Sergei Bugaev Afrika, I-20 Gallery, New York
Afrika, Forsblom Projects, Helsinki, Finland
Sergei Bugaev Afrika, curated by Walter Smerling. Museum Kuppersmuhle Für Moderne Kunst, Duisberg, Germany
Sergei Bugaev Afrika, State Tratyakov Gallery, The National Russian Museum of Fine Art, Moscow, Russia
Stalker 3, I-20 Gallery, New York
Mir: Made in the XX Century, I-20 Gallery, New York (cat.)
Russian Federation Pavilion, 48th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (cat.)
Space Day (with Adam Bartos), Space Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Sergei Bugaev Afrika. No Name Gallery, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (cat.)
Sergei Bugaev Afrika, Galerie Vedovi, Brussels, Belgium
Sergei Bugaev Afrika: New Photographs. The New Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia
Sergei Bugaev (Afrika). Rebus II: Works on Copper. I-20 Gallery, New York (cat.)
Evolution of an Image: Light, Sound and Material. (with Tommi Gronlund and Peteri Nisunen, Finland).
State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. Curated by Olessia Turkina. (cat.)
Afrika. Peter Schuengel ACP Gallery, Salzburg, Austria
Doctor and Patient: Memory and Amnesia. (With Bracha Lichtenberg-Ettinger). Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland. (cat.)
Sergei Bugaev Afrika. Krimania: Monuments, Icons, Mazafaka. MAK-Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Peter Noever. (cat.)
Afrika. l’Espace Montjoie, La Plaine St. Denis, Paris, France. Curated by Paul Judelson and Emanuel Javogue.
Method (one-room installation). The Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland. (cat.)
Afrika. Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Travelled to Queens Museum of Art,
New York; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama; the Wolfsonian and New World
Galleries, Miami-Dade Community College; and the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio. Curated by Louis Grachos. (cat.)
Donaldestruction. Southern Exposure at Project Artaud, San Francisco. Travelled to Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA), the Clocktower Gallery, New York (curated by Rebecca Quaytman); the Power Plant: Contemporary
Art at Harbourfront, Toronto; and CRDC, l’Espace Graslin, Nantes, France. (cat.)
Donaldestruction. The Lenin Museum, Leningrad.
Afrika and Timur Novikov. The Raab Gallery, London.
Afrika. Gallery “ASSA,” Leningrad
Apt-Art Exhibitions. Studio of Timur Novikov, Leningrad.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Futureologia / Russian Utopias, Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, Russia
The Future Depends On You. New Rules, Vladivostok, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk, Ekaterinburg, Samara, Krasnodar, Kaliningrad, Russia
Russia Miami 2007, curated by Julie Sylvester, Miami Design District, Miami, FL
The Storm and the Harbour, curated by Oxana Maleeva. 52nd Venice Biennale: collateral event, Venice, Italy
Petroliana, curated by Elena Sorokina. 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
Naked Life, curated by Manray Hsu & Maren Richter. Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
Modus R, curated by Yevgenia Kikodze & Olesya Turkina. DACRA, Miami Design District, FL
The Nature of the Cosmos, organized by Sergei Bugaev Afrika. Russian Ethnographic Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Russia!, curated by Valerie Hillings, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
“Ars Digital. Curated by Joulia Strauss. The 1st Moscow Biennale, Moscow, Russia
Berlin-Moscow/Moscow-Berlin 1950-2000, State Tretyakov Gallery, The National Russian Museum of Fine Art, Moscow, Russia (cat.)
Lacoon Devoured. Curated by Daniel Eguskiza. ARTIUM, Basque Center-Museum of Contemporary Art, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. (cat.)
Channel 0. Curated by Katerina Gregos. Netherlands Video Art Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (cat.)
Watch Out! Art from Moscow and St. Petersburg, Curated by Kari J. Brandtzaeg. The National Museum of Art, Oslo, Norway. (Cat.)
The American Effect: A Look at how America is seen by Artists from around the world. Curated by Lawrence Rinder, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)
Attack! Art and War in the Media Age, Vienna Kunstalle, Vienna, Austria (cat.)
art03, dlux Media Arts, 50th Sydney Film Festival, Sydney, Austrlia
Cutting Edge, ARCO, Madrid, Spain
The Valencia Biennial, Valencia, Spain (cat.)
Mare Balticum, Charlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen, Denmark (cat.)
Seeing Isn’t Believing: Russian Art Since Glasnost, The Lamont Gallery at Phillip Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH. Curated by Gail Roman (cat.)
2000 Benefit Exhibition, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (cat.)
New Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.
It’s the Real Thing: Soviet and Russian Sots Art, Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Traveled through 1999 to the Weimar Collection, Weimar Festival, Germany. (cat.)
Kabinet, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Curated by Rudi Fuchs and Guert Imanse. (cat.)
St. Petersburg Festival, World Financial Center, New York.
Red, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
Strangers in the Arctic: ‘Ultima Thule’ and Modernity. Rundetarn, Copenhagen. Travelled to Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland; Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland; and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada (cat.)
Metaphern des Entrucktsteins: Aktuelle Kunst aus St. Petersburg. Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsurhe, Germany. (cat.)
Self-Identification: St. Petersburg Art, 1970s-1990s, the Sophienholm, Copenhagen, Denmark. (cat.)
1996 Benefit Exhibition, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Layers: Contemporary Collage from St. Petersburg, Russia. Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Maryland. Curated by Alla Efimova. (cat.)
From Gulag to Glasnost. Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union: The Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, The Jane Voorhees Art Museum, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Rutgers, New Jersey. (cat.)
Self-Identification: St. Petersburg Art, 1970s-1990s Kiel City Art Gallery, Kiel, Germany.
Travelled to Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Germany; State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg. (cat.)
On Beauty, Regina Gallery, Moscow. (cat.)
Coçido y Crudo. Centro National Cultural Reina Sofia, Madrid. Curated by Dan Cameron. (cat.)
New Russian Art: Paintings from the Christian Keesee Collection, Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City. (cat.)
Renaissance and Resistence. The Marble Palace, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
The Third World War. The Stroganoff Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
Drawing the Line Against AIDS: 41st Venice Biennale. The Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Venice, Italy.
Travelled to the Guggenheim Musuem in Soho, New York. (cata.)
After Perestroika: Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen. Centre d’Art Contemporain, Montreal. Travelled to Picker Art Gallery, Colgate Univeristy, Hamilton, New York; through 1994 at DePress Art Center and Gallery, Hope College, Holland, Michigan; Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington; the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts; through 1995 at the
Art Museum, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; the Art Gallery of Mount Saint Vincent’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; through 1996 at the Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, Gorgia. Curated by Margarita Tupitsyn. Organized by Independent Curators, Incorporated (ICI). (cat.)
Method. the Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland. (cat.)
The Aesthetic Arsenal: Socialist Realism under Stalin. Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), PSI Museum, New York. Curated by Alana Heiss. (cat.)
The Exquisite Cadaver. The Drawing Center, New York From Chaos to Creation: Soviet and Russian Art, 1972-1992. The Rye Arts Center, Rye, New York. (cat.)
St. Petersburg Alter. Le Manoir del la Ville de Martigny, Martigny, Switzlerland. (cat.)
Art Meets Ads, Dusseldorf Kunsthalle: 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Dusseldorf, Germany. Curated by Jurgen Harten and Michael Schirner. (cat.)
Binationale: Soviet Art Around 1990. Dusseldorf Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Germany. Curated by Jurgen Harten. Travelled to the Israel Museum, Jerusalem; through 1992 at the Central House of Artists, Moscow. (cat.)
The Problem of the Individual Body in the Era of Late Totalitarianism: Recent Art of Leningrad. Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico. Curated by Teresa del Conde and Alla Mitrofanova. (cat.)
The Coldness and the Beauty: New Art from Leningrad. The Helsinki Festival, Gallery Vapauden Aukio (Square of Liberty), Helsinki, Finland. (cat.)
Soviet Contemporary Art: From Thaw to Perestroika. Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan. Curated by Junichi Shioda. (cat.)
Geopolitic. State Museum of Ethnography of the Soviet People, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of Neo-Academism. The Lenin Museum, Leningrad, USSR
New Generation, State Art Museum of Kramskogo, Voronich, USSR
Between Spring and Summer: Soviet Conceptual Art in the Era of Late Communism. Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington. Traveled to the Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA), Boston; and through 1991 at the Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa. Curated by David Ross and Elisabeth Sussman. (cat.)
In the Soviet Union and Beyond. The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Curated by Wim Beeran. (cat.)
Le Territoire de l’Art, Institute des Hautes Etudes en Arts Plastiques, Paris. Travelled to State Russian Museum, Leningrad. (cat.)
The Friends of Mayakovsky Club: Exhibition II, Paul Judelson Arts, New York
The Work of Art in the Age of Perestroika. Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York. Curated by Margarita Tupitsyn. (cat.)
The Green Show, Exit Art, New York. Travelled to the Dunlop Gallery, Regina Public Library, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada. (cat.)
The First North American Exhibition of the Friends of Mayakovsky Club. Paul Judelson Arts, New York
Selected Works from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation. Wright Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles. (cat.)
Red Wave. West Sawtelle Gallery, Los Angeles
From Unofficial Art to Perestroika. Exhibition Pavillion on the Harbour, Leningrad, USSR
Soviet Art from Leningrad. The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK.
Budka: Exhibition of Leningrad and Finland Artists, Grafiart Gallery, Turku, Finland
Four Artists from Leningrad, Kaj Forsblom Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
The New Ones from Leninrad. The Kulterhuset, Stockholm. (cat.)
80 Talents of the Russian Avant-Garde. Art Atrium, Stockholm, Swiden
Forty Years of Leningrad Non-Official Art. Exhibition Hall on the Harbour, Leningrad, USSR
The New Artists. The Culture House, Aarhus, Denmark
Da Da Mayakovsky. Dionysius Gallery, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
The Leningrad Show: 21 Artists from the Fellowship of Experimental Art. Memorial Union Art Gallery, University of California, Davis, CA.
7 Independent Artists from Leninfrad. Young Unknowns Gallery, London
Exhibition in Honour of the 95th Birthday of Mayakovsky. Club NC/VC, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of the New Artists on the Premiere of the Film “ASSA.” Palace of Youth, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of the New Artists: Dedicated to the Closure of the Gallery “ASSA.” Leningrad, USSR
New Year Exhibition. House of Culture of Workers of Art, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of the New Artists. United Museum of Creative Community, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of “Bez Oreoloa.” Gdansk Kantor Sztuki, Gdansk, Poland
The Friendship of Independent Art. Palace of Youth, Leningrad, USSR
Forum “Tvorcesko Molodezi Leningrada” of the New Artists in the Program of the Forum. Palace of Youth, Leningrad, USSR
Art Connection. The ‘New Artists’ in the ‘Days of Art’ Festival, Riga, Latvia
The Friendship of Independent Art. Exhibition Pavillion in the Harbour, Leningrad, USSR
Exhibition of the “New Artists” on the First Celebration of the City. Peter and Paul Fortress, Leningrad, USSR
Sixth Exhibition of the New Artists in the Program of the 17th Youth Exhibition. The House of Artists, Kuzneckij Bridge, Moscow, USSR
Autumn Exhibition of the Friendship of Independent Art. Palace of Youth, Leningrad, USSR
New Forms: The New Artists. Vodocanal Club, Leningrad, USSR
Societ y of Experimental Art Exhibitions. The Palace of Youth, Kirov Palace of Culture, Leningrad, USSR
Fourth and Fifth Exhibitions of the New Artists. Gallery “ASSA,” Leningrad, USSR
Happy New Year Exhibition of the New Artists. The New Theatre, Leningrad, USSR
Society of Experimental Art Exhibitions. The Palace of Youth, Kirov Palace of Culture, Leningrad, USSR
Third Exhibition of the New Artists. Gallery “ASSA,” Leningrad, USSR
Society of Experimental Art Exhibitions. The Palace of Youth, Kirov Palace of Culture, Leningrad, USSR
Second Exhibition of the New Artists. Gallery “ASSA,” Leningrad, USSR
The New Artists. Gallery “ASSA.” Leningrad, USSR
Three Piglets. Founded the weekly radio program in St. Petersburg, until censured by Russian Federal Security Bureau (1999)
Yablanka (Apple). Worked as an advisor to a parliament member of this liberal political party, Russian State Parliament, Moscow
Short Stories Around Russia. Create this program for Vzjliyad (Look), Russian State Television, Russia
Kabinet. Co-founded and edited this biannual journal of science and arts, St. Petersburg. An English anthology published in 1997 by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition, Kabinet
August Pace. Set and Costume Designs. The Merce Cunningham Dance Company. Organized by John Cage and Merce Cunningham. Performances in 1990 and 1993 at the University of California, Berkeley; the City Center, New York; and the Paris Opera
Popular Mechanics. Performances with the Lenignrad-St. Petersburg experimental orchestra. Founded by Sergei Kuyokhin, director and composer (died 1997)
“ASSA.” Played the main role in the landmark film from the new Russian cinema. Directed by Sergei Solovjev. Screened in 1996 Russian Film Festival at Lincoln Center, New York.
Anna Karenina. Set and costume design. Performances by the New Theatre, Leningrad
Turkina, Olesya. “Aperto St. Petersburg,” Flash Art (January – February 2005): pp. 75 – 77
Friedman, Marsh. “Hope Through Dialectic,” AAChronicle, No.1 2005: 43-35 (ill) (Russia)
“Dictionary of Russian Artists: part 2.” Flash Art, vol. 38, no. 245 (Nov-Dec 2005): 68-72.
“Olessia Turkina” AAChronicle, No.6, 2004: 104 (ill.) (Russia)
Fronz, Hans-Dieter. “HA KYPOPT! Russische Kunst heute.” Kunstforum International, no. 171 (July-Sug 2004): 370-2.
Turkina, Olesya. “Sergei Bugaev Afrika’s Stalker-3. Culture, war and Technology,” Mare Articum, Issue 1 (December 2003)
Heartney, Eleanor. “America, Real and Imagined: The Whitney Museum of American Art reaches outside its normal purview to see how the U.S. is viewed abroad” Art in America (September 2003)
Shteyngart, Gary. “The Whole World is Watching: So Enough about the U.S. What Does the Rest of the Planet Think of the U.S.” New York Times (Sunday, July 13, 2003) Art/Architecture, 26 (Illus)
Cunningham, Bill “Evening Hours: Candle Power” New York Times (Sunday, July 6, 2003)
Leffingwell, Edward. Review. Art in America (April 2003): 133-134 .
“Vanity Fair Celebrates 300 Years of St. Petersburg” Vanity Fair (April 2003).
Levi-Strauss, David. “Sergei Bugaev.” Artforum, vol. 41, no. 6 (February 2003): 140-1.
Garrett, Craig. Review (“Stalker 3”). Flash Art, vol. 36, no. 228 (January-February 2003): 110.
Smith, Roberta. Review. New York Times, January 10, 2003
Kolodzei, Natalia. Review. Iskusstova magazine (January-February 2003) (Russia)
Zajc, Melita. “Discussion between Peter Weibel and Sergei Bugaev Afrika.”
TV RTV SLO (Slovenia Public Service), January 2002
D’Arcy, David. “National Pubic Radio: All Things Considered. Profile:
‘Stalker 3’ incites debate over what qualifies as art,” National Public Radio, January 2, 2003
Morell, Parick M. Film-Interview by Patrick Morell, Visual Arts Production International, November 1-2, 2003.
Kiuru, Martti. “Bender, Lennon ja Freud.” Taide (Finland), no. 3 (2003): 30-3.
Jana, Reena. “The American Effect.” ARTnews, vol. 102, no. 8 (Sept 2003): 132.
Vicente, Mercedes. “The American Effect.” Lapiz (Spain), vol. 22, no. 196 (Oct 2003): 81.
Romurzin, Vasilii. “Grats – kul turnaya stolitsa Evropy [Graz – the cultural capital of Europe].” Moscow Art Magazine, no. 48-49, 2003: 74-6.
Wong, Sherry. “Sherrying Miami (People),” www.artnet.com, December 11, 2002
Rudick, Nicole. “Bloc Therapy: Sergei Bugaev Afrika,” http://bbs.thing,net, November 27, 2002
Levin, Kim. “Art: The Short List,” The Village Voice, November 20-26, 2002
D’Arcy, David. “Snuff movie or art-as journalism? The installation by the Russian artist Sergei Bugaev contains video footage of brutal killings filmed live in Chechnya,” The Art Newspaper.com, November 22, 2002
“Talk Back: Charlie Found an Artist he likes,,” www.artforum.com, November 8-11, 2002
Finch, Charlie. “Heart of Darkness,” www.artnet.com, November 6, 2002
Salecl, Renata. “Art and Catastrophe,” Flash Art (July – September 2002): 63-64 (ill.)
Finch, Chalie. “Prelude to 9/11,” www.artnet.com, August 2, 2002
Tupitsyn, Victor. “Pushimi-pullyu: St Petersburg and Moscow.” Third Text (U.K.), no. 58 (March 2002): 31-9.
Andreeva, Ekaterina. “Sentyabr’ v Kopengagene [September in Copenhagen].” Novyi Mr Iskusstva, pt. 5 (2002): 47.
Varoli, John. “Romanov Style at Peasant Prices,” New York Times, August 9, 2001: F1, F3
La Biennial de Valencia, Spain: press office. Reviews, 2001
Kulik, Irina. “What is the art we buy?” Art Chronika (Russia), no. 2 (2001): 46-51.
Khlobystin, Andrei. “Agitatsiya za nezavisimost’ [Propaganda for independence].” Novyi Mir Iskusstva, pt. 1 (2001): 35-8.
“Gallery Focus,” Arconoticias (No.18, September 2000): 72-73
Nahas, Dominique. Review. dart International (Fall 2000): 35
Parker, Lauren. “Shock Value,” Smock (Premier Issue, July 2000): 84-91
Schwarzman, Carol. Review. New Art Examiner (June 2000): 40
Ebony, David. “David Ebony’s Top Ten,” artnet.com, March 31, 2000
Johnson, Ken. “Weekend: Last Chance”, New York Times, March 10, 2000
Johnson, Ken. Review. New York Times, February 18, 2000
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, February 16-22, 2000
“Critics’ Picks,” Time Out New York, February 3-10, 2000
Trainor, James. Review. NY Arts (February 2000)
Romurzin, Vasilii. “Conversation with Olesya Turkina and Viktor Mazin.” Moscow Art Magazine, no. 32 (2000): 52-4.
Raiskin, Maxim. “Eastern Europe after the Berlin Wall: photography and video art.” Moscow Art Magazine, no. 26-7 (2000): 83-4.
Elliot, David. “Hole Truth” from “Sink or Swim: 48th Venice Biennale,” Artforum (September 1999): 150-151 (illustration)
Vetrocq, Marcia E. “The Venice Biennale: Reformed, Renewed, Redeemed.” Art in America (September 1999): 83-93
Williams, Eliza (Ed.). “Art Showcase,” Zoo (Issue 3, October 1999): 166-167 (Britain)
Robinson, Walter. “Hi Mom, I’m in Venice,” artnet.com/magazine/reviews, June 10, 1999
Vettese, Angela. “Salpando per mari aperti,” Domenica, July 13, 1999: 39 (Italy)
Interview. Austrian State Television, Venice Biennale, June 1999
The 48th Venice Biennial, Italy: Press Office. Reviews, 1999-2000
Ward, Anna. “Buon senso: good sense.” Artlink (Australia), vol. 19, no. 3 (Sept. 1999): 12-13.
Tamarenko, Nikolai. “Nashe! Afrika!!!.” Novyi Mir Iskusstva, pt. 4 (1999): 46.
Hulb, Michael. “La Biennale.” Kunstforum International, no. 147 (Sept-Nov 1999): 60-149.
Mazin, Viktor. “A stroll through the Venice Biennale, 1999.” Moscow Art Magazine, no. 25 (1999): 69-75.
de Barros, Manuela. “The 48th Venice Biennale: a concise guide to contemporary art.” Espace (Canada), no. 49 (Autumn 1999): 30-2.
Manera, Manfredi. “The Biennale.” Burlington Magazine, vol. 141, no. 1158 (Sept 1999): 572-4.
“Venice Biennale 1999: guide and catalogue raisonne.” Arte (Italy), no. 312 (Aug 1999): 5-127.
Little, Carl. “Sergei Bugaev (Afrika) at I-20,” Art in America (April 1998): 115-116
Khidekel, Regina. Sergei Bugaev (Afrika) at I-20,” ARTnews, April 1998: 183.
Turkina, Olesya and Viktor Mazin. “Man bites dog.” Siski (Finland), vol. 13, no. 2 (Summer 1998): 88-9.
Khidekel, Regina. Review. ARTnews (January 1997): 125
Zajc, Melita. “Bakterije Imajo Spomin: Sergej Bugaev Afrika.” Mladina,
May 1997: 34-39. (Slovenia)
Turkina, Olesya and Viktor Mazin. “The semiotic space man.” Siski (Finland), vol. 12, no. 1 (Spring 1997): 14.
Mazin, Victor, and Olesya Turkina. “Identity Outside Itself: The psyche of St. Petersburg’s contemporary art.” Siksi: The Nordic Arts Review, Summer 1996: 64-67 (Helsinki)
Kivirinta, Marja-Terttu. “Taiteilijat laakareina ja potiliana,” Helsingin Sanomat, October 20, 1996 (Finland)
Linnala, Erkki. “Eskapismia murroksen edessa,” Satakunnan Kansa, September 9, 1996: 18 (Finland)
Kormano, Riitta. “Parantava unohdus ja tervehdyttava muisti,” Tucun Sanomat, September 29, 1996 (Finland)
Pacheco, Patrick. “A man with a mission: Christian Keesee.” Art and Antiques, vol. 19, no. 3 (March 1996): 78-9.
Mazin, Viktor and Olesya Turkina. ‘The leader of the pack.” Siski (Finland), vol. 11, no. 4 (Winter 1996): 14-15.
Mazin, Viktor (ed.). Kabinet: and anthology. St. Petersburg: Inapress, 1996.
Metzger, Rainer. “Sergej Bugaev Afrika.” Kunstforum International, August – October 1995: 396-397 (Germany)
Horny, Henriette. “Normale Helden nehmen einen Umweg: Der St.
Petersburger Jungstar Sergej Bugaev Afrika stet in der Ausstellunshalle des Museums fur angewandte Kunst aus.” Kurier, March 15, 1995 (Vienna)
Horny, Henriette. “Helden einmal anders: Der St. Petersburger Kunstler
Sergei Bugaev Afrika zeigt krimania in der Ausstellung-halle des MAK.” Die Buhne, April 1995 (Austria)
Zarzer, Brigitte. “Russische (Pop) Ikonen – oder?” Volksstimme, March 16, 1995 (Vienna)
“Im Schnellzug nach nirgendwo. Sozialismus trifft auf American Dreams Sergej Bugaev Afrika im MAK.” Der Standard, March 13, 1995:15 (Vienna)
Borchhardt-Birbaumer, Briggite. “Ein russischer `Schuler’ Warhols,” Wiener Zeitung, March 25, 1995 (Vienna)
Wegner, Heike. “Afrika: Ikonen, Monumente, Mazakaka.” Vernissage, March 1995: 12-16 (Austria)
Wegner, Heike. “Aphasie als Freund des Menschen: Afrika im Wiener Museum fur angewandte Kunst.” Neue Bildende Kunst, March 1995 (Berlin)
“Das Ideal der Szene heisst Apoll [The ideal of the scene is called Apollo].” ART: das Kunstmagazin, no. 3 (March 1995): 16-29.
Chattioadhyay, Collette. “Stenciled Reality: Photography in the work of Afrika.”
College Art Association Art Journal, 53 (Summer 1994): 70-7
Lebovici, E. Review. Liberation, March 10, 1994 (France)
Rappeneau, Constance.”Un Artist Contemporain de St. Petersbourg: Afrika.”
Review. Arte Magazine, April, 1994. (France)
Tupitsyn, Margarita. “Against the camera, for the photographic archive.” Art Journal, vol. 53, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 58-62.
Gilson, Nancy. “Art out of Afrika: Russian’s works combine incongruouselements of U.S., Soviet culture.” Columbus Dispatch, April 9, 1993
Kohen, Helen L., “Out of Afrika: Gutsy Soviet artist melds two worlds.”
Miami Herald, February 14, 1993: 4I.
Turkina, Olesya. “A letter from St. Petersburg.” Siski, no. 3 (1993): 21-4.
Rosler, Martha and Margarita Tupitsyn. After perestroika: kitchenmaids or stateswomen. New York: Independent Curators Inc., 1993.
Boime, Albert. “Perestroika and the destabilization of the Soviet monuments.” Ars (Slovak Republic), no. 2-3 (1993): 211-26.
Isaak, Jo Anna. Review. Art in America, November 1992: 132-133.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: Afrika.” The Village Voice, May 12, 1992
Wilson, William. “Out of Afrika Comes Russian Empathy.” Los Angeles Times, January 17, 1992.
Evans, Lynn. “Afrika Refuses to Conform.” Montgomery Advertiser, Sunday Edition, November 29, 1992 (Alabama)
Mazin, Victor. “Afrikaniana (a study of Afrika’s art),” Kabinet No.1, 1992 (St. Petersburg)
Lind, Maria. “Att utmana det hopplösa [Challenging the hopelessness].” Konstperspektiv (Sweden), no. 1 (1992): 26-9.
Andreeva, Ekaterina. “Prizrak nesvershennoi doli [The ghost of a future that never came].” Dekorativnoe Iskusstvo (Russia), no. 7-8 (1992): 41-9.
Strauss, David Levi. Review. Artforum (September 1991): 139-140
Strauss, David Levi. Review. Artforum (September 1991): 139-140
Tallman, Susan. Review. Art in America, November 1991: 147, 153
Bonetti, David. “Afrika at Southern Exposure.” San Francisco Examiner, March 22, 1991
Mahoney, Robert. Review. Arts Magazine, October 1991: 95-96
Rapko, John. “Cultural Renewal: Afrika at Southern Exposure Gallery.” Artweek, April 18, 1991: 22 (California)
Solomon, Andrew. The Irony Tower: Soviet Artists in a Time of Glasnost. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991.
Contemporary art from Leningrad: four elements. Vantaa, Finland: Cultural Affairs, 1991.
Kimmelman, Michael. “Political Art Comes of Age in the U.S.S.R.” New York Times, August 19, 1990
Kostelanetz, Richard. “Soviet Art Then and Today.” The Journal of Art (December 1990): 14
Khlobystin, Andrei and Alla Mitrafanova. “An Attempt at Culturological
Speculation of the Theme of the Artistic Mentality of Leningrad.” From “Leningrad: Paradoxes of Isolation.” New Observations, Issue 79 (October 1990): 16-19.
Tupitsyn, Margarita and Viktor Tupitsyn. “Timur and Afrika: Leningrad, Nomes, Necrorealism and the disadvantages of going west.” Flash Art (Italy), no. 151 (March-April 1990): 122-3.
Perl, Jed. “Comedy of styles.” New Criterion, September 1989: 65-68
Dannatt, Adrian. Review. Flash Art (May-June 1989): 121-122.
Bobrinskaya, Ekaterina and N. Gur’yanova. “Prostranstvo ‘Novykh khudozhnikov’ [The space created by the ‘New Artists’].” Iskusstvo, no. 8 (1989): 38-40.
Trofimenkov, Mikhail. “Novye khudozhniki [The New Artists].” Iskusstvo, no. 10 (1988): 24-5.
Caley, Shaun. “To Russia with Love.” Flash Art International (November-December 1987): 86-88.
SELECTED INTERVIEWS AND PUBLISHED WRITINGS
Donnelly, Arlene. “Naked World,” an HBO documentary on Spencer Tunick. The Tribeca Film Festival, 2003; and HBO Original Programming, 2003.
D’Arcy, David. “National Pubic Radio: All Things Considered. Profile:
‘Stalker 3’ incites debate over what qualifies as art,” National Public Radio, January 2, 2003
Morell, Patrick M. Film Interview with Sergei Bugaev Afrika. Patrick Morell, Director-Cinematography, Visual Arts Production International. email@example.com. November 2-3, 2003
Interview. Austrian State Television, Venice Biennale, June 1999
“Vorkuta.” With Victor Samokhalov, Vladimir Kulikov, Sergei Anufriev.
from Strangers in the Arctic: ‘Ultima Thule’ and Modernity. Copenhagen, Denmark: The Roundtower, 1996.
Kulisch, Alexander. “Afrikanetz.” OM (May 1996): cover, 12-17 (Russia)
“Sergei Bugaev Afrika in Vienna.” Austrian State Television 2, March 19, 1995
“Interview mit Sergej Bugaev – Afrika.” Profil, March 13, 1995 (Vienna)
“Interview with Afrika,” Russian State Television, March 1995
Kronsteiner, Olga. “Individualismus ist Trainingssache: Der `post-kommunistische’ Kunstler Sergej Bugajew Afrika im MAK in Wien.” Dei Welt, April 27, 1995 (Hamburg)
“Semiotic Starvation.” Kabinet 10, 1995: 107-111 (St. Petersburg)
“Ethics and Ethnology of an Artist.” From Krimania: Ikons, Monuments, Mazafaka. Stuttgart, Germany: Cantz; and Vienna, Austria: MAK-Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, 1995: 61-71. Reprinted from Kabinet 7,1994: 11-26 (St. Petersburg)
“The Reflection of the Rebus and Stochastic Oscillations.” With Victor Mazin. From Afrika: Rebus: Moscow: Avant-Garde and Paul Judelson Arts, 1994: 17-26.
Lenfant, Marylene. “Sergei Bugaev, alias Afrika.” Journal de Saint Denis, No.135, April 13-19, l994. (La Plaine St. Denis, Paris)
Stanwick, Susan. “The Arts in Russia.” National Public Radio, October 22, 1993
“Within the Spheres of Interimagery.” With Victor Mazin. From Afrika: Rebus. Moscow: Avant-Garde and Paul Judelson Arts, 1994: 5-15. Reprinted from Kabinet 3, 1993 (St. Petersburg)
Geisel, Deborah. “Afrika in America.” Raw Independent documentary footage, produced by Deborah Geisel. Seattle, Washington. 1990-1992.
Hassett, Jody. “Interview with Afrika at the Queens Museum of Art.” CNN (The Week in Review), March 11, 1992
“An Essay on Siberia.” With Victor Mazin. Kabinet 2, 1992 (St. Petersburg)
“House Music.” With Victor Mazin and Oleissa Turkina. Kabinet, Supplement 1, 1992 (St. Petersburg)
Farnsworth, Ben. Interview. NBC News, New York, December 29, 1991 Ross, David, Elizabeth Sussman, Margarita Tupitsyn and Victor Tupitsyn.
“Timur & Afrika: Leningrad, Nomes, Necrorealism and the Disadvantages of Going West.” Flash Art, 151 (March-April 1990): 122-125
D’Arcy, David. “Interview with Afrika on Merce Cunningham’s ‘August Pace.’” National Public Radio, Morning Edition, March 22, 1990
“Donaldestruction.” With Sergei Anufriev. From Donaldestruction. New York: Paul Judelson Arts, 1990
“Afrika’s America: A young Russian artist maps the U.S. scene in a letter home.” Arts & Antiques (Summer 1989): Cover, 55-62
Solomon, Andrew. The Irony Tower: Soviet Artists in a Time of Glasnost. New York: Alfred E. Knopf, 1991: 60-61, 64-66, 132-134, 137-138, 187, 198, 201-212, 260, 280 -283, 293,
Reuter, Jule. Gegen Kunst in Leningrad: Zeitgenossiche Bilder aus der inneren Emigration. Munich: Kinkhardt & Biermann, 1990
Tupitsyn, Margarita. Margins of Soviet Art: Soviet Art to the Present, Milan: Giancarlo Politi Editore, 1989: 130-132, 136
GENERAL ARTICLES: 1986-1998
Goff, Robert. “From gulag to gallery,” Forbes, March 23, 1998: 196-187
Figaro Japon, No.126, 1998: 71 (Japan)
Tobak, Vikki. “U.S.S.Art: Russian underground art icon Afrika.” Paper (October 1997): 26
Dolenena, Kera. “The Pendulum of Afrika Moves to St. Petersburg.” Komersant, May 24, 1996 (Russia)
Tanninen, S.J. “Sairauskertomus,” Ilkka, October 16, 1996 (Finland)
Kulisch, Alexander. “Afrika.” Om Magazine (March 1996): cover story (Russia)
Perts. “Morphology of an Image.” World Design (January 1996): 38-41 (St. Petersburg)
Hulsman, Jaap. “De Rus moet verder zonder idolen.” de Volkstrant, August 31, 1996 (Holland)
Stadler, Clarissa. “Genie aus dem Brachland.” Prinz (March 1995): 105 (Austria)
Frey, Lilith. “Afrika und seine neuen sowjetischen Helden.” Blick, March 18, 1995 (Zurich)
Frohmann, Gunther. “Lenin auf der Abschussrampe,” Salzburger Nachrichten, March 18, 1995 (Salzburg)
“Krimania: Ikonen, Monumente, Mazafaka.” Sim’s Ausstellungen, April 1995 (Guntramsdorf, Austria)
Karg. “…das ist alles nur geklaut,” Die Presse, March 10, 1995 (Vienna)
Kathimerini, August 2, 1995 (Athens)
Raftl, Ro. “Na sdarowje, Afrika!” Kurier, March 16, 1995: 22 (Vienna)
Reinighaus, Alexandra. “Lenin trifft Donald Duck.” Art, June 1995 (Hamburg)
Rennhofer, Maria. “Jenseits von Afrika.” Parnass, June 1995 (Vienna)
Sotriffer, Kristian. “Wie das Vergangene die Gegenwart ruiniert.” Die Presse, March 20, 1995: 17 (Vienna)
Trenkler, Thomas. “Russische Rumpelkammer: Sergei Bugaev Afrika – Ausstellung in Wien.” Neue Zurcher Zeitung, April 7, 1995 (Zurich)
Troster, Christian. “Report aus der Kunst-Metropole St. Petersburg: Kunstler suchen nach schonheit.” Art, March 1995: 28-29 (Germany)
Temin, Christine, “Young Pioneers of the City’s Current Theme.” Arts Section, Boston Globe, October 16, 1994
Noble, Jeremy, “Black Afrika Bugaev.” St. Petersburg Press, November 1994 (Russia)
“Reportages: Espace Montjoie et St. Petersbourg.” France 3 Television, October 1994 (France)
Katsuba, Valera, “The New Culture.” from Insight Guides: Russia, (Anna Benn, editor). APA Publications: Singapore, 1994: 130-132
Mazin, Victor and Oleissa Turkina. Morpho-Aesthetical Fields of Evolution: An Artist and a Scientist from St. Petersburg. Helskinki: Muu Ry Gallery, 1994
Smelnov, B. “Portait Gallery of St. Petersburg Artists.” Kabinet No.6, 1994 (St. Petersburg)
Solomon, Andrew. “Young Russia’s Defiant Decadence.” New York Times Magazine, July 18, 1993: 21-23
Mazin, Victor. “A Letter from St. Petersburg.” Siksi: The Nordic Arts Reviee, March 1993: 21-24 (Helsinki)
Gylden, Outi. “Nykytaide etsii paikkaansa Neuvostoliiton raunioilla.” Keski-Uusimaa, November 26, 1993. (Finland)
Linnala, Erkki. “Suuri murros peittyy merkkien hamaraan.” Satakunnan Kansa, October 17, 1993: 12 (Finland)
Anufriev, Sergei. “On the Problems of psycho-sexual orientation in the Leningrad art scene.” Kabinet No.6, 1993 (St. Petersburg)
GENERAL ARTICLES: 1986-1998
D’Arcy, David. “A Statue of Limitations.” Los Angeles Times, April 7, 1992: FI, F4
Cole, Brett. “The First – and Last – Communist: V.I. Lenin Rests Temporarily in a Chelsea Warehouse.” The Westsider, January 9-15, 1992 (New York)
Hartman, Steve, “Life Around Here.” ABC Eyewitness News, New York, April 18, 1992
Judelson, Paul. Interview. “All Things Considered.” National Public Radio, Washington, February 4, 11 1992
Judelson, Paul. Interview. BBC World Service, January 1, 1992
Stanwick, Susan. “All Things Considered: Four Ton Lenin Statue.” National Public Radio, February 11, 1992
Sullivan, Meg. “Lenin left out of Exhibit.” Los Angeles Daily News, January 13, 1992: L.A.Life, 22-23
Special Issue: Public Art. “Lenin in Limbo.” Sculpture Magazine, (May-June, 1992)
Bell, Bill. “Citybeat: A Statue of Limitations,” New York Daily News, January 13, 1992
“Newsmakers: Low Art.” Newsweek Magazine, January 13, 1992: 39
“Our Times: A Monthly Report on the State of the Culture.” Life Magazine, March 1992: 26
“Personalien,” Der Spiegel (January 13, 1992): 194 (Germany)
Judelson, Paul. Interview. CBS Sunday Night News, December 29, 1991
Judelson, Paul. Interview with Norma Quarles. CNN Headline News, CNN International, December 30, 1991
Judelson, Paul. Interview with Dr. Nancy Snyderman. Good Morning America (ABC), December 31, 1991
Drehle, David Von. “In New York, Life with Lenin: Four-Ton Statue Poses Problems for its New American Owner.” Washington Post, December 30, 1991: DI, D3
Bode, Ursula. “Gewalttatig, monumental, ironisch, pathetisch.” Suddeutsche Zeitung, May 24, 1991 (Munich)
Cienfuegos, Roberto, “Mexico Necesita Inventar Neuvos Lectores.” Excelsior, September 24, 1991: 2. (Mexico City)
Corteggiani, Bernard. “Joyeux mutants de Petersbourg.” Liberation, October 21, 1991 (France)
Hasset, Jody. “A new shade of red on the canvas?” Europ, April 1991
Mac Masters, Merry. “Jovenes artistas de Leningrado.” El Nacional, September 19, 1991: 13. (Mexico City)
Meister, Helga. “Kunst verkundet den Kehraus.” Dusseldorfer Nachrichten, April 12, 1991. And Westdeutsche Zeitung, April 12, 1991 (Germany)
Muller, Bertram. “Vom Turmbauzum Mullhaufen.” Rheinische Post und Krefelder Stadtpost, April 16, 1991 (Germany)
Wallach, Amei. “Designs on Dance: Leningrad Artist Afrika is creating the look for Merce Cunningham’s season.” New York Newsday, March 11, 1990
Ament, Delores Tarzan. “Conceptual art from a Soviet named Afrika.” Seattle Times, June 16, 1990: BI, B8
Greco, Stephen. “Merce Cunningham’s August Pace premieres, with designs by Afrika.” 7 Days, (March 8, 1990): 37
Kisselgoff, Anna, “Merce Cunningham Asks Questions in a Premiere.” New York Times, March 15, 1990.
Macaulay, Alastair. “Cunning Merce.” Vanity Fair, (March 1990): 53
Duk, Wierd. “Sovjethunst: Een Vergeten avant-garde.” Vrij Nederland, 38 (September 22, 1990): 51-55 (Holland)
Hackett, Regina, “Soviet exhibit finds truth through beauty and farce.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, June 15, 1990: 9
Tupitsyn, Margarita and Victor. “Six Months in Moscow.” Flash Art no. 148 (October 1989): 114
Mitchell, Deborah. “Art From Behind the Shower Curtain.” 7 Days (March 17, 1989): 82
“Nuori Avantgarde: Turku-Leningrad.” Budka, September 17, 1989 (Turku, Finland)
Harvey, Charlotte Bruce. “Ah, Glasnost!” Brown Alumni Monthly, (December 1989): 33-35.
“Perestroika in the Avant Garde.” Look Alive, January 1989 (Liverpool)
Taylor, Robin. “Leningrad Art to show at Sawtelle Gallery.” Los Angeles Times, March 18, 1989: V, 6
Benson, Michael R. “Uncivil Engineering.” Interview Magazine, (December 1988): 182-195.
Vocher, D. and R. Zavernaev. “Anti-Theatre.” Bomb Magazine, (November 18, 1986): 72, 78, 80, 84
Mir: Made in the XX Century. Text by Oleysa Turkina. New York: I-20 Gallery, 2000 (English)
Mir: Made in the XX Century. Text by Oleyssa Turkina and Victor Mazin. Venice, Italy: Russian Federation Pavilion, 48th Venice Biennale, 1999 (English)
Rebus II: Works on Copper. Text by Dan Cameron, Oleyssa Turkina and Victor Mazin. New York: I-20 Gallery, 1997 (English)
Doctor and Patient: Memory and Amnesia. Text by Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger, Afrika, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Victor Mazin, Olessia Turkina and Felix Guattari. Pori, Finland: Pori Art Museum, 1996 (Finnish, French, English)
The Evolution of Image: Light, Sound and Material. Text by Olessia Turkina, Mika Hannula, Victor Mazin and Afrika. St. Petersburg, Russia: The Soros Foundation for Contemporary Arts and State Russian Museum, 1996 (English, Russian)
Sergei Bugaev Afrika. Krimania: Icons, Monuments, Mazafaka. Text by Peter Noever, Afrika, Victor Mazin, Olessia Turkina, and Mikhail Ryklin. Stuttgart, Germany: Cantz & Vienna, Austria: MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, 1995. (German, English, Russian, 278 pgs)
Rebus. Text by Dan Cameron, Afrika, Victor Mazin and Olessia Turkina. Moscow, Russia: Avant-Garde Press and Paul Judelson Arts, 1994 (English, Russian, 120 pgs)
Afrika. Text by Selma Holo, Louis Grachos, Dan Cameron, Victor Tupitsyn and Mykhail Ryklin. Los Angeles, USA: Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, 1992 (English, 76 pgs)
Donaldestruction. Text by Afrika, Sergei Anufriev and Rebecca Quaytman. New York, USA: Paul Judelson Arts, 1990. (English, 32 pgs)
1st Valencia Biennial. Text by Luigi Settembrini, Fernando Castro Florez, Achille Bonita Oliva, Luis Maria Anson, M. Vazquez Montalban, Manuel Vicent and David Perez. Valencia, Spain. Generalitat Valenciana, 2001 La Biennale di Venezia: 48e Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte, APERTO Over ALL. Text by Constantin Bokhorov, Olessia Turkina and Joseph Backstein. Venice, Italy. La Biennale di Venezia, 1999
Kabinet: SMA Cahiers. Text by Geurt Imanse, Timur Novikov, Giorgy Gurianov, Yegor Ostrov, Olessia Turkina, Yevgeny Ufet, Andrei Khlobystin, Sergei Anufriev and Sergei Bugaev (Afrika). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1997
Kabinet: An Anthology. Text by Sergei Bugaev (Afrika), Victor Mazin, Olessia Turkina, Victor Samakhvalov, Irena Kuksenaite, Timur Novikov, Johan Widen, VladislavMamyshev, Sergei Anufriev, Igor Veritchev, Victor Tupitsyn, Gennady Bionislavksy, Mrs. Maciunas, Emmanuel Levinas, Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger, Sergei Kuryokhin, Vladimir Tamrazov, Alexadra Kaurova, Vitaly Yegorov, and the Rev. Chalmondeley Thompson. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1997
Strangers in the Arctic: ‘Ultima Thule” and Modernity. Text by Sergei Bugaev (Afrika), Markku Valkonen, Kirsten Hastup, Sheila Hicks, Pirjo Varjola, Juha Pentikainen, Lars Levi Leastadius, Hans Rudolf Reust, Michael Glasmeier, Victor Mazin, Valentina Semyatshina, Lassi Heininen, D.I. Berman, Yrjo Haila. Copenhagen, Denmark: The Rundetarn, 1996.
Metaphern des Entrucktseins: The Actual Scene in St. Petersburg. Text by Andreas Vowinckel, Ekaterina Andreeva, Kathrin Becker, Victor Mazin and Oleyssa Turkina. Karlsruhe, Germany: Badischer Kunstverein, 1996
Self-identification: The Art of St. Petersburg, 1970 to Today. Text by Joseph Brodsky. Copenhagen, Denmark: The Sophienholm, 1996
Self-Identification: St. Petersburg Art, 1970s-1990s. Text by Andrei Khlobystin, Kathrin Becker, Victor Mazin and Oleyssa Turkina. Kiel, Germany: City Gallery, 1994
Cocido y Crudo: Materials and Cultural Transformation. Text by Jerry Saltz, Dan Cameron, Jean Fischer, Gerardo Mosquera and Mar VIlaspaesa. Madrid, Spain: Centro Cultural Nacional Reina Sofia, 1995
Layers: Contemporary Collage from St. Petersburg, Russia. Text by Alla Efimova, Jo Anna Isaak, Victor Mazin and Oleissa Turkina. Baltimore, USA: University of Maryland, 1995
New Russian Art: Paintings from the Christian Keesee Collection. Text by Donald Kuspit, Andrew Solomon, Jon Burris, Christian Keesee. Los Angeles, USA: Curatorial Assistants, Inc, 1994
Drawing the Line Against AIDS. Text by John Cheim, Diego Cortez, Carmen Gimenez, and Klaus Kertess. New York, USA: The American Foundation for AIDS Research, and Art against AIDS Venezia, 45th Venice Biennale and the Guggenheim Museum Soho, 1993
Art Meets Ads. Text by Jurgen Harten and Michael Schirner. Dusseldorf, Germany: Dusseldorf Kunsthalle, 1993
After Perestroika: Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen. Text by Margarita Tuptisyn and Martha Rosler. New York, USA: Independent Curators, Inc. 1993
Method: Four Artists from St. Petersburg. Text by Oleissa Turkina and Victor Mazin. Pori, Finland: Pori Art Museum, 1993
The Claude and Nina Gruen Collection of Contemporary Russian Art. Text by Claude Gruen, Nina Gruen, and Alexander Borovsky. San Francisco, USA: Joyce Printing, 1993
St. Petersbourg Alter. Text by Jean-Pierre Brossard, Ewa Berard, Olessia Turkina and Victor Mazin. Martigny, Switzerland: Editions d’en Haut SA, 1993
Between Spring and Summer. Soviet Conceptual Art in the Era of Late Communism, Text by David Ross, Elizabeth Sussman, Margarita Tupit-syn, Victor Tupitsyn, Joseph Bakshtein, Ilya Kabakov and Mykhail Ryklin. Tacoma and Boston, USA: Tacoma Art Museum and Institute of Contemporary Art, 1991
Soviet Contemporary Art: From Thaw to Perestroika. Text by Junichi Shioda and Andrei Efofeev. Tokyo, Japan: Setagaya Art Museum, 1991
Chill and Beauty: New Art of Leningrad. Text by Liro Auterinen, Oleissa Turkina and Victor Mazin. Helsinki, Finland: Galerie Vapauden Aukio (Square of Liberty), The Helsinki Festival, 1991
Binationale: Sowjetische Kunst um 1990. Text by Jurgen Harten, Boris Groys, Andrei Khlobystin and Alla Mitrofanova. Dusseldorf, Germany: Dusseldorf Kunsthalle, 1991
Jovenes Artistas de Leningrado: El Problema del Cuerpo Individual Al Fin de la Era del Totalitarismo Tardio. Text by Teresa Del Conde, Alla Mitrofanova, Lois Nesbitt, Olesa Turkina and Victor Mazin. Mexico City, Mexico: Museo de Arte Moderno, 1991
Nevski Prospekt Underground. Text by Patricia Solini. Nantes, France: CRDC, Les Allumees, 1991
In the USSR and Beyond. Text by Wim Beeren, Alexander Borovsky and Marteen Bertheux. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Stedelijk Museum, 1990
Le Territorie de l’Art. Text by Vladimir Goussiev, Pontus Hulten, and Serge Fauchereau. St. Petersburg, Russia: State Russian Museum, 1990
The Work of Art in the Age of Perestroika. Text by Margarita Tupitsyn. New York, USA: Phyllis Kind Gallery, 1990
The Green Show. Text by Margarita Tupitsyn. New York, USA: Exit Art, 1989
Selected Works from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Text by Frederick Wiesman and Nora Halpern. Los Angeles, USA:
Wright Art Gallery, University of California, 1989
De Nya Fran Leningrad.. Text by Michael Trofimenkov, Fredrik Vogel, Bjorn Lyrvall and Meka Tillberg. Stockholm, Sweden: Kulterhuset, 1988