With the support of:

Anya Zholud

Anya Zholud

1981, Leningrad

Graduated from the St. Petersburg Art College named after Nikolay Roerich and the St. Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design. In 2007 she was nominated for the All-Russia “Innovation” prize in the sphere of contemporary art and in 2008 for the Kandinsky Prize. Participant of the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009.

Her works are in the collections of the State Hermitage Museum (St. Petersburg), the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Moscow), the State Center for Contemporary Art (Moscow), the Museum of Non-conformist Art (St. Petersburg), the New Museum (St. Petersburg), GridchinHall (Moscow region) Museum of contemporary art ART4.RU (Moscow), Private collection KorArt.

Lives and works in Moscow.

Personal site: http://www.zholudhome.com/

Photos of the works are provided by Marina Gisich Gallery and GridchinHall.

Selected Exhibitions

2001 — Anna’s graphics. Borey Art Center. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2002 — FREGIDUS. IFA creative society. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2003 — Center of Arts named after Diaghilev. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2003 — Colored Sin. Expo–88 Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2004 — A willing to be. The Gallery under the International University. Moscow, Russia

2005 — Crisis of Presence. A-3 Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2005 — Inventory. Expo-88 Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2005 — Bitches and Women. Central House of Artist. Moscow, Russia

2005 — Creative Crisis. Cultural Centre at Pushkinskaya 10. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2006 — Monument to Virginity. S.ART Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2007 — Museum of Me. ArtStrelka. Moscow, Russia

2007 — Things for Love. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia

2008 — Cabinet, Luda Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2008 — Iron Wedding. Aidan Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2009 — Communications. Arsenal, 53rd Venice Biennale. Venice, Italy

2012 — The Last Exhibition. Gridchinhall Art Center. Moscow Region, Russia.

2016 — Worse Than Nothing. Gridchinhall Art Center. Moscow Region, Russia

2017 — Half the trouble, or Illusion of life. Museum of Contemporary Art, ART4.RU. Moscow, Russia


2010 — INNOVATION Prize laureate