Tatiana Badanina



  • Tatiana Badanina was born in 1955 in Nizhniy Tagil in the Ural region of Russia.
  • She studied fine art at the Graphic Art Faculty of Nizhniy Tagil State Teacher's Training College between 1973—1978 and begun participating in art exhibitions in 1978
  • She taught at Nizhniy Tagil State Teacher's Training College between 1978 – 1991 and has participated in domestic and International art exhibitions, creative symposiums and
  • biennalies. She has been living and working in Moscow since 1997
  • Member of the Russian Artists Union since 1989
  • Honorary Member of the Russian Academy of Arts
  • The State Hermitage Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
  • The State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia
  • The State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow, Russia
  • Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
  • The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, USA
  • Deutsche Bank Collection, Berlin, Germany
  • The Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Moscow, Russia
  • Collection of the Ministry of Culture of Russian Federation, Moscow, 


With her husband Vladimir Nasedkin she organized and curated an International Symposium in the Urals (1989), in Nepal (Kathmandu), Tibet (Lhasa, 2000), on Lake – (artists Francisco Infante-Arana and Nonna Goryunova, Alexander Evgenievich Ponomarev, Tishkov, Leonid, Shaburov, Alexander E., Porto, Ivan B., Chernyshev, Aristarchus A., Vladislav Yefimov, Batynkov, Konstantin, Baikal (2001) and in Ferapontovo (2003). As designers Tatiana Badanina and Vladimir Nasedkin worked on a pavilion for the Russian/Ukrainian Consortium AN-70 at an International Avia Show in Germany- ILA in Berlin, 2000; at The Second International Space Show in Kiev, AVIASVIT -XXI. Ukraine, 2000; at The Third China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition. Zhuhai, 2000; they also designed a number of interiors in Moscow and in Kiev.