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Anya Titova

Anya Titova

Born in Sverdlovsk in 1984. Currently lives and works in Moscow.

In her practice Titova explores the inconsistent relationships that she identifies between representation, found objects and experiences of social relations. Titova's method is based on redefinition of boundaries between installation and photography, collage and sculpture.

In 2011 Titova became a participant of the main exposition at 54th Venice Biennale „ILLUMInations”. In 2012 participated in the main project at II Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.

2006 The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow

2007 The Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow

2009 Valand School of Art, Gothenburg

Solo shows:

2013 Rituals of Resistance (Gallery 21 and CCI Fabrika, Moscow)

2011 The Lost Dream of Corte-Real (together with Stas Shuripa) (Artplay, Moscow)

2010 We Fade In The Sun and Blossom In The Lamplight (Gallery Rotor, Gothenburg)

2009 The Order of Assembly (together with Alexandra Sukhareva) (CCI Fabrika, Moscow)

2008 Glory Hole or What Makes a Thing a Thing (together with Arseniy Zhilyaev) (basement exhibition, Kropotkinskaya 18, Moscow)

Group shows:

2014 Artificial Life (Molbert Gallery, Organisers Gallery 21 & Nasui Collection & Gallery. In the frame of the Parallel Exhibition Program of MANIFESTA 10)

2013 Department of Work and Employment (The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow)

2013 Lenin: Icebreaker (Icebreaker „Lenin”, Murmansk)

2012 Seems Something Is Missing Here (CCA Winzavod, Moscow)

2012 Angkor one more Angkor (Gallery 21, Moscow)

2012 Things, Words and Consequences (Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow)

2012 Counterillusions (Gallery 21 and former Factory ZIL, Moscow)

2012 Under A Tinsel Sun (Central House of Artists, Moscow)

2012 Landscape Painted by Gaze (Gallery 21, Moscow)

2011 Practice for Everyday Life (Calvert 22, London)

2011 ILLUMInations (Arsenale, Venice)

2011 Vosmoye Marta (Regina Gallery, Moscow)

2010 The New Décor (CCC Garage, Moscow)

2010 Junk (Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow)

2009 New Sculpture: Chaos and Structure (New Museum, St Petersburg)

2009 The Next Step is Ours! (Voronezh Center of Contemporary Art, Voronezh)

2009 Kvartirnik, communal apartment exhibition (Kozitsky 1, Moscow)

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Public collections:

V-A-C Foundation, Moscow

Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow

Moscow House of Photography

Wintertur Museum of Photography

Selected bibliography:

Dyakonov, Valentin, Sorm In a Shell, Kommersant Issue 83, 20.05.2013 http: //

Dyakonov, Valentin, Dictionary of a Distance, Kommersant Issue 196, 18.10.2013

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Khachaturov, Sergei, According To The Law of Random Errors, 11.10.2012

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Shuripa, Stanislav, Anthropologu of Emptyness, Dialog Iskusstv, Issue 5, 2012