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Annya Sand is a British Artist, originally from Kazakhstan. Annya works in oil. Her work is predominantly abstract, though often inhabited by figures, her paintings never sit within a conceptual framework. Annya has always been heavily inspired by Kazakh art culture.

Career

In 2010 she took the initiative to expose the art of Central Asia to the Western World. In September of the same year, Annya assisted in a superb unique loan exhibition of Kazakh and Russian Art from the Kasteev State Museum of Arts. The exhibition "Treasures of Kazakhstan" was held in Christie's London and featured 75 extraordinary masterpieces of Kazakh and Russian art of the 20th Century. Many of the displayed works never were seen outside Central Asia before.

A major achievement in her art career and highlight is her most recent exhibition was when Annya was selected by the minister of culture of the Kyrgyzstan Republic to exhibit her paintings at the G. Aytievv Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts. She is also currently presenting her work in the National Museum of Kazakhstan(her native country) in the A.Kasteev state Museum of Arts. Annya's work is now proudly displayed alongside some of the great artists of Kazakhstan and Former Soviet States. </div>

Exhibitions

• Art Monaco, 5–8 April 2012

• Affordable Art Fair (exhibiting with Kings Road Gallery & Tanya Baxter Contemporary) 15 – 18 March 2012, Battersea

• 20/21 International Art Fair, 16–19 February 2012

• Supporting The Mayor’s Fund For London changing children’s lives art auction. The Square Mile Masked Ball 2011 at the Royal Courts of Justice on 25 November 2011.

• Tashkent Biennale, 24–30 October 2011, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

• Art London, at Stand 40 / 41 represented by King's Road Gallery

• The Lapada Art & Antiques Fair - Represented by King's Road Gallery, Berkeley Square, London W1J

• Supporting Children at Play, The Royal College of Art, Gulbenkian & Henry Moore Gallery, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU

• Auction at Formula 1 Event in support of Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity at The Natural History Museum, London

• April 2011 - May 2011 - The Chelsea Club, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London SW6 1HS

• Help a Capital Child at The Chelsea Club, in association with Artists & Illustrators Magazine and Saatchi Gallery

• Light & Movement Exhibition, The Chelsea Club and Bicha Gallery, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London SW6 1HS

• The Russian, Eastern & Oriental Fine Art Fair, Park Lane Hotel, Mayfair, London

• G.Aytiev Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts

• A. Kasteev State Museum of Arts, The Republic of Kazakhstan

• Mall Galleries, Federation of British Artists RBA, 7th National Students Art Exhibition, London

• Russian Art Fair London at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower, Sloane Street, Knightsbridge, London.

• Expressions from Kazakhstan at The Chelsea Gallery, 436 Kings Road, London.

• Art London with "Kings Road Gallery" & "Tanya Baxter Contemporary", Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3

• The Chelsea Club, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London SW6 1HS

• Chelsea Art Gallery, 28 Sloane Square, London SW3.

• Gallery 5, 5 Blenheim Crescent, London W11

• Levent Gallery, Mayfair, London W1

• Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1X

• Chelsea Harbour Club, London SW6

Annya Sand Prize

In 2010 the Russian Eastern and Oriental Art Fair held 10–12 June at the Park Lane hotel, Mayfair launches the Eastern Art Prizes to discover the best emerging artists from Russia and Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

The Annya Sand Prizes: Presented to the best artwork created by an artist from both the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (two prizes).

Judging Panel:

The judging panel for the 2010 competition included leading London gallery directors, art press and PR experts. Panel members included Jean-David Malat (Opera Gallery); Anna Hunter (Belgravia Gallery); Tanya Baxter (Kings Roda Gallery); James Buttewick (James Butterwick Fine Art); Sarah Callaghan (Asian Art Newspaper); Cherie Federico (Aesthetica Magazine); Aliona Muchinskaya (Red Square PR); and Samir Ceric (Salon Contemporary).

References

[Biography: http://kingsroadartgallery.com/annya_sand Kings Road Gallery]

Annya Sand Cover For Art London Magazine

Annya Sand Prize

Annya Sand Prize

'Annya Sand - A Personal Interpretation', Art Of England Magazine, April 2011

External links

Dedicated Website: Main Web Site

Interview: Art Critic Andrew Graham-Dixon


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