ARTSY | 21 March 2018


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.

ARTSY | 6 November 2017

Annka Kultys Gallery

Signe Pierce is interviewed by Alice Bucknell in her latest editorial for Artsy. Entitled “A Brief History of the Color Pink,” the piece traces the history of the rosy shade. Known for her employment of pink and purple light in both her photography and her performances, Pierce rejects historically gendered notions of the color. She says: “The insistence upon socializing women to identify with a color that doesn’t exist in the ‘real world’ is, to me, a testament towards the patriarchal hierarchies that work to keep women submissive in everyday life.” Read Bucknell’s full editorial here.

ARTSY | 24 October 2017

Annka Kultys Gallery

Anne Vieux’s works, ////soft wavelength (2017) and //interrupter (2017) are included  in Scott Indrisek’s article on The Journal Gallery co-founder Michael Nevin. Both works are currently on view at The Journal Gallery in New York until October 27. More information can be found here.

ARTSY | 7 June 2017

Annka Kultys Gallery

Molly Soda was interviewed by Artsy on her current solo show at 315 Gallery in Brooklyn. “ ‘I’m just happy to be here’ presents a multitude of Mollys… Soda taps into a tension familiar with anyone who has ever used the internet: the inevitable discrepancy between the way we’re perceived online …and the way we actually are in real life”, writes Casey Lesser. Read the full article here.

ARTSY | 13 March 2017

Annka Kultys Gallery

Artsy published an article about the book ‘Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Images Banned From Instagramby Arvida Byström and Molly Soda, featuring photographs that have been banned from Instagram.  “The book engages in a dialogue around the policies found across social media, which are designed to keep users safe, though have unintentionally censored artistic freedoms.” writes Molly Gottschalk. Read the full article here.