Overview participating exhibitions
To Have and Have Not
In LITTLE ADULTS Anna Skladmann investigates what it must be like to grow up as a priviledged child in Russia – a country where there are enormous social and economic differences, and a whole class of the wealthy and powerful arose from the fall of communism. Skladmann penetrated that world, and like a court painter recorded the children in a way that reflects both the past and future of Russia.
In her work Anna Skladmann (West Germany, b. 1986) records the many faces of post-Soviet Russia. She graduated from Parsons The New School For Design, and is presently pursuing a Masters in photography at Central Saint Martins. Among the periodicals where her work has appeared are Der Spiegel, The New York Times Magazine and The Sunday Times. Her first book, Little Adults, appeared from Kehrer Verlag in 2011.