Anastasia Tsayder is a documentary photographer, visual artist and curator based in Moscow. She works with photography, video, archives and installations. Her artistic studies focus on the cultural and visual transformations of the post-Soviet society.
Anastasia graduated from the Faculty of Photojournalism of St. Petersburg Journalist Union (2009). She was a winner of Silver Camera award for the 'Moscow Olympics' project (2013); shortlisted for Кandinski Prize with project 'Mzensk' (2017); finalist of Photo-Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards with group project 'Amplituda' (2017).
She actively collaborates with media (Bloomberg Markets, Financial Times, The Washington Post, Frankfurt Book Fair, Nauman Foundation in Russia, Goethe Institute Russia, and others) and art institutions in Russia and worldwide in different capacities.
In 2018 she co-curated New Landscape exhibition - an overview of contemporary Russian landscape photography within the last 15 years. The critically acclaimed exhibition was presented in multiple museums across Russia, including Yeltsin center (Ekaterinburg) and Ekaterina Foundation (Moscow). It was nominated for the art project of the year at Innovation and Kuryokhin art prizes (2019).