018.

In 2015 Forbes magazine named Alisa the one of the most perspective young russian artists.

In 2014 she created a cover for a vinyl record Three songs for Margherita Cagol by the Punk Frazione Brigate Rosse crew.

In 2017-2020 she collaborated with brands such as Cartier, Comme des Garçons, Maison Margiela and Bonne Suits.

In 2019 the book Moscow Light by Igor Mukhin was published with Alisa's painting on the cover.

In 2020 the Art Newspaper Russia put Alisa in 4th place in the Top-50 the most likely to succeed Russian Artists. Also she is one the the main young Russian Artists according to experts of site Afisha Daily.

In 2021 she won the Demyan Bedny Prize in the nomination "Left Perspective".

Her personal exhibitions run in Russia, Germany, Netherlands and Sweden. She participated in the 1-st Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, the 3rd Ural Biennial, the Collateral Event of 55th International Art Exhibition — la Biennale di Venezia, as well as the 3rd and 5th Moscow Biennial of Contemporary Art.

Alisa Yoffe's works are held in Tretyakov Gallery (Russia), V-A-C Foundation (Russia), Stella Art Foundation (Russia), Fund of Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantine Sorokin (Russia), Museum of Contemporary Art PERMM (Russia), Klaipėda Culture Communication Centre (Lithuania), Horvath Art Foundation (Hungary), Phoenix Art Museum (USA), etc.

Now she lives and works in Tbilisi (Georgia).