We are pleased to announce that Tate Modern has accepted into the permanent collection three drawings exhibited in Olga Chernysheva's GRAD (Gallery for Russian Art and Design) exhibition 'Peripheral Visions' with the generous support of Tate patrons. Olga's next exhibition 'Vague Accent' will open at The Drawing Center in New York on 6th October. For more information please click here.
25/02/2016 | 8pm | Cinéma 1 Presented by Alicia Knock and Pamela Sticht, in the presence of the artist Olga Chernysheva. Adopting a poetic style in order to document Russia’s passage into consumerist society, Chernysheva’s film Streamboat Dionysius (2004) questions the persistence of the idea of community after the fall of USSR. Anna Jermolaewa’s films are also marked by the era of post communism. Her film Kremlin Doppelgänger (2009) confronts the historic city of Kremlin with its present d
‘Peripheral Visions’ celebrated the work of Moscow-based artist Olga Chernysheva as part of the sixth Moscow Biennale. Showcasing thirty new and unseen drawings and a range of work in various mediums, Chernysheva explored the interactions of people and objects with the structures and spaces of contemporary Russia. Curated by Elena Sudakova, the exhibition highlighted the power of an artistic ‘peripheral vision’ to shine light on issues that are relegated to the margins of our thought processe
Beginning on 9 December 2014, Russian artist Olga Chernysheva’s video ‘Trashman’ will be shown in London at the Whitechapel Gallery. Curated by Fiona Banner, Chernysheva’s work is part of an exhibition focusing on artists from the V-A-C collection in Moscow. The show will be on view until 8 March 2015. Click here for more information about the exhibition.
Russian artist Olga Chernysheva is featured in an exhibition entitled Keeping Sight at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst (M HKA) in Antwerp. Highlighting her work and the museum’s collection, Chernysheva’s photographs, films and drawings are shown alongside artists Francis Alÿs, Hans Eijkelboom, Antoni Muntadas and Hermann Pitz. Earlier works in her career as well her most recent projects are presented in the exhibition. Running until 18 January, Keeping Sight will coincide with Pace London’s e