Overall Winner, Arteam Cup 2017

Anna Skoromnaya announced as Overall Winner of the Arteam Cup 2017   The award’s jury, comprising critics, curators and gallery owners, gave the following reasoning for their decision: The Jury has unanimously decided to award First Prize for the Arteam Cup 2017, now in its third year, to Anna Skoromnaya, due to the impressive way


The Others Art Fair 2017

Special Project Solo Show by Anna Skoromnaya Curated by Espoarte Contemporary Art Magazine and the Associazione Culturale Arteam Former Regina Maria Adelaide hospital, Turin 2 – 5 November 2017   The installation Popcorn Machine from the KINDERGARTEN cycle of artworks tackles the topic of the violation of children’s rights, and is dedicated to children used


Arteam Cup 2017

BonelliLAB, Canneto sull’Oglio (Province of Mantua) 28 October – 19 November 2017   The work Cream Hand Mixer # 1 was included in the finalists’ exhibition of the Arteam Cup 2017, curated by Matteo Galbiati and Livia Savorelli.   The Arteam Cup, which was held in Canneto sull’Oglio following its launch at the Officina delle Zattere


“Anna Skoromnaya. Kindergarten”

Exhibition catalogue, Must Gallery, Lugano   Publisher: Vanillaedizioni Date of publication: June 2017 Languages: Italian and English Text: Antonio D’Amico Translations: Ian Mansbridge ISBN: 978-88-6057-370-4 Dimensions: 14.8 x 21 cm Binding: sewn paperback Pages: 48   Anna Skoromnaya, the winner of the Must Gallery Special Prize, awarded in autumn last year as part of the


Bibliography sheet

Anna Skoromnaya Bibliografia 2016 Pietro Zampedroni, L’artista sanremese Anna Skoromnaya protagonista con la sua opera   “Homeward” alla nota “Casa Danzante” di Praga in “www.puntosanremo.it”, 16 gennaio Giulio Gavino, Anna Skoromnaya da Sanremo a Praga in “La Stampa”, 16 gennaio, p. 55 Suhayb Ibn M. Zarroug, Anna Skoromnaya in “Zarrtashlicht.com”, Gennaio 2015 LYNX Art Prize,


Anna Skoromnaya – KINDERGARTEN

Must Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland 5 July – 22 October 2017   Anna Skoromnaya, the winner of the Must Gallery Special Prize, awarded in autumn last year as part of the Arteam Cup 2016, is preparing to present a project in Switzerland bristling with powerful social commentary, which represents a key stage in the artist’s development and