Gluklya’s work has been exhibited in Russia and abroad in numerous groups shows as well as solo shows, including Wings of Migrants, Gallery Akinci, Amsterdam (2012); Utopian Unions, MMOMA, Moscow (2013), Reflecting Fashion, MUMOK Vienna , (2013 ), Dump Dreams, Scedhalle Zurich, ( 2013); Debates on Division: When the Private Becomes Public, Manifesta 10, Public Program, St. Petersburg (2014), Hero Mother, Berlin (2016), Universal Hospitality (2016), Vienna; Feminism is Politics, Pratt Institute, NY (2016) as well as Clothes for Demonstration Against False Election of Vladimir Putin, 56th Venice Biennale of Art, All the World’s Futures, curated by Okwui Enwezor (2015). In 2014, Gluklya was the recipient of a fellowship in visual art awarded by The Joseph Brodsky Memorial Fund.
This year, with the support of the Mondrian Fund and TAAK, Gluklya has passionately thrown herself into the infamous prison Bijlmer Bajes, currently a lively cultural hub, to realize her new project Utopian Unemployment Union Amsterdam. The project will include several events during the coming year and will be concluded with a great ‘Carnival of the Oppressed Feelings’.
Gluklya (Natalya Pershina-
View Gluklya's performance of Debates on Division with Anna Bitkina at the 2017 Creative Time Summit here.
|Broersen & Lukács|
|Jaap van den Ende|
|Miguel Angel Rios|