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Tatjana Badanina

俄羅斯

Two winged objects

Two winged objects

1988

55х99cм (paper)

Etching



Biography
Tatiana Badanina was born in 1955 in Nizhniy Tagil in the Ural region of Russia.
She studied fine art at the Graphic Art Faculty of Nizhniy Tagil State Teacher's Training College between 1973—1978 and begun participating in art exhibitions in 1978.
She taught at Nizhniy Tagil State Teacher's Training College between 1978 – 1991 and has participated in domestic and International art exhibitions, creative symposiums and biennalies. She has been living and working in Moscow since 1997.
Member of the Russian Artists Union since 1989
Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Arts


She has participated in projects for the major Russian art museums including:
The State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg: 848. Collection of Jorge Machare and Nadya Volkonskaya, 2013.
The State Russian Museum, Saint- Petersburg: Abstract Art of Russia. ХХ Century, 2001; Collage in Russia, 2006.
The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow: Abstract Art of Russia, 2002; Revision of materials, 2005—2006.
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow: Studio Senezh – 55 Etchings, 2003.
All-Russian Decorative-Applied and Folk Art Museum, Moscow: Objects and Things, 2003; Solo exhibition - White Garments. * * * Dedication, 2012. Code of epoque, 2013.
The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow: Gardens and deserts, 1999.
Moscow Museum of Modern Art: New Angelarium, 2007; a number of expositions from the Museum's reserve.
National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow: Poet and Artist's book. Between text and image, 2005; Transition in Russia, 2008; Exhibition / Presentation of Alanica International Symposium, 2010; Charity auction of the works by Russian Contemporary Artists * in support of A. Erofeev and U. Samodurov, 2010.
Various other exhibitions held at: Central and New (Small) Manege, Central House of Artists, Contemporary Art Centre Winzavod, Artplay Design Centre, Polytechnical Museum, The State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia and Tsarytsino Museum.
With her hasbend Vladimir Nasedkin she organized and curated an International Symposium in the Urals (1989), in Nepal (Kathmandu), Tibet (Lhasa, 2000), on Lake – (artists Francisco Infante-Arana and Nonna Goryunova, Alexander Evgenievich Ponomarev, Tishkov, Leonid, Shaburov, Alexander E., Porto, Ivan B., Chernyshev, Aristarchus A., Vladislav Yefimov, Batynkov, Konstantin, Baikal (2001) and in Ferapontovo (2003). As designers Tatiana Badanina and Vladimir Nasedkin worked on a pavilion for the Russian/Ukrainian Consortium AN-70 at an International Avia Show in Germany- ILA in Berlin, 2000; at The Second International Space Show in Kiev, AVIASVIT -XXI. Ukraine, 2000; at The Third China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition. Zhuhai, 2000; they also designed a number of interiors in Moscow and in Kiev.
Participated in International Art Fairs
2004, 2006, 2009, 2011 Art-Moscow – International Art Fair, Moscow.
2007 The Second International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow.
2012 The Fifth International Biennale of Contemporary Art ALUMINIUM, Baku, Azerbaijan.
Together with husband Vladimir Nasedkin organised and curated an International Symposium in the Urals (1989), in Nepal (Kathmandu) and in Tibet (Lhasa, 2000), as well as on Lake Baikal (2001) and in Ferapontovo (2003). Working with artists such as: Francisco Infante-Arana and Nona Gorunova, Alexander Ponomarev, Leonid Tishkov, Alexander Shaburov, Ivan Porto, Aristarkh Chernyshov, Vladislad Efimov, Konstantin Batynkov ...)
Tatiana Badanina and Vladimir Nasedkin both worked on designing a Pavilion for the Russian/Ukrainian Consortium AN-70 at the International Avia Show in Germany- ILA in Berlin, 2000, at The Second International Space Show in Kiev, AVIASVIT -XXI. Ukraine, 2000 and at The Third China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition. Zhuhai, 2000. They have also designed a number of interiors in Moscow and in Kiev.
Solo exhibitions
1991 Painting. Union Gallery, Moscow, Russia (jointly with V. Nasedkin and S. Brukhanov)
1993 Nizhniy Tagil State Museum of Fine Arts, Nizhniy Tagil, Russia
1993 Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, Yekaterinburg, Russia (jointly with V. Nasedkin)
1995 Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, Yekaterinburg, Russia
1996 Kino Gallery, Cinema Centre, Moscow, Russia
1997 Kino Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1999 Graphic Centre of the Artist's Union, Vilnus, Lithuania
1999 Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Kaliningrad, Russia (jointly with V. Nasedkin and N. Zarovnaya)
1999 RosIzo Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2002 The Russian Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia
2003 Wings. Sam Brook Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2004 Skies. Masters Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2005 Protective Veil. Action. Serafimo-Znamenskiy Skete. Moscow Region, Russia
2007 White Garments. Serafimo-Znamenskiy Skete. Moscow Region, Russia
2007 Protective Veil. Materia Prima Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2009 TRANZIT, Оber-gallery, Kent, USA (jointly with V. Basedkin)
2010 White Garments, Maris-Art Gallery, Perm, Russia
2012 proSVET (about light). Kultproject Gallery. Moscow, Russia
2012 White Garments. Dedication...All-Russian Decorative – Applied and Folk Art Museum, Moscow, Russia
Collections
The State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
The State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia
The State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, USA
Deutsche Bank Collection, Berlin, Germany
The Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Moscow, Russia
Collection of the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Various galleries in Kalinigrad, Nizhniy Tagil, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk,
Perm, Irbit, Ufa, Orel, Ivano-Frankovsk, Kurgan, Surgut, Astana, Vladikavkaz,
Archangelsk and others
Tatiana's works are also in private collections in Russia, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, USA, Ukraine and Kazakhstan.