Taisia Korotkova

Born in 1980, Moscow. 1991–1998 – graduated Moscow Academic Art College named after V. I. Surikov. 1998–2004 — graduated Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V. I. Surikov. 2002–2003 — Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow. Since 2004 — member of Moscow "Union of Artists". Lives and works in Moscow.

personal exhibitions:

 

2018

New habitat Kottinspektionen, Uppsala, Sweden

 

2017

Eatable non eatable VP Studio, Moscow, Russia

Attendance Time NK Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

 

2015

CLOSED RUSSIA Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2013

Light Echo (duo show with Ivan Razumov) NK Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium

 

2012

Reproduction Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2011

Reproduction Salon Vert, London, UK

Reproduction Art-Weekend, Berlin, Germany

Reproduction Colourblind gallery, Koln, Germany

Reproduction Art and Space Gallery, München, Germany

Beauty of Science Gabarron Foundation Museum, Valladolid, Spain

Reproduction Tula Necropolis Museum, Tula, Russia

 

2008

Technology The I Moscow Biennale of Young Art “Qui vive?”, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

2007

Technology Teatergalleriet, Uppsala, Sweden

 

2002

One day exhibition at Moscow House of Architect, devoted to I. Zholtovsky Moscow, Russia

 

group exhibitions:

 

2018

At the fringes VDNKH, Moscow, Russia

Double dream NK Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

 

2017

New literacy The IV Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia

The Next Conversation ABTART Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany

Postwar Isorropia Homegallery, Milan, Italy

La vita e’ fiaba Villa Gaia, Seggiano, Italy

 

2016

Always contemporary VDNH, Moscow, Russia

Metamorphoses Schloss Pörnbach, Germany

Space troopers Norilsk, Russia

Quantum entanglement CCA Arsenal, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia

 

2015

Cosmos seven Schloss Pörnbach, Germany

Cinema of repeat film Special Project, The VI Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

New Storytellers in Russian Art of XX–XXI Centuries The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2014

Time forward ZHA Moscow, Moscow, Russia

Lenin the Icebreaker The LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz, Linz, Germany

 

2013

Lenin the Icebreaker Icebreaker Lenin, Murmansk, Russia

Department of labor and employment The State Tretyakov's Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Dreams for those who are awake MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

 

2012

V-Museum Berliner Festspiele, Berlin, Germany

Checkpoint CCI Fabrica, Moscow, Russia
Checkpoint PERMM Contemporary Art Museum, Perm, Russia
Checkpoint Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2011

REWRITING WORLDS Main project, The IV Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

 

2010

Swedish Family Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden

 Freedom The II Moscow Biennale of Young Art “Qui Vive”, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

Time forward! Soyuz Moscow, Russia

Kandinsky Prize Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

Real Art CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia

On the contrary CCA WINZAVOD, Moscow, Russia

 

2009

Swedish Family Special project, The III Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

 

2008

Moscow News Gallery hall, Izsevsk, Russia

 

2007

Space MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

Exhibition of young artists from Contemporary Art School (MMOMA) Beijing, China

2006

Power festival MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

URBAN (STILL) LIFE Festival of young contemporary art “Qui vive?”, CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia

Moscow News GALERIE KRITIKŮ, Prague, Czech

 

2005

Tusovka-Art MUU gallery, Helsinki, Finland

Memory MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

 

2004

Art War Gloria Pavillion, Helsinki, Finland

Rap-opera “Phenomenology of the soup can” STELLA ART gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2003

Lifshiz, ArtKLJAZMA Festival of Open-Air Art, Moscow region, Russia

The First Axiom S'ART gallery, Moscow, Russia

awards:

 

2010

Winner of Kandinsky Prize in nomination "Young Artist of the Year"

2004–2005

Fellow of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

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