Elena Yaichnikova (b. 1979, Moscow) is a Moscow-based independent curator and art-critic. She studied History, Literature and History of Art in Moscow, and completed an International Curatorial Training Program at the Ecole du Magasin CNAC in Grenoble, France in 20052006. Her exhibitions and curatorial projects include Observations Diary (Art Re:flex gallery, St. Petersburg, 2013), Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan (Moscow Museum of Modern Art, 2012), Generation P: Young Artists from Moscow (Russenko festival, Paris, France, 2012), Once Upon a Present (Gallery SC, Zagreb, Croatia, 2011), Res publica in the frame of the France-Russia Year (Moscow Museum of Modern Art, 2010), 40 Lives of One Space, awarded a prize of the best curatorial project of the Special Program of the 3rd Moscow Biennale (2009), and Colocation [Living Together], a year-long program of exhibitions and public talks at La Box in 2007-2008 (Bourges, France). She was a curator of START project for young artists at Winzavod art center in 2011-2012. She has been working in the educational department of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art since 2013. She is a regular contributor to Russian and occasionally to international art press.
Curatorial Intensive Symposium: Moscow
Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium in Moscow Saturday, August 9, 2014 Session 1: 2:30-4:30 pm Session 2: 5:00-7:45 pm Garage Education Center 9/4 Krimskiy Val street Moscow, Russia 119049 FREE and open to the public Join ICI and the participants of the Curatorial Intensive in Moscow for a daylong public symposium, where the participants will present […]read more »