With the support of:

Tatiana Akhmetgalieva

Tatiana Akhmetgalieva

1983, Kemerovo

In 2002 graduated from the Kemerovo Regional Art College. From 2008 she studied new technologies in modern art in Pro Arte Institute of St. Petersburg Art and Culture Fund on course. In 2011 she started to study at St. Petersburg State Academy of Arts and Industry by A. Stieglitz at the department of Fine Textiles.

In 2010, her project “Pupal stage” reached the final of the Kandinsky Prize-2010 in the category “Young Artist Project of the Year”. In 2015 her project «Allergy to dust» won the first prize of Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award in the category “The best project of visual art”.

Lives and works in St. Petersburg and Moscow.

Personal site: http://tanya-akhmetgalieva.com/

Photos of the works are provided by Marina Gisich Gallery.

Selected Exhibitions

2009 — The Chrysalis Phase. Winzavod, the platform for the young artists START. III Moscow biennale of contemporary art. Moscow, Russia

2010 — Clotho. The first Ural industrial biennale of contemporary art. The Sverdlovsk Wool Spinning Mill. Ekaterinburg, Russia

2011 — Happy Сhildhood. The Sigmund Freud Dream Museum. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2011 — Incubator. Galerie Forsblom. Helsinki, Finland

2011 — Whisper. Turku biennal. Turku, Finland

2011 — Patterns of the mind. The Aboa Vertus & Ars Nova (Museum of History and Contemporary Art). Turku, Finland

2012 — Toys. Triumph Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2012 — Synthetic Syndrome. TKACHI. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2012 — My Room. Galerie Forsblom. Helsinki, Finland

2013 — Hello, World! Gallery Mimmo Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea. Milan, Italy

2014 — Allergy to dust. Marina Gisich Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2014 — Hello, World! Galerie Forsblom. Helsinki, Finland

2017 — The Russian Pavilion at the 57th International Exhibition La Biennale Di Venezia. Italy

2017 — Ural Industrial Biennal of Contemporary Art. Ekaterinburg, Russia

2017 — Nepokorennye Prospect. In terms of the Parallel Program of the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia

2017 — Reconciliation Here. Group exhibition. In terms of the Parallel Program of the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art. Gallery ‘Na Taganke’. Moscow, Russia


2010 — First prize Novoyaz of the State Hermitage Museum. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2010 — Kandinsky Prize finalist with the Chrysalis Phase project

2015 — Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award winner, Best Visual Art Project


2014 — Viennafair. Marina Gisich Gallery stand. Vienna, Austria

2014 — Cosmoscow, Marina Gisich Gallery stand. Moscow, Russia