Nadezhda Anfalova

Nadezhda Anfalova

Nadezhda Anfalova

Was born on August the 20th 1976 in Saint-Petersburg
1991-1994 - State Saint-Petersbur College of B.V. Ioganson
1995-2001 - Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, graphic departmnet
Member of Creative Union of Artists, Russion Union of Artists
Nominee for Kandinsky prize — 2008 (media project)
28 personal exhibitions, 300 group exhibitions, international biennale, art-projects, including curator ones

Exhibitions of 2009 — 2011

Selected personal exhibitions

Murmansk Fine Art Museum, 2010.
«Reflexionen», Kurhaus Bad Elster, Germany, 2009.
«Garden space», media project, gallery «Kvadrat», Saint-Petersburg, 2009.

Selected group exhibitions

«Life forms», the State Tretyakov Gallery, 2011.
«Gates and doors», the Russian Museum, 2011.
«If I knew!», Moscow Museum of Modern Art, 2011.
IV Tomsk Drawing Triennale, Tomsk Region Fine Art Museum, 2010.
«Sky in the art», the State Russian Museum, 2010.
Moscow International Biennale «Stop! Whi's going?», 2010.
«Origin of Darvin by modern artists», State Darvin Museum, Moscow, 2010.
«Alla Gloria Militar», gallery Aircraft, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2010.
II International Festival of Independent Art «Sea level», Manezh, Saint-Petersburg, 2009.
Novosibirsk International Biennale, Novosibirsk Gallery, Novosibirsk, 2009.
III Moscow Biennale (project «Uptown»), Moscow, 2009.
Nominee for kandinsky prize-2009, Louise Blouin Foundation, London, 2009.
V Tashkent Biennale of Contemporary Art, Tashkent, 2009.
«Moscow-2009», gallery «On Solyanka», Moscow, 2009.
«Recycling» (State Centre of Contemporary Art project), Yought Centre of state Hermitage Museum, saint-Petersburg, 2009.

Museum collections

Moscow Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Nonconformist Art (Saint-Petersburg)
The Anna Akhmatova Museum at the Fountain House (Saint-Petersburg)
GMZ «Petergof»
Novosibirsk Art Gallery
Tomsk Region Fine Art Museum
Belgorod State Fine Art Museum
Murmansk Region Fine Art Museum
Sahalin Region Fine Art Museum
Art Gallery of National Polock Museum

Private collections in Russia, Latvia, France, Italy, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Finland, Great Britian, Japon, China and USA