Thursday, november 9 - sunday, november 12, 2017
Alexey's Titarenko's work will be on view this year at Paris Photo in Nailya Alexander Gallery's booth, A30. Paris Photo, the largest and longest-running international photography fair in the world, will take place in the Grand Palais from Thursday, November 9 through Sunday, November 12. Please see the Paris Photo website for details regarding hours and admission.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
On Thursday, September 14 from 6:30-8:00 PM, in conjunction with the exhibition Red Horizon, Alexey Titarenko will join a panel of artists, art historians, and curators to discuss the politics of cultural production in the USSR during the 20th century and the continued relevancy of the art of dissent today. In addition to Titarenko, participants include the artist Vitaly Komar; Natalia Sidlina, curator or Russian art at Tate Modern in London; and Christina Kiaer, Assosiate Professor of Art History at Northwestern University. This program is free and open to all.
MARCH 22 - mAY 20, 2017
Titarenko will be the subject of a solo exhibition, The City is a Novel, at Nailya Alexander Gallery from March 22 through May 20, 2017. The show will feature images from his 2015 monograph of the same name. The opening reception will take place in the gallery on Thursday, April 6 from 6:00-8:00 PM.
April 29, 2017
Art historian Dmitry Kiyan will be at Nailya Alexander Gallery at 4:00 PM on Saturday, April 29 to give a talk about the work in Titarenko's current exhibition Alexey Titarenko: The City is a Novel. The event, part of this year's Madison Avenue Gallery Walk, is free and open to the public.
April 29 - 30, 2017
Nailya Alexander Gallery will be exhibiting Titarenko's work at the PGH Photo Fair, now in its fifth edition, at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. The fair will be held April 29-30, 2017, in the Hall of Sculpture, and will host thirteen internationally renowned photography dealers and projects whose work spans the history of the medium, from nineteenth-century vintage prints to contemporary photography and photobooks.
April 18, 2017
Please visit the website of Studio International to read a new interview with Titarenko by art historian Natasha Kurchanova, in which he discusses his life in the Soviet Union, his early photographic experiments, and the writers and filmmakers who have influenced his work.
"When I was a boy, I walked along the city streets, and some things around me – such as buildings, their architectural details and smells – elicited feelings of delight, euphoria, emotional excitement and inspiration. They were responsible for creating a special state in my soul...When I was given a camera at eight years of age, I said to myself that it was precisely the kind of instrument I could use to help me preserve these fleeting moments of the condition of my soul. I could make them last longer, and return to them over and over again. I took my camera and went to after-school photography classes for children at the Kirov Palace of Culture on Vasilyevsky Island, St Petersburg and, little by little, I learned to use it."
MARCH 30 - APRIL 2, 2017
May 11, 2017
Titarenko will the subject of a solo exhibition opening May 12, 2017, at Damiani Gallery in Bologna, Italy. Damiani Gallery, an exhibition space open to the public for contemporary photography, was inaugurated in June 2016 as a new facet of the renowned publishing company Damiani editore.