Tatiana Antoshina (b. 1956 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia) is one of the most significant Russian female artists since Perestroika. Her work explores the role of women artists in society and in art history and was exhibited in the iconic ‘After the Wall’ exhibition at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm and Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin; ‘Gender Check’, MUMOK, Vienna; and the 56th Venice Biennale. Her works are in the collections of MUMOK, Vienna; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington; Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen; State Russian Museum, St Petersburg; and The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. Antoshina lives and works in Moscow.

 

 

Biography

Tania Antoshina

PhD in fine art, Industrial Academy (Stroganovskoe), Moscow, 1987 – 1991

Multimedia visual artist

 Selected group exhibitions:

2015   –  56 VENICE BIENNALE, State pavilion of Mauritius;

2012  – GENDER CHECK, MUMOK, Vienna;

2010   –   PERSONAL IS POLITICAL. Hannah Höch And Interpretation of Her Art,Tallinna Kunstihoone,

Tallinn;

2010   –  SWEDISH FAMILY, Uppsala Art Museum, Uppsala,

2008   –  3 EUROPEAN TRIENNIALE OF SMALL SCULPTURES, Galerija Murska Sobota;

–  OLYMPIC FINE ART, Beijing;

–  Chelsea Art Museum, Moscow- NY = Parallel Play NY;

–  35th ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION, Mario Mauroner Gallery, Salzburg;

–  FROM NON-CONFORMIZM TO FEMINIZM: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art

–  Foundation, CAM — Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, NY;

–   MOSCOW-NY= PARALLEL PLAY, Chelsea Art Museum, NY;

2006   –  SIGHT/INSIGHT, Corcoran Art Museum, Washington DC;

2005   –  PHOTO LONDON, Royal Academy, London;

2001   –  Ludwig Museum, Budapest, 2001, Nationalgalerie Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof;

2000   –  AFTER THE WALL Moderna Muzeet, Stockholm;

Solo exhibitions:

2017       “Cold Land. Northern Tales”, ZARYACenter for Contemporary Art, Vladivostok;

2017       “Reggie-Feminism, or 88 March”, Dukley Art Center, Kotor, Montenegro;

2015       MUSEUM OF A WOMAN,Podgorica Museums & Galleries, Gallery Art,

Republic square 1, Podgorica, Montenegro;

2014     “Cold Land” Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk;

2010      “My favorite artists”, Galerie Vallois, Paris;

“Alice and Gagarin”, VP Studio, Moscow;

2008      “My favorite artists”, Mario Mauroner Gallery, Vienna;

2006      “Space Travelers”, Guelman Gallery, Moscow;
2004      “Museum of a Woman”, White Space Gallery, London;

2002      “The Voyeurism of Alice Guy”, Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

2001      “Museum of a Woman”, Florence Lynch Gallery, NY;

1999      “April in Moscow”, Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

1997      “Museum of a Women”, Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

“Women of Russia”, Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

1996      “To moor”, Expo 88, Moscow;

1992      “The Hound of Baskervilles”, Regina Gallery, Moscow;

 

Collections at museums:

Moscow State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

The National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA), Moscow

MUMOK, Wien

Neues Museum Weserburg, London,

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC

Corcoran Art Museum, Washington DC

The American University Museum, Washington DC

Omi International Arts Center collection, New York

Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina

Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, Naples

Olympic Fine Arts Museum, Beijing

Penang State Art Museum, Penang, Malaysia

Museum of Decorative-Applied and Folk Arts, Moscow

Perm Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm

Krasnoyarsk Cultural Historical Museum complex, Krasnoyarsk

Asia-Pacific Institute of Art & Research, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea

The Francis J. Greenberger collection, New York

Kolodzey art Foundation, New York

Tony Podesta collection, Washington DC

Sir Elton John Collection, London

Honors and Awards:

Olympic Art (gold medal), Olympic Fine Arts, Beijing, 2008;

“Five Rings Prize”, Landscape Sculpture Design Contest, Beijing, 2008;

“Magmart” (prizewinner), Naples, Italy, 2006;

“Silver camera” (prizewinner), The Museum Moscow House of Photography, Moscow, 2003, 2002;

“Art Photo, Modern Russia” photography contest (prizewinner), Photography center, Gogolevsky boulevard, Moscow, 2001;

Best report award, theoretical conference of post-graduates and teaches of Moscow Art and Industry Academy (formerly Stroganov Art School), 1989;

Silver medal at V.D.N.H. (the Exhibition of People’s Achievements in Economy) of the USSR, Culture pavilion, 1985;

Best teacher award from the Art Academy Krasnoyarsk, 1984.

Curatorial projects:

2015    THE QUEST OF THE POWER, 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Special

program, A3 Gallery, Moscow;

2014   “Terra Incognita”,expedition to South Siberia for collection of ethnic and cultural material;

2013      COSMOS IN THE SKY AND ON THE EARTH, together with Maaike Leyn, Artgalerie

S&H De Buck, Gent, Belgium;

2012    “V-5, Space as a Presence”, together with A. Galenz and G. Kuznetsov, Berlin;

2011    “Sons of the big dipper”, together with G. Kuznetsov, PROEKT FABRIKA, Moscow;

1992    “Two Museums”, together with G.Vysheslavsky, Champino, Velletri, Italy;

 

 

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2015      “Museum of a Woman” Podgorica Museums & Galleries, Gallery Art, Republic square 1, Podgorica, Montenegro;

2014     “Cold Land” Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk;

2011      “Flying People” Theater «Praktika», Moscow;

2010      «My favorite artists», Galerie Vallois, Paris;

2010      «Alice and Gagarin», VP Studio, Moscow;

2008      «My favorite artists», Mario Mauroner Gallery, Vienna;

2006      «Space Travelers», Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

2004      «Museum of a Woman», White Space Gallery, London;

2002      «The Voyeurism of Alice Guy», Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

2001      «Museum of a Woman», Florence Lynch Gallery, NY;

1999      «April in Moscow», Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

1997      «Museum of a Women», Guelman Gallery, Moscow;

1996      «To moor», Expo 88, Moscow;

1992      «The Hound of Baskervilles», Regina Gallery, Moscow;

 

Selected group exhibitions:

2015    THE 56th VENICE BIENNALE, Pavilion of Mauritius “From One Citizen You Gather an Idea” Palazzo Flangini, Venice;

THE QUEST OF THE POWER Exhibition is a participant of 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art Special program A3 Gallery, Moscow;

URALS TRANSCENDENTAL Exhibition is a participant of 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art Special program ARTPLAY Design Center, Maly Hall, Moscow;

POSSIBLE of FLIGHTS, exhibition project — New additions to the collection of the NCCA, Moscow;

2014    The Pulse of City — Contemporary and indigenous, 1st Qingdao International Art Biennale 2014 – China Contemporary Arts and Culture Center, Qingdao, China;

«Garden Flame”, Women’s festival within Gwangju Biennale, South Korea;

OPEN! Festival Academy of Arts Exhibition project at the opening of the Voronezh Academy of Arts and

This Leads to Fire: Russian Art from Nonconformism to Global Capitalism, Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation Collection Neuberger Museum of Art, New York;

Cultural Innovation Fund «Saturnalia», Gymnasium Mariinsky (formerly the House of Officers), Voronezh;

EINFACH GUT Kleinplastiken der Stadt Fellbach aus 12 Triennalen Alter Kelter, Fellbach;

RUSSIAN COSMISM Erarta Galleries London;

BLUE, GRAY, WHITE, COLORLESS  «Gallery A3» and «Water Gallery 12th year», Moscow;

2013    POSTCARDS FROM THE ARTISTS VP STUDIO, Branch of the State Literary Museum, Moscow;

COSMOS IN THE SKY AND ON THE EARTH Artgalerie S&H De Buck, Gent, Belgium;