Tatiana Efrussi is an artist and architectural historian, who lives and works in Paris and Moscow.
Previously Efrussi studied video and new media art at the Moscow Rodchenko School of Photography and Multimedia, and is currently pursuing a degree at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In 2014, she commenced work on a doctoral thesis titled Hannes Meyer – A Soviet Architect at the University of Kassel (Germany).
Efrussi is an author of articles on the history of architecture and a member of the art and economic collective, Flying Cooperation.
Selected group shows:
Metageography – 3: Orientalism and Dreams of Robinsons – Zarya CCA, Vladivostok, Russia, 2018.
Escapism. Training Program – Fabrika CCI, Moscow, Russia, 2018.
Birobidzhan. The rtistic research of the Jewish Autonomous Region – Birobidzhan Regional Philharmonic, Russia, 2017.
One Cannot Be Too Careful – TsEKh, Minsk, Belarus, 2017.
Bauhaus in the USSR. Haunted houses (photo-research laboratory organised in partnership with Yuri Palmin) – Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2018.
Who Needs That (a joint initiative with Mariyka Semenenko) – Skolkovo Gallery, Moscow, Russia, 2015.
The Hour Sh – self-organized exhibition, 2014.
Bauhaus in Moscow – VKhUTEMAS Gallery, Moscow, Russia, 2012.