Elitza Dulguerova

Biography

Elitza Dulguerova lives and works in Paris. She is Assistant Professor in Art History at the Université de Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne. Her research interests are twofold: the social history of art in Russia/URSS, and the study of exhibitions in/as twentieth-century art practices and social artifacts. In 2010, she guest-edited a special issue “Exposer/Displaying” for the scholarly journal Intermedialités and is now finishing a book drawn from her PhD thesis, Usages et utopies: l’exposition dans l’avant-garde russe prérévolutionnaire (Dijon: Les Presses du reel, 2013). Her recent and forthcoming articles include: ‘Un instrument moderne de possibilités’ : sur quelques usages de l’espace d’exposition, 2013; L’art et le paysan : fantasmes, débats, pratiques en Russie/URSS, (forthcoming, 2013); Objectless in Vitebsk: Reflexions on Malevich, Architecture and Representation, Scapegoat: Architecture, Landscape, Political Economy, 2012; Jakov Tugendkhol’d’s ‘In the Iron Dead-end’, 1915, 2011.