With the support of:

Olga Kroytor

Olga Kroytor

1986, Moscow

Olga graduated from the Art graphic faculty of the Moscow State Pedagogical University, from the Moscow Museum of Modern Art “Free Workshops”, and from the Institute of Contemporary Art. In 2012 she was nominated for the Kandinsky Prize in the category “Young artist”. She was a nominee for the “Kuryokhin Award” in the nomination “Art in public space” in 2014, the winner of the Kandinsky Prize in the category “Project of the year” in 2015 for a performance “The Fulcrum”. She was also a winner of the Brodsky award in 2016.

Lives and works in Moscow.

Personal site: https://kroytor.jimdo.com/

The photos of works are provided by the artist.

Selected Exhibitions

2010 — Composition №1. DVORETS. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2011 — Dissociative Identity Disorder. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia

2011 — Split Personality. Regina Gallery. Moscow Russia

2012 — Soviet Space., Le Kremlin-Bicêtre, France

2014 — Unnecessary. Komnata Gallery, School of Modern Drama Theater. Moscow, Russia

2015 — The time that exists. Fabrika Zarya. Vladivostok, Russia

2015 — 8 Situations. Artwin Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2016 — The Coordinates Of Disappearance. Artwin Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2016 — On the Other Side. Artwin Gallery Kicik Qalart. Baku, Azerbaijan

2017 — A quoi rêvent les forêts? Galerie Les filles du calvaire. Paris, France

2017 — Luther und die Avantgarde. The Old Prison. Wittenberg, Germany

2017 — Man as Bird. Images of Journeys. Special project of Pushkin Museum XXI as the Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel. Venice, Italy

2017 — Inner Manifesto Ground Khodinka. Moscow, Russia

2017 — Dream Cinema. Ground Peschanaya. Moscow, Russia

2017 — CREATurE Live Art: International Performance Art Festival. Vilnius, Lithuania

2017 — New Literacy. 4th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary art, main project (video art "Decay"). Ekaterinburg, Russia

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


2012 — Kandinsky Prize nominee in the category Young Artist

2014 — Nominee for the Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award in the category Art in public space

2015 — Kandinsky Prize laureate in the category Project of the Year for the Fulcrum performance

2016 — The Brodsky award laureate

2016 — Winner of Garage grant programs for emerging artists in 2016/2017. Russia

2017 — Winner of Garage grant programs for emerging artists in 2017/2018. Russia