All images are available at FotoDepartament Gallery in editions:
Russian Interior project: available at 30х30 cm, edition 10+2 AP / €350 and 50х50 cm, edition 5 + 2 AP / €700
Summer Olympics project: available at 30х30 cm, edition 10+2 AP / €400; 50х50 cm, edition 7+2 AP / €700 and 90х90 cm, edition 3 + 2 AP / €1000
Mzensk project: available at 30х30 cm, edition 10+2 AP / €400, 60х60 cm, edition 7+2 AP / €700 and 90х90 cm, edition 3 + 2 AP / €1000
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The artist’s prints archive is available in person in FotoDepartament Gallery or by firstname.lastname@example.org
Was born in 1983 in St. Petesrburg and is currently based in Moscow, Russia.
In 2009 Tsayder graduated from Faculty of Photojournalism of St. Petersburg Journalist Union. The same year she became a participant of photojournalism and art photography workshops by Objective Reality foundation. In 2010 Anastasia Tsayder was selected for NOOR-Nikon masterclass in documentary photography in Saint Petersburg.
In 2011 Tsayder was selected to participate in Moscow International Portfolio Review held by Garage Center for Contemporary Culture together with Houston’s PhotoFest Biennial of Photography. In 2012 she was among the winners of Silver Camera Award in Moscow. Her personal projects and portfolio were published in printed and online magazines, such as: The Guardian, Prime Russian Magazine, Iskusstvo, Calvert, HERE, Lensculture.
Faculty of Photojournalism of St. Petersburg Journalist Union, 2007-2009
Russians Interiors, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia, 2014
Mzensk, Gallery Fotodepartment, St.-Petersburg, Russia, 2013
Rencontres d’Arles slide programme, with Mzensk project, Arles, France, 2014
Where does the Homeland begin?, with a series of portraits, Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia, 2014
Moskovia. Research (in cooperation with Triumph gallery), with May Holidays project, Museum of Decorative Arts, Moscow, Russia, 2014
Zine-station, Meglinskaya Gallery, Moscow, Russia, 2012
Silver Camera Award exhibition, with Moscow Olympics project, Moscow, Russia, 2012
Young Russian photography: Unseen, with Russian Interiors project, FotoDepartmеnt, St.-Petersburg, 2011
Russian Interiors, Moscow, Russia, 2013
Panel. Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, 2014 (compliation)