Anya Harrison

Born in Moscow, Anya Harrison has lived, studied and worked in Washington DC, London, Oxford and Paris. With degrees in English Literature and History of Art, she has previously worked as Project Executive on the book Frozen Dreams: Contemporary Art from Russia and on exhibitions at Moscow's Garage Centere for Contemporary Culture. Currently based in London, she writes on contemporary art and culture for English- and Russian-language publications and works as an independent curator.

Dovlatov: Alexei German Jr brings Russia’s favourite downtrodden literary hero to the screen

Dovlatov: Alexei German Jr brings Russia’s favourite downtrodden literary hero to the screen

Venice Biennale 2017: explore this year’s highlights from artists representing the New East

Venice Biennale 2017: explore this year’s highlights from artists representing the New East

Keep on rolling: why the Romanian New Wave of cinema shows no sign of breaking

Keep on rolling: why the Romanian New Wave of cinema shows no sign of breaking

20 under 40: Russia’s rising generation of young artists

20 under 40: Russia’s rising generation of young artists

Wild youth: Timur Novikov and the 1980s St Petersburg art scene

Wild youth: Timur Novikov and the 1980s St Petersburg art scene

Past future perfect: the dream worlds of artist Pavel Pepperstein

Past future perfect: the dream worlds of artist Pavel Pepperstein