Olga Jürgenson graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in St Petersburg, based in the UK since 2002.
Participant in significant group exhibitions globally, including current 56th Venice Biennial, MANIFESTA 10 (2014), Liverpool, Moscow and Ural biennials. Awarded numerous grants and awards from several European foundations, in 2011 was nominated for Kandinsky Prize. Her most recent solo exhibitions were at the State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia (2013) and New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge, UK (2014).
Olga’s works are in state and private collections across the world, including The State Russian Museum, National Centre for Contemporary Art (Russia), Oulu Art Museum (Finland), The University of Cambridge. Olga is co-curator (with Alfredo Cramerotti, director of MOSTYN) of the National Pavilion of Mauritius at the current 56th Venice Biennale.
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