Katharina Hoi has reviewed Artificial Paradise for Kulturwoche, a group show at the KM Künstlerhaus featuring work from Olga Fedorova, writing that the lenticular prints “appear three-dimensional due to the tilting effect.” To read the full review, click here.
Mousse Magazine has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. The show features sculptures, made from granite but in the form of large scale USB drives, which have the potential to be construed as gravestones to the analogue era. To check out the listing, click here.
The Selfridges Eye, a monthly round-up of us news, future trends and awe-inspiring innovations in the world of art and culture, has featured Olga Fedorova’s current exhibition at AKG, Short Term Memories. The author writes: “Most of us today probably own more digital belongings than physical ones. If you count up the amount of photos, Word docs, MP3s and other digital detritus that you’ve gathered over the years, you’d be amazed at the overwhelming quantity of stuff. And, as morbid as this is, that digital presence will long outlive you. Olga Fedorova’s latest show is a dialogue with that idea; the artist bringing it to life by using sculpture to bridge the connection between the humble USB stick and the morbid gravestone.” To read the full article, click here.
Wall Street International has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo exhibition at AKG. Implicit in the show is the idea of memory, asking what imprint the human race will leave on earth after it inevitably passes away.. You can find Wall Street International‘s listing here.
Frieze has featured a photograph of Olga Fedorova’s White dog as promotion for the exhibition Artificial Paradise? Immersion in Space and Time at The Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien in Austria. To see the feature, click here.
Time Out has featured Short Term Memories, Olga Fedorova’s second solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. The artist uses 3D digital rendering software to create deeply unsettling cyber women/mannequins that inhabit various imagined spaces. To check out the listing, click here.
The Steidz has reviewed Data Dating at Galerie Charlot, featuring works from !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Adam Basanta, Addie Wagenknecht, Jeroen van Loon, John Yuyi, Moises Sanabria, Olga Fedorova, Pablo Garcia, Thomas Israël, Tom Galle, Zach Gage. Henri Guette writes that Olga Fedorova’s works “can allow us to reinvest loneliness”. To read the full review, click here.
Olga Fedorova’s digital artworks have been mentioned in a review of the group show Data Dating at Galerie Charlot in Paris. In the article, the writer Marie-Laure Desjardins writes that Fedorova fabricates ‘proposals that make us observers of strange scenes, almost disturbing, and especially incomprehensible, as are generally the fantasies of others.’ Read the review on their website here.
Generic Jungle, Russian artist Olga Fedorova’s first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, is mentioned by COSMOSCOW in an Artsy article speaking about young Russian artists exhibiting in the UK. Take a look at the full story here.
Blouin ArtInfo has written a review of Future Love. Desire and Kinship in Hypernature, a group show at Haus der electronischen Künste Basel featuring works by Olga Fedorova and !Mediengruppe Bitnik. To take a look at the full review, click here.
Tom Hägler of RTS has reviewed Future Love. Desire and Kinship in Hypernature, an exhibition of artworks that explore technologically mediated intimacy in the modern world at HeK Basel. Included in the show are the works of both !Mediengruppe Bitnik and Olga Fedorova. To read the full review, click here.
“Selfie”, 2017, a work created by Olga Fedorova for her solo show Generic Jungle at AKG, is included in the online group exhibition Why don’t we get a kickstarter going for an ISP? hosted by isthisit? Gallery and curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight. The show, staged in the wake of the ‘death’ of net neutrality in the United States, explores the limits of information control and the power associated with corporate grips on digital information pathways. Opening 22 December, the exhibition will run through 22 January 2018 and include artists such as Andy Holden, Ann Hirsch, Constant Dullaart, Eva Papamargariti, and Jacob Kudsk Steensen, among others. For more information and to see the show, click here.
Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, has been reviewed by Rodrigo Carlon for Dateagle Art. Carlon writes that by using a lenticular printing method, “Fedorova creates a screen-like effect on a non-electric, non-digital surface. This blurs the boundaries between the digital and physical realms. The digital and the ‘real’ or empirical become one and the same.” To read the full review, click here.
In an article reviewing the impact of the Wrong Bienniale, the Internet’s first digital art biennial, Happening Media mentions Olga Fedorova’s work If Looks Could Kill (2017). Curated by Fabio Paris, the unique GIF work is on view as part of Pink Pink Moon’s online pavilion for the Wrong. To read the full article and check out Fedorova’s work, click here.
Generic Jungle, Russian artist Olga Fedorova’s first solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, is mentioned by dreamideamachine ART VIEW in their international round-up of art exhibitions to see this November. Take a look at the full story here.
Alice Bucknell interviews Olga Fedorova about her first solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, for Huck Magazine. Describing the females in her lenticular pictures, Fedorova says: “They are all women from my life, who I create through observing and analysing their behaviours. I place them in different environments and situations and let them interact. They are ambiguous and sometimes funny, sometimes friends and sometimes enemies. But they are always somehow erotic. They are stuck in a sort of technological and digital trance.” Check out the full interview here.
Vanessa Feder reviews Olga Fedorova’s solo exhibition Generic Jungle. Describing the surreal quality of the works, Feder writes: “A visually stimulating mesh of everything bizarre, sterile, erotic, simple, complex, uncomfortable and absurd, her lenticular imagery forces an audience to enter new dimensions and come out feeling all types of ways.” Generic Jungle is on view at Annka Kultys Gallery through 16 December. Read the full review here.
Galleries Now features Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery. This will be Fedorova’s first solo presentation in the United Kingdom, on view from 16 November – 16 December. For more information, click here.
AQNB lists Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show, Generic Jungle, at Annka Kultys Gallery. Opening 16 November, the show will run until 16 December. See the full feature here.
Wall Street International features Generic Jungle, Olga Fedorova’s solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery. Generic Jungle will be on view from 16 November – 16 December. To see the listing, click here.
Time Out London reports on Olga Fedorova’s upcoming show at Annka Kultys Gallery. Entitled Generic Jungle, the show will include a range of the artist’s lenticular pictures. For the full details of the show, visit Time Out here.
Drool Creatives features Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo show at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle. The artist’s first solo show at the gallery, Generic Jungle will feature an array of the artist’s 3-D lenticular pictures. The show will run from 16 November through 16 December. For more information, click here.
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Olga Fedorova’s upcoming exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, is featured on Galleries Now. Containing an array of the artist’s 3D lenticular prints, Generic Jungle will run from 16 November through 16 December. See the full listing here.
Olga Fedorova’s upcoming solo-exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, Generic Jungle, is featured in Keen On Exhibitions PostHuman Bodies section. See the full listing here.
Olga Fedorova is Artslant’s ‘Wednesday Web Artist of the Week’. Christian Petersen writes, “Fedorova’s work explores contemporary obsessions with clinical modernism and sterile technology, which she uneasily couples with a unique blend of untamed nature and raw sexuality.” Read the full article here.