Last Riot










First part of The Liminal Space Trilogy

1-channel (22′30″) and 3-channel (19′ 25″) video installations, 10 video stills, 26 digital collages, 6 digital drawings, 4 sculptures (aluminum cast, white enamel)






3-channel Stills




Last Riot is a reflection on the exponential growth of virtuality at the end of the twentieth and beginning of the twenty-first centuries, on the disassociation between real violence and its representation in media, and on humanity’s perpetual drive toward total destruction, always thwarted by its near-comical inability to achieve it. Last Riot depicts a world of endless strife and conflict, its young, androgynous inhabitants having shed their identities in a fight against both the self and the Other. As in a video game, the protagonists of Last Riot are unable to die while everything else is destroyed around them—there is no longer any history, ideology, or ethics, only the all-consuming Riot.


Last Riot consists of a video installation in 3- and single-channel versions, as well as a series of 26 digital collages in various formats and scale: 4 panoramas that form a single ultra-wide image, 16 tondos, and 6 landscape tableaux reminiscent of history painting. The project later came to include a series of stills from the video as pigment prints, as well as a group of life-sized sculptural compositions in aluminum finished with white car paint (modeling by Alexey Shpakovsky). Taking visual cues in equal parts from Caravaggio, Deyneka, Calvin Klein, and America’s Army, among other sources, the video installation is also accompanied by a soundscape consisting of fragments from Wagner’s Die Walküre and Götterdämmerung, the sound of Japanese Gaku drums, and samples from a track by Osaka Bondage, an experimental 1990s French band. This video installation also marked the first time that the artists used their now-signature technique of algorithmic animation (or morphing) of photographs to render the haunting, alienated movements of their subjects.


The Last Riot project began in 2005 as a thematic successor to Action Half-Life, with digital collages depicting a bloodless battle royale among young adults, adolescents, and children set in a hellish virtual landscape spanning from a desert beach to a snow-capped volcano, populated by scattered structures and machinery from disparate time periods. The project first consisted of just two panoramic pigment prints that were shown at Invasion, a special project of the First Moscow Biennale in 2005, and at ARS 06. Sense of the Real at the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki in 2006. Then they were completely reworked and became part of a single ultra-wide digital collage consisting of four individual panoramas, exhibited at the 10th Istanbul Biennial in 2007. From 2005 to 2007, a total of 26 prints of different sizes and formats were created under the title Last Riot 2, analogous to the reversed sequential logic of Action Half-Life and George Lucas’s Star Wars, which served as the original inspiration for the former. The prints of Last Riot 2 were followed by a video installation, Last Riot, which premiered at the Russian Pavilion of the 2007 Venice Biennale, completing the first part of The Liminal Space Trilogy, and subsequently appearing in the group’s 2007 retrospective in St. Petersburg and the survey exhibition of the Trilogy at Moscow’s Central Exhibition Hall “Manege” and the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin in 2012. Since its premiere, Last Riot has been shown in various configurations at numerous museums and festivals around the world, including Tate Britain (2007), the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (2008), the Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei (2009), the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo (2010), the FotoFest in Houston, Texas (2012), the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul (2013), the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow (2014), the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York (2015), the Haus der Elektronischen Künste in Basel, Switzerland (2017), the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art in Australia (2018), and others.


Solo Exhibitions (and as part of Liminal Space Trilogy)


“AES+F: TRILOGY PLUS”, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels Belgium.



“AES+F. THE LIMINAL SPACE TRILOGY”, Musée des Beaux-Arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.


“AES+F. THE FEAST OF TRIMALCHIO” in frames of exhibition project “HAPPY END?”, Tennis Palace Museum, Helsinki, Finland.

“AES+F. THE TRILOGY”, featuring artists of Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel Aviv, Israel.

“THE LIMINAL SPACE TRILOGY”, project room on Fresh Paint Art Fair, Tel Aviv, Israel.

“AES+F. THE LIMINAL SPACE TRILOGY”, Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

“AES+F. TRILOGY. FINAL CUT”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia.


“AES+F. THE TRILOGY”, Kicik Qalart Gallery, Baku, Azerbaijan.

“AES+F. THE TRILOGY”, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany.

“AES+F. THE TRILOGY”, Central Exhibition Hall Manege, Moscow, Russia.


“AES+F: THE REVOLUTION STARTS NOW”. University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia.


“AES+F”, Danube Festival, Stadtsaal, Krems, Austria.

“AESTHETICS OF VIOLENCE. AES+F Group: video”, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel.


“AES+F. LAST RIOT”, Ruzicska Gallery, Max Gandolf Library, Salzburg, Austria.

“AES+F”, RS & A Gallery, London, UK.

“AES+F”, Marco Noire Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy.

“AES+F”, Arario Beijing Gallery (#1), Beijing, PR China.

“LAST RIOT”, Gallery 3, Kulturhuset (The Cultural Center of Stockholm), Sweden.

“AES+F: LAST RIOT”, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia.

“LAST RIOT, AES+F”, Adelaide Art Festival 2008, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design, Adelaide, Australia.

“LAST RIOT: AES+F”, New Zealand International Arts Festival 08, City Gallery Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

“AES+F. IL PARADISO VERDE...”. MACRO Future (Ex-Mattatoi), Rome, Italy.


“AES. AES+F”, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.

“AES+F”, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston (TX), USA.

“LAST RIOT”, Project Room, Marco Noire Contemporary Art, FIAC – Grand Palais, Paris, France

“AES+F. LAST RIOT 2”, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, USA.

“AES+F. LAST RIOT”, Pharos CCA, Nikosia, Cyprus.

“LAST RIOT”, Marco Noire Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy

“AES+F. LE VERT PARADIS...”, Passage De Retz, Paris, France.

“AES+F”, Art Statements Gallery, Hong Kong.

“AES. AES+F. SELECTED WORKS”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow.

“AES+F. LAST RIOT 2”, The Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, UK.

“AES. AES+F”, The State Russian Museum (Marble Palace), St.-Petersburg, Russia.


“AES+F”, the presentation on EFAH conference, City Hall, Helsinki, Finland.

“AES+F. LAST RIOT 2”, Salvador Diaz Gallery, Madrid, Spain.

“AES+F. LAST REBELLION (LAST RIOT 2)”, Moscow Photobiennale 2006, Moscow House of Photography, Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”. Moscow, Russia.


Group Exhibitions


“SCREEN PLAY: LIFE IN AN ANIMATED WORLD”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (NY), USA.

“AES+F”, Triumph Gallery at SCOPE Basel art fair, Basel, Switzerland.

“BONS BAISERS DE RUSSIE”, Galerie de l'Exil (and Galerie Albert Benamou - Véronique Maxé), Paris, France.

“NORDART 2015”, Nord Art Festival, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany.

“GENDER IN ART”, MOCAK, Krakow, Poland.



“CREATIVE ZONE – “BAROQUE”: VISUAL AND HYBRID ART”, ArtCult & Gera Museum, Vrsac, Serbia.

“THE ROAD TO ELYSIUM”, Heist Gallery, London, UK.

“NORDART 2014”, Country focus 2014: Russian Pavilion, Kunstwerk Carlshütte, Büdelsdorf, Germany.

“GLASS +A”, Vitraria Glass +A Museum, Venice, Italy.

“RUSSIA” at 23rd International Ceramic Biennial “Contemporary Art and Ceramic”, Vallauris, France

“NUIT DES IMAGES 2014”, Musée de l'Élysée, Lausanne, Switzerland.

“PAINTING/VIDEO (ЖИ/ВИ)”, Solyanka VPA, Moscow, Russia

“DETECTIVE”, a parallel project of Moscow Youth Biennale, in Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.


“TRANSITION”, Art Statements Gallery, Hong Kong.


“RECONSTRUCTION 2”, Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Garage CCC, XL Projects, Moscow, Russia.

“TILT!” Kunst Raum Riehen, Riehen/Basel, Switzerland.


“RECONSTRUCTION”, Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Garage CCC, XL Projects, Moscow, Russia.

“MONUMENTAL!”, Art Statements Gallery, Hong Kong.

“SOPROMAT”, Artplay Design Center, Moscow, Russia

“GLASSTRESS”, Institute of Sciences, Literature and Arts, Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, program of collateral events of 55th Biennale of Venice Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy.

“SILK MAP”, Padiglione Venezia at 55th Biennale of Venice Art Exhibition, Giardini, Venice, Italy.

“AES+F. THE FEAST OF TRIMALCHIO”, Bavarian Academy of Fine Arts, in frames of “Kino der Kunst” art video film festival & exhibition, Munich, Germany.

“MEDITERRANIEN BIENNALE 2013”, Sachnin, Israel.

“MISE-EN-SCENE”, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul. South Korea.

“NOTHING TO DECLARE? – WORLD MAPS OF ART SINCE 89”, Academy of Arts, Berlin, Germany.


“KANDINSKY PRIZE 2012”, “Udarnik” Cinema Theater, Moscow, Russia.


“A WAKE: STILL LIVES AND MOVING IMAGES” Momentum Worldwide, Dumbo Art Center, New York, United States.

“”, RH Gallery, New York, United States.

“ABOUT CARAVAGGIO”, Scuderie Aldobrandini in Frascati, Rome, Italy.

“HISTORY IS MINE!” (“L’Histoire est à moi!”), 22nd edition of “du Printemps de Septembre-à Toulouse”, Toulouse, France.

“MUSEUM. THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S VIEW”, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (GMII), Moscow, Russia.

“ARSENALE 2012” The 1st Kiev Biennale, Mistetsky Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine.

“SERGEY KURYOKHIN ART AWARD”, Sergey Kuryokhin Modern Art Center, St-Petersburg, Russia.

“THE CARPET IS THE MESSAGE”, Gridchin Hall, Krasnogorsk district, Moscow Region, Russia.

“THE SOUND OPTIC”, NCCA and “Gallery” Exhibition Center, Izhevsk, Russia.

“MEGACOOL 4.0” – Jugend und Kunst, Kunsthaus, Vienna, Austria.

“CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN PHOTOGRAPHY”, “Perestroyka, Liberalization and Experimentation” the mid/late 1980s-2010s, FotoFest Biennale 2012, Spring St. Studios, Houston TX, United States.

“MOVING IMAGE CONTEMPORARY VIDEO ART FAIR 2012”, Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne, Sydney), Waterfront NY Tunnel, New York, United States.

“PERFORMING FOR THE CAMERA”, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona, United States.

“ART WYNWOOD ART FAIR”, Juan Ruiz Gallery, Miami, United States.

“ARCO”, Triumph Gallery (Moscow), Madrid, Spain.


“ART MIAMI 2011”, Juan Ruiz Gallery, Miami, United States.

“BEHOLDER”, Talbot Rice Gallery, The University of Edinburgh – Old College, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

“A WAKE: STILL LIVES AND MOVING IMAGES” Momentum / Kunstlerhaus Betanien, Berlin, Germany

“ARTHOUSE SQUAT FORUM”, a special project of 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Art house “Arthouse”, Moscow, Russia.


“inSPIRACJE”. International Festival of Visual Arts, Szczecin, Poland.

“COMMERCIAL BREAK”, Garage Projects, POST magazine, Digital mobile display, Venice, Italy.

“FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE”, City of Pietrasanta, Foundation for visual Arts, Palazzo Panichi, Complex Sant Agostino, Italy.

“RUSSIAN ART”, SEM-ART Gallery, Monte-Carlo, Monaco.

“HEROINES”, Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain.

“SCOPE NEW YORK Art Fair”, Juan Ruiz Gallery, New York, United States.

“ARMORY SHOW 2011”, Anna Schwartz Gallery (Melbourne, Sydney), Pier 94, New York, United States.

MONA (Museum of Old and New Art). Hobard, Tasmania, Australia.

VIP ART FAIR. Anna Schwartz Gallery (Sydney-Melbourne), New York, USA.


“PUBLIC DISCOURSE SPHERE”, LOOP Gallery, Seoul, South Korea.

“THE HISTORY OF RUSSIAN VIDEO ART. VOLUME 3”, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.

“TRANSFORMATION”, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Japan.

“CHRONIQUES RUSSES”, Le Théâtre de la Photographie et de l’Image Charles Nègre, Nice, France (curated by Agnes de Gouvion Saint-Cur).

“INTER-COOL 3.0: JUGEND BILD MEDIEN”. Hartware Medien Kunst Verein im Dortmunder U (Center for Art and Creativity), Dortmund, Germany.

“БОЛЬШОЙ”, Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, USA.

“CONTREPOINT”, L’art contemporain russe de l’icone à l’avant-garde en passant par le musée. Musée du Louvre, Louvre médiéval, Paris, France.

“ST. MORITZ ART MASTERS 2010”, St. Moritz, Switzerland.


“DORM”, The Model, Слиго, Ирландия.


“ATOPIA. CONTEMPORARY ART AND CITY”. Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), Barcelona, Spain.

“EXPERIMENTA. ART FOR THE 21ST CENTURY”, Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia.


“ARTISSIMA 16”, Lingotto Fierre, Marco Noire CA, Turin, Italy.

“VIDENIE”, “Europe” Trading Center, NCCA Yekaterinburg, Russia.

ASIAN ART BIENNIAL, Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan.

“FEEDFORWARD: Angel of History”, Laboral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijon, Asturia – Spain.

“WAR & ART – HORROR AND SIMULACRUM OF BEAUTY”, Galerie Aube, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto, Japan.

“VIDENIE”, PERMM, Perm, Russia.

TOKYO PHOTO 2009, Art Statements Gallery (Hong Kong), Tokyo, Japan.

“3RD PHOTOFESTIVAL Mannheim-Ludwigshafen-Heidelberg”, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany.

“INDIA ART SUMMIT”, Video Lounge and booth of Arario Beijing Gallery, Pragati Maidan (ITPO), New Delhi, India.

“ANTICIPATION”, Claire Oliver, New York.

“DIGITAL ART LA EXPO”, L.A. Center for Digital Art, Rowan Building Downtown, Los Angeles, USA.

ART DUBAI, Triumph Gallery, Madinat Jumeirah Complex Dubai, OAE

“HANDCRAFT”, Gallery Proun, Moscow, Russia.

“BORN IN USSR”, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, Germany.

“INTRAMOENIA / EXTRA ART”, Castelli di Puglia, Castello di Barletta, Puglia, Italy.

“HISTORY OF RUSSIAN VIDEO ART: VOLIME 2”, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.

“LES FRONTIÈRES INVISIBLES”, Tri Postal, lille3000 “Europe XXL”, Lille, France.


“STARNIGHT”, Haus der Kunst, DLD conference, Munich, Germany.

“21 RUSSIA”, Pinchuk Art Center, Kiev, Ukraine.

“DEAD MOROZ LIVE”, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia.


“MOSCOW ON THE MOVE”, Garage Projects, Digital display on the MosEnergo building, Moscow, Russia.

“IN TRANSITION RUSSIA 2008”, NCCA Moscow, Russia.

“VIDEO ZONE 4”, The 4th International Video Art Biennial in Israel, CCA Rachel & Israel Pollak Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.

“RUSSISCHES ROULETTE”, NKV Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden, Germany.

“MOCKBA! CONTEMPORARY ART FROM RUSSIA”, Gallery Volker Diehl, Berlin, Germany.

“LUCCADIGITALPHOTO FEST”, Palazzo Guinigi, Lucca, Italy.

“RADICALE ALLTÄGLICHKEIT”, Culture Exchange Center Burgasse 21, Vienna, Austria.

“MOVING TOWARDS A BALANCED EARTH: KICK THE CARBON HABIT”, UNEP & Natural World Museum (San Francisco, CA, USA), Museum of New Zealand / Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand

“NEO FUTURE”, les Abattoirs, Toulouse, France.

“ART MOSCOW”, Triumph Gallery, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia.


“THE FUTURE DEPENDS ON YOU. NEW RULES”, Pierre-Christian Brochet Art Collection (Moscow), The Arsenyev Primorsky Joint State museum, Vladivostok // The Krasnoyarsk museum center (Krasnoyarsk cultural and historical museum complex), Krasnoyarsk // The Far East Art museum, Khabarovsk // Tolmachevo airport, Novosibirsk // Sverdlovsk Regional museum of Local History, Yekaterinburg // The Samara Regional Art museum, Samara // The Kovalenko Krasnodar krai Art museum, Krasnodar // The Kaliningrad branch of The National Centre for Contemporary Arts (NCCA), The Kronprinz Tower, Kaliningrad, Russia

“YOUNG IDENTITIES – GLOBAL YOUTH”, European Media Art Festival, Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabrueck, Germany.

“ART CHICAGO 2008” Art Fair, Claire Oliver Gallery (New York), Chicago, USA.

“RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY ART”, Sotheby’s Auction House, New York, USA.

“ART BRUSSELS 2008” Art Fair, Salvador Diaz Gallery (Madrid), Ruzicska Gallery (Salzburg), Brussels, Belgium.

“PULSE” Art Fair, Hans Knoll Wien Gallery, New York, USA.

“CIGE 2008/China International Gallery Exposition 2008”, Nan Xin Cang International Tower, Beijing, PR China.

“ARCO 2008”, Ifema – Parque Ferial Juan Carlos I, Salvador Diaz Galeria (Madrid), Marco Noire Contemporary Art (Turin), Madrid, Spain.

“KANDINSKY PRIZE”, exhibition of short list nominees, Riga, Latvia.

“AN INVISIBLE”, Proun Gallery, CCA “Winzavod”, Moscow, Russia.

“RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY ART”, Sotheby’s Auction House, New Bond Street, London, UK.

“THAW”, M&J Guelman Gallery, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, USA.

“RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY ART”, Sotheby’s Auction House, Moscow Exhibition Center “Neglinnaya”, Moscow, Russia.

“DEPLETION”, Doron Sebbag Art Collection, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.


“RÜCKBLENDE. DIE FOTOSAMLUNG DER NEUEN GALERIE GRAZ”, Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria.

“NATURE TO ADVANTAGE DRESSED”, “Late At Tate” program, Tate Britain, London, UK.

“ART MIAMI 2007”, Juan Ruiz Galeria (Maracaibo), Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL, USA.

“PHOTO MIAMI”, Claire Oliver Gallery (NY), Wynwood Art District, Miami, FL, USA.

“ANNI SETTANTA”, curated by Francesca Alfano Miglietti, Triennale di Milano, Milano, Italy

“LAST RIOT”, Video Lounge – Artissima, curated by Cecilia Alemani, Turin, Italy

ARTISSIMA, Marco Noire Contemporary Art, Turin, Italy

“KANDINSKY PRIZE”, exhibition of short list nominees, CCA “Winzavod”, Moscow, Russia.

“KIAF 2007”, Charlotte Moser Gallery (Geneva), Seoul, South Korea.

FIAC, M&J Guelman Gallery (Moscow), Grand Palace, Paris, France.

“SHANGHAI CONTEMPORARY 2007” Art Fair, Charlotte Moser Gallery (Geneva), Shanghai, PR China.

“KRIEG DER KNÖPFE” – eine Ausstellung über Kinder und die Welt des Krieges, Landesgalerie am Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria.

“MOSCOW – SPUTNIK. Modern Art from Russia - seven contemporary formations from the history of Moscow art”, Hilger Contemporary, Vienna, Austria.

“NEW COMPANY – NOUVEAUX PORTRAITS DE GROUPE”, Gallery Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg.

“NEW ANGELARIUM” Art project, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.

“NOT ONLY POSSIBLE, BUT ALSO NECESSARY: OPTIMISM IN THE AGE OF GLOBAL WAR”, 10st Istanbul Biennale, curated by Hou Hanru, Istanbul, Turkey.

“Gothenburg Biennale”, Roda Sten, Gothenburg, Sweden.

“ART BASEL”, Marco Noire Contemporary Art (Turin), Basel, Switzerland.

“CLICK, I HOPE”, 52nd Venice Biennale of contemporary art, Russian Pavilion, Jardini, Venice, Italy.

“MUTATIONS I”, Museum Carlo Bilotti, Rome, Italy

“HEROES! LIKE US?” PAN / Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, Naples, Italy.

“MUTATIONS I”, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow House of Photography, Moscow, Russia.

“BITMAP 2007”, Alternative Space Loop, Seoul, South Korea.

“ART BRUSSELS”, Brussels Expo, Charlotte Moser Galerie (Geneva), Brussels, Belgium.

“A BRAVE NEW WORLD”, Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen, The Netherlands.

“KNAPPERNES KRIG - BØRN OG KRIGENS VERDEN/ WAR OF BUTTONS”, Aarhus Kunstbygning - Center for Contemporary Art, Aarhus, Denmark.

“MARAT'S CHOICE”, A special project of 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, M. Guelman Gallery, M. Guelman Foundation for Contemporary Art, State Central Museum of Modern History of Russia, Moscow, Russia.

“ARTIST’S DIARY”, a special project of 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Central House of Artist, M. Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

“ART FIRST”, Marco Noire Contemporary Art (Turin), Bologna, Italy.

“ARCO 2007”, Ifema – Parque Ferial Juan Carlos I, Salvador Diaz Galeria (Madrid), Marco Noire Contemporary Art (Turin), Madrid, Spain.

“GATEKEEPERS. Russian Art Scene In The Flow Of Information”, Knoll Galerie Wien, Vienna, Austria.

“OTTEPEL (THAW)” (IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD), State Russian Museum and M.Guelman Gallery, St.-Petersburg, Russia.

“ART MIAMI 2007”, Convention Center Miami Beach, Juan Ruiz Galeria (Maracaibo), Miami Beach, USA


“GAMESCAPES. Videogame Landscapes and Cities in the Works of Five International Artists”, Civic Gallery, Monza, Italy.

“KRIEG DER KNOEPFE - KINDER UND DIE WELT DES KRIEGES”, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany.

“MUTATIONS 1”, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin Germany.

“MUTATIONS 1”, MEP - Maison Européene de la Photographie, Paris, France.

“MUTATIONS 1”, Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain, Luxembourg.

“TO RELEASE EMOTIONS. MYTHS. SYMBOLS. SYSTEMS” in framework of the project Poles – Russians – mutual relations, Old City Hall, Gdansk, Poland.

"THE CULTURE OF FEARS", The Federkiel Foundation, Cotton Spinning Mill, Halle 14, Leipzig, Germany.

FOTOFEST 2006 - The Earth / Artists Responding to Violence,