Natasha Tarr

Unt 2. The Only Nice Things. 2014. Canvas, mixed technique. 200x113
Natasha Tarr (Natalia Kuchumova) was born in 1982 in Zlatoust (Chelyabinsk Region, Russia). In 2011 she graduated from the Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design, after which she continued her education at the BAZA Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow. Her first solo exhibition "The Most Ancient Theft" took place at the venue for young art "START" in the WINZAVOD Centre for Contemporary Art (Moscow) in 2013, after which her exhibition "The Only Nice Things" was held in the pop/off/art Gallery in 2014. There then followed "With a Smiling Face, or Everything Will Be Fine" – in CCI Fabrika (Moscow) in 2015. Amongst the group exhibitions that the artist has participated in, mention should be made of such projects as: "Deceptive Reality" in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (Moscow, 2013), "Landscapes" in "Elektrozavod" (Moscow, 2014), "Bona Vivo" in the Museum of Decorative-Applied and Folk Art (Moscow, 2015). In 2014 Natalia Kuchumova adopted the pseudonym Natasha Tarr. She lives and works in Moscow.

Selected group exhibitions
Personal exhibitions
2014 - "Electrozavod" project. Fist exhibition: "Landscapes", "Electrozavod" gallery. Curatorial team: Ivan Isaev, Leonid Larionov. Dima Filippov
2013 - Project "The dull time", exhibition "Deceptive reality", Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
2013 - Project "Manifesto of the artist" , exhibition " 36 hours " , the festival grounds joint action. Rostov-on- Don, Russia
2013 - Project "Things " , exhibition " East-West dichotomy", 11 International Film Festival of Asian-Pacific countries, Vladivostok, Russia
2013 - Project "Skulls ", exhibition "Our work ", CCI "Fabrica", Moscow

2017 - The Big B. pop/off/art, Moscow
2015 - With a Smiling Face, or Everything Will be Fine. Fabrika CCI, Moscow
2014 - The Only Nice Things. pop/off/art, Moscow
2013 - The Oldest Theft. "START" project, Winzavod CCA

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