Yelena Popova

SELECTED REVIEWS AND TEXTS:

 

2017

Art Monthly, review of Seventeen at Centrala Birmingham.

 

This is Tomorrow, review of Seventeen at Centrala Birmingham.

 

 

2015

Apollo International Art Magazine, “First Look: ‘The Decorator and the Thief (...)’” at the NGCA, Sunderland.

 

This is Tomorrow, review of ‘The Decorator and the Thief (...)’ at the NGCA, Sunderland.

 

East Side Projects, review of ‘Display Show’ at Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin.

 

Tique Art Paper, review of ‘Display Show’ at Stroom, Den Haag.

 

 

2014

Apollo International Art Magazine, review of ‘Drying Time’ at Paradise Row, London.

 

The Compass, review of ‘Drying Time’ at Paradise Row, London.

 

 

2013

Time Out, review of ‘Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of the Soviet Union’, at the Saatchi Gallery.

 

Russian Art+Culture, review of ‘Gaiety is the Most Outstanding Feature of Soviet Union’, at the Saatchi Gallery.

 

A-N Reviews, ‘About Face: Yelena Popova & George Hardy’, at the Harley Gallery, Wellbeck.

 

WeAreOCA, ‘Popping over with work: Popova on show’, review of exhibition at the NN Gallery, Northampton.

 

This is Tomorrow, review of ‘Yelena Popova: The Portrait Gallery’, Cole Gallery, London.

 

Left Lion, review of Yelena Popova exhibition at Syson Gallery, Nottingham.

 

 

2012

The Serendipity Project, Interview with Yelena Popova, by Wayne Burrows.

 

Evening Standard, review of ‘A Joyful Archipelago’, exhibition at Sunbury House, London.

 

The Guardian, ‘London's top five art exhibitions to visit’, a review of ‘Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Yelena Popova’, at Chalk Farm, London.

 

Art Rabbit, review of Yelena Popova at Eastside Projects, Birmingham.

 

 

2011

The Independent, ‘Britart's new wave: Who are the successors to Hirst and Emin?’.

 

Creative Nottingham review, ‘Special Event Feature: Yelena Popova at the RCA’, the Royal College of Art, London.

 

 

2010

Nottingham Post, review of Yelena Popova – Unnamed, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham.

 

 

2009

Left Lion, ‘BIG FOR 2010’ Contemporary Art