Taisia Korotkova

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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.

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Personal exhibitions

2017
– “The next conversation”, ABTART Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany
– “Attendance time”, NK Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium

2016

– “Metamorphoses”, Schloss Pörnbach, Germany
– “Always Contemporary”, VDNKH, Moscow, Russia
– “Quantum Entanglement”, NCCA Arsenal, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
– “Space Troopers”, Norilsk Art Gallery, Norilsk, Russia

2015

– “Cosmos seven”, Schloss Pörnbach, Germany
– “Closed Russia”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia
– “Fortune museum”, MMOMA, Moscow
– “THE NEW STORY-TELLERS IN RUSSIAN ART OF THE XX-XXI CENTURIES”, The Russian Museum, St. -Petersburg
– “Cinema of Repeat Film", Special project of 6th Moscow biennale, Kinopanorama at VDNKh, Moscow

2014

– “Lenin the Icebreaker”, Lentos kunstmuseum, Linz, Austria
– “Are you ready to fly?”, MMOMA, Moscow

2013

– “Lenin the Icebreaker”, Icebreaker Lenin, Murmansk, Russia
– ”Department of labor and employment”, State Tretyakov's Gallery, Moscow
– ”Dreams for those who are awake”, MMOMA, Moscow
– “Light Echo”, NK Gallery, Antwerpen (duo show with Ivan Razumov)

2012

– “V-Museum”, Berlin, in the frame of cultural year of Germany-Russia
– “Checkpoint”, Project Fabrica, Moscow
– “Checkpoint”, Perm’s State Art Museum, Perm, Russia
– “Checkpoint”, Erarta Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
– “Reproduction”, Triumph gallery, Moscow

2011

– Main project “REWRITING WORLDS” at The 4-th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow
– “Reproduction”, Salon Vert, London, Great Britain
– “Reproduction”, Gallery Weekend, Exhibition Center at Auguststrasse 74, Berlin, Germany
– “Reproduction”, Сolourblind gallery, Koeln, Germany
– “Reproduction”, Art and Space Gallery, Munich, Germany
– “Beauty of Science”, Gabarron foundation museum, Valladolid, Spain (in the frame of cultural year of Spain-Russia)
– “Reproduction”, Tulsky necropolis museum, Tula, Russia

2010

– “Swedish Family”, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden
– “Freedom”, The Second Moscow Biennale of Young Art  “Qui Vive”, , MMOMA, Moscow
– ”Time forward!”, Soyuz, Moscow
– Kandinsky  Prize, Central House of Artists, Moscow
– ”Real Art”, Project Fabrika, Moscow
– “On the contrary”, Vinzavod, Moscow

2009

– Special project “Swedish Family'” for The Third Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, MMOMA, Moscow

2008

– “Moscow news”, Gallery hall, Izhevsk, Russia
– “Technology”, First Moscow Biennale of Young Art “Qui vive?”, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art

2007

– “Space”,  MMOMA, Moscow
– Exhibition of young artists from Contemporary Art School (MMOMA), Beijing, China
– “Technology”, Teatergalleriet, Uppsala, Sweden

2006

– “Power” festival, MMOMA, Moscow
– ”Urban Stillife”, festival of young contemporary art ''Qui vive?, Projekt Fabrika, Moscow
– ”Moscow News'”, Critic's gallery, Prague, Czech Republic

2005

– “Tusovka-Art”, MUU gallery, Helsinki, Finland
– ”Memory”, MMOMA, Moscow

2004

– Rap-opera “Discussion about “Phenomenology of the soup can”, STELLA ART gallery, Moscow\
– “Art War”, “Gloria” Pavillion, Helsinki, Finland

2003

– “Lifshiz”, ArtKLJAZMA, Festival of Open-Air Art, Moscow region
– ”The First Axiom”, S'ART gallery, Moscow

2002

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

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Selected group exhibitions:

Since 1996 took part in more than 50 international and Russian exhibitions.

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Prizes and nominations

Kandinsky Prize, Young Artist of the year, 2010
Grant from the Ministry of Culture of Russia, 2004

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Publications

“Lenin breaks ice” (AD Marginem, Moscow, 2014)
“Kulturtidskriften CORA” (Stockholm, 2013)
“Reproduction" (Triumph gallery, Moscow, 2012)
“Frozen Dreams: Contemporary Art From Russia” (Thames & Hudson, London, 2011)
“Taisia Korotkova” (Art&Space Gallery Munich / Sputnik Art Foundation, Moscow, 2011)