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Discussion. Victoria Lomasko and Anna Tereshkina. The City through the Eyes of an Artist

Lecture Cycle. Alexander Bikbov: The City from the Inside
6 July 2017


This two artists’ discussion will offer listeners a new perspective on the city and its inhabitants, and show how art can give form to what is marginalised and invisible. 

Urban routines blur the differences that create tensions and remove conflicting perspectives from the foreground of city life. An artist working with social issues can bring differences back to the spotlight and invent new ways of aesthetic expression to draw public attention to issues that are neglected. Two artists working with city spaces, social and gender issues will speak about art that can turn hidden social tensions and experiences into a clear and strong enunciation. 


Victoria Lomasko (b. 1978, Serpukhov) is an artist. In 2003, she graduated from the Moscow State University of Printing Arts, where she majored in book design. From 2010 to 2014, she gave drawing lessons based on her own methodology in juvenile prison colonies. The project archive is held at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid. Solo exhibitions include: Tagansky Justice (with Anton Nikolaev; Knoll Galerie, Vienna, 2012), May Holidays and A Chronicle of Occupy Abay (Occupy Abay, Chistoprudny Boulevard, Moscow, 2012) and HIV: Unequal (Borey Gallery, Saint Petersburg, 2015). She has co-curated projects Drawing the Court (with Zlata Ponirovskaya), The Feminist Pencil (with Nadya Plungyan, 2011). Lomasko is the author of books Forbidden Art (together with Anton Nikolaev, 2011) and Other Russias (2017). Other Russias (2017). She won an award in the competition Drawing the Court (Russia, 2010). She lives and works in Moscow.

Anna Tereshkina (b. 1986, Omsk) is an artist working in a variety of media, including drawing, painting, mail art, collage, artist’s book, installation, video and interactive audio projects. Since 2006, she has taken part in exhibitions in Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, and Moscow, including An Artist Wife is the Family’s Tragedy (with Anastasia Vepreva, Lilu S. Deil and Polina Zaslavskaya; Gryaznaya Gallery, Saint Petersburg, 2014) The Cut (an exhibition of collages by Omsk artists, Iskusstvo Omska Museum, 2014) and GOOD. The New Art of Omsk (an exhibition of young Omsk artists, Lyuda Gallery, Saint Petersburg, 2014). She lives and works in Saint Petersburg.

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