[Born in: Russian Federation / Live in: Russian Federation / Female]

Tania Antoshina holds her PhD in fine art from Industrial Academy (Stroganovskoe), Moscow.
Her work has been exhibited at MUMOK, Vienna, Moderna Muzeet, Stockholm; Nationalgalerie Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin; Ludwig Museum, Budapest; Royal Academy, London; Chelsea Art Museum, NY; Corcoran Art Museum, Washington.
2012 - resident artist at Mariposa, Canary Islands, Spain;
2005 - resident artist at Art Omi, NY, USA;
2001 - resident artist at Yaddo, NY, USA.
Collections at: MUMOK, Wien; Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington; Corcoran Art Museum, Washington DC; Casoria Contemporary Art Museum, Naples; Olympic Fine Arts Museum, Beijing; Penang State Art Museum, Penang; The American University Museum, Washington; The Francis J. Greenburger Collection, New York; Omi International Arts Center Collection, New York; Krasnoyarsk Cultural Historical Museum Complex, Krasnoyarsk; Perm Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm; Museum of Decorative-Applied and Folk Arts, Moscow; The National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA); Moscow State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg; The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
Born in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia;
Lives in Moscow.
Artur Muradyan
Artur has worked fifteen years as Director/Producer in the field of video production, with emphasis on animation and motion graphics. Currently he produces short films and documentaries in partnership with Ekaterina Rossikhina, DBA Animatography. He has independently produced dozens of projects, from TV commercials to short films. Artur has participated in the creation of tens of TV shows and TV series episodes, including documentaries, and hundreds of TV promos, as an employee of major Russian television networks. Artur's audio-visual works are presented in Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, Italy. His awards include: PromaxBDA, Best Short and Screencraft awards at the New York Independent Film Festival, and Magmart International Videoart Festival. Artur studied Philosophy at Yerevan State University in Armenia and Psychology of audio-visual perception at Moscow State University, in Russia. He lives and works in San Francisco.

Tania Antoshina + Artur Muradyan - work on year: 1961

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