Dagnini
Dagnini is an artist from Saint Petersburg. She lives and works in Moscow. Graduated from Saint-Petersburg State Academy of Theatre Arts and Pro Arte School for Young Artists.
Dagnini is currently represented by Fragment gallery.
She works with dynamic performances, creates objects, installations, paintings and graphics. The main theme of her research is 'glitches' both in digital space and in reality. The breach of the peace and current everyday routine are the necessary condition for her work.

Selected solo shows and performances

2019 - The General Staff Building (Hermitage Museum). Solo performance at 8th Cultural Forum. Performance Veneziarium.
2019 - Gostiny Dvor. Cosmoscow art fair. "Peep show 4.0" performance.
2019 - Fragment Gallery. Drive (D:) solo show.
2018 - 21 Gallery, CCA Winzavod. "Peep show 3.0" performance.
2018 - Auditorium gallery. Works from Windows series.
2016 - <...> "Private performances" - Performative series.
2015 - Nepokorennye gallery. Graphic installation "Crime scene - dear natasha".

Selected group exhibitions

2019 - The Carillon gallery (Texas, USA). "The whole world was not accessible to my gaze" group show. Embroideries, video.
2019 - Street Art Museum. "Rooted to the spot" group show. Installation.
2018 - CCA Winzavod. lll Artmossphere Biennale. Installation.
2018 - "Museum of Material Culture". Performance, installation.
2018 - "CYFEST 11: Weather Forecast" festival. New York Media Centre. Video.
2018 - Public art festival Art prospect Vl. Performance.
2018 - GROUND gallery "Oh zine, you are the world!" exhibition. Performance, canvas, video, zine.
2017 - Luda Gallery "Luda catering" performance at group exhibition.
2017 - Street Art Museum "Brighter days are coming" Installation, mural, video.
2016 - Luda Gallery "BEZMESTIE" Installation, documentation, video.
2016 - ММOMA (Moscow Museum of Modern Art). Deconstruction of performances of the "New blockheads" art group.
2016 - Bezmestie. Moscow, Artplay. Special program of Moscow Biennal for Young Art.2014 - Luda Gallery.


Made on
Tilda