Degot, PhD, is an art historian, art critic and curator based in Moscow. She has worked as a senior curator at the State Tretiakov Gallery, art columnist at “Kommersant Daily”, Moscow, and curator of special exhibition projects in Central House of Artists, Moscow. She has been teaching at European University, Petersburg, Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow, and was a guest professor at universities in USA and Europe. Curator and co-curator of shows (a.o.): “Body Memory: Underwear of the Soviet Era” (City History museum, Petersburg, a.o.), “Moscow-Berlin 1950-2000” (Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin; History Museum, Moscow, 2003-2004), “Soviet Idealism” (Museum of Wallon art, Liege, 2005), “The Comedy. The Funny Side of the Moving Image.” (Moscow, Central House of Artists, 2005), a.o. Her books include “Terroristic Naturalism” (1998), “Russian 20th c Art” (2000), and “Moscow Conceptualism” (with Vadim Zakharov, 2005).
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