Margarita Gluzberg (b. 1968, Moscow) lives and works in London. Studied at Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford University and Royal College of Art. Gluzberg is Senior Tutor in Contemporary Visual Production, Fine Art, Royal Academy Schools, London. She was a Wingate Scholar at the British School in Rome. Select solo exhibitions include For Children Not For Children, Filet Space, London (2018); Black Friday, 4COSE, London (2015); Consumystic, Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam (2012); Avenue des Gobelins, Paradise Row, London (2011); Captive Bird Society (Dublin Edition), Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin (2009); Phonographicon, Zonca&Zonca, Milan (2008); and The Money Plot, Paradise Row, London (2008). Select group exhibitions include Double Take, Drawing Room and Photographer's Gallery, London (2016); House For Hanging, WestminsterWaste.Biz, London (2015); I’M Ten, IMT Gallery, London (2015); Paper Vernacular, Cutlog Contemporary Art Fair, New York (2013); Flights of Fancy, Babylon Cinema Mitte, Berlin, and Jerwood Drawing prize, touring exhibition (2013); and Il Faut Être Absolument Moderne, Paradise Row, Istanbul (2009). Her works are held in public and private collections including David Teiger, New York; UBS, London; Simmons & Simmons, London; Lodevans Collection, London; Royal College of Art, London; The Essel Collection, Vienna; and Jana Peel, London.
Last updated: 24.01.2019