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Tatyana Danilyants

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Tatyana Sergeevna Danilyants (Russian: Татья́на Серге́евна Данилья́нц, IPA: [tɐˈtʲjanə sʲɪrˈɡʲejɪvnə dənʲɪˈlʲjants] (About this soundlisten), born 1971) is a Russian film director, photographer and poet.

She is of Armenian descent. She studied in Moscow, then in Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. In 1997 she attended courses by Andrzej Wajda.

Danilyants is an artist, an author of films («U», «Фрески снов», «Сад, который скрыт» and others) and poetic books («Венецианское», 2005; «Белое», 2006). She was awarded by "Nosside" prize (Italy, 2008).

In 2011 she exhibited with her project Anima Russa, consisting of photos and glass sculptures, at the contemporary art gallery Venice Projects, in Venice (Italy) veniceprojects.com

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