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Olga Sazykina

  • artist
  • curator
  • teacher

Artist, curator, teacher.

Olga Sazykina's work is the result of the convergence of modern and traditional media: painting, graphics, glass, video, objects and installations. The key material in the creation of her works is paper, which the artist usually makes herself. Paper, in all its forms, is for the artist not only a sculptural and material, but also a conceptual basis for her works, where the text logically continues the plastic. The artist works with the theme of communication and includes texts in many of her works.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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June 10, 1955

Born in Moscow (USSR, today the Russian Federation).

She studied at the children's art studio of Sergei Katkov in Minsk.


A student of the Belarusian State Theater and Art Institute (today the Belarusian State Academy of Arts), the department of artistic ceramics and glass under Taras Porozhnyak.

Since 1978

Debuts as a participant of exhibitions.

Since 1984

Membership in the decorative art section of the Union of Artists of the BSSR .

Since 1987

Freelance artist and organizer of exhibition projects.

Since 2000

Lecturer at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts and the European Humanities University.

Since 2001

Membership in the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paperartists (IAPMA).

Since 2002

Membership in the Belarusian Union of Designers .


The works are in the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus, the Museum of Contemporary Fine Arts (Minsk), the National Historical Museum of the Republic of Belarus, the funds of the Belarusian Union of Artists, the exhibition association "Central House of Artists" (Moscow), the Museum of Ceramics (Kuskovo, Russia), the Museum of Applied Arts (Moscow), the Museum of the History of Glass (Kening, USA), the Zimmerli Art Museum (New Brunswick, USA) and in private collections in Belarus and abroad.

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  • belarusian avangard
  • communication / dialogue
  • glass
  • language & literature
  • minsk
  • paper / cardboard