Tate Modern Tour

Tour: Natalia Goncharova in Russian

Natalia Goncharova, ‘Linen’ 1913
Natalia Goncharova, Linen 1913. Tate. © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2019

Join curator Natalia Sidlina for a Russian-language tour of the exhibition

This tour is a chance to find out about the fascinating life and works of Natalia Goncharova, from her trailblazing work as a Russian avant-garde to her notable works in Paris with the Ballets Russes.


Natalia Sidlina lives and works in London. She has a BA in Museum Studies (State University of Humanities), an MA in Contemporary Art History (Sorbonne University) and a PhD in Art History (State Institute of Art Research). She specialised in Russian émigré art and from 2005 has worked in the Russian and British museum sectors. Her exhibition projects include: Russian Constructivism Reconstructed, a permanent exhibition at the State Tretyakov Galley, Moscow 2006; Naum Gabo – Prototypes for Sculptures, Tate Britain 2010; and Cosmonauts: birth of the space age, Science Museum, London 2015.

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Date & Time

29 July 2019 at 18.30–20.00