Tatiana Dmitriyevna Elenok

1930 Born in Marjanskii, Krasnodarskii, Russia
1948 Moved to Moscow, Russia
Member of the Professional-Creative Union of Arts and Graphics of the International Artist’s Federation.
Member of the International Association "World of Culture".

Solo Exhibitions
1973 Museum of Modern Art of the Peoples of the USSR, Suzdal, Russia
1983 VDNH, Elektrificatsiee Pavilion, Moscow
1985 VDNH, Elektrificatsiee Pavilion, Moscow
1991 Simeon Stolpnik Church, Moscow

Group Exhibitions
1974 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1975 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1975 Central House of Art Workers, Moscow
1976 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1977 All-Union Festival of Amateur and Folk Art, Moscow
1977 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1978 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1984 International Exhibition of Naןve Art, Yugoslavia
1985 Exhibition of Russian National Art, Dresden, Germany
1985 VDNH, Elektrificatsiee Pavilion, Moscow
1986 VDNH, Elektrificatsiee Pavilion, Moscow
1986 Museum of Modern Art of the Peoples of the USSR, Suzdal, Russia
1987 VDNH, Elektrificatsiee Pavilion, Moscow
1987 All-Union Festival of Amateur and Folk Art, Moscow
1988 International Festival of Naןve Art, Paris
1989 Asbek Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
1990 Exhibition Hall of Kalininskii District, Moscow
1990 Moscow Fund of Culture, Istoki Firm, VDNH, Sovetskaya Cultura Pavilion, Moscow
1990 Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow
1991 Moscow Fund of Culture, Istoki Firm, VDNH, Sovetskaya Cultura Pavilion, Moscow
1991 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1991 Druzhba Universal Gymnasium, Moscow
1991 The State Museum of Decorative Art and Tsaritsyno Architectural and Park Ensemble, Finvestbank, Sirin Gallery, Moscow
1991 Central House of Art Workers, Moscow
1992 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1993 The Shchusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow
1993 Central Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
1994 Central Artist’s House, Moscow
1994 Russian Association of Africanists, Moscow
1994 International Triennial of Naןve Painting, Bratislava, Slovakia
1994 Gogolevskii Boulevard, Moscow
1995 Gogolevskii Boulevard, Moscow
1995 House of Officers of Moscow Military District, Moscow
1995 Narodnaya Gallery Art Center, Moscow
1995 Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow
1996 Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow
1996 Centre of Business and Cultural Connections, London
1996 Museum of the Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Gora, Moscow
2007 Moscow State Museum of Naןve Art, Moscow
2008 Festnaive ’07, Ulyanovsk, Russia
2008 Festnaive ’07, Ivanovo, Russia

Public Collections
State V.I Lenin Museum, Moscow
The State Museum of Mayakovsky, Moscow
Museum of International Modern Art, Tsaritsyno, Moscow
Musee International d’Art Naif, Vicq, France

Bibliography
“World Encyclopedia of Naןve Art”, Oto Bihalji-Merin, 1984, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

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