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Nadya Anfalova

Born 20 August 1976 in St. Petersburg.
1991-1994 studied at Ioganson Art School, St. Petersburg.
1995-2001 studied at St. Petersburg Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Graphic Department.

Member of the Russian Union of Artists and Artists’ Union of Russia.
Diploma for the installation “Kitezh-Grad”, contest exhibition “Russian Imperial Gardens 2012”, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.
The artist of the main project of IV Moscow International Biennale (“Rewriting Worlds” curated by Peter Weibel)
Nominee, Kandinsky Prize 2011 (Media Project of the Year)
Diploma for the installation “Dedication to Botticelli”, contest exhibition “Russian Imperial Gardens 2011”, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.
Winner, “Art-project-2010 for the Anna Nova Gallery”, St. Petersburg
Nominee, Kandinsky Prize 2008 (Media Art Project of the Year)

Museum and Private Collections:

State Russian Museum
Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art  
Museum of Nonconformist Art, St. Petersburg  
Anna Akhmatova Museum, St. Petersburg  
Krasnoyarsk Museum Center
Kaliningrad State Picture Gallery
Archangel State Museum of Visual Arts, Russia
Novosibirsk Picture Gallery, Russia  
Khanty-Mansiysk State Museum of Visual Arts, Russia
Tomsk Regional Museum of Art, Russia
Belgorod State Art Museum, Russia  
Murmansk Regional Museum of Art, Russia
Muzeum Kolejnictwa, Warsaw, Poland  
Sakhalin Regional Museum of Art, Russia
State Museum of Visual Arts, Kazan, Russia
State Peterhof Museum, Russia
Tiumen Museum of Visual Arts, Russia
Art Gallery, Polotsk National Museum, Belarus
International Cultural Centre, Krakow, Poland
Kolodzei Art Foundation Inc.

Artist’s works can also be found in many private collections in Russia, Latvia, Poland, France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Israel, Great Britain, Japan, China and US.