Alissa Volchkova is a Franco-Russian artist working between Paris and London. After several years of experience in architecture, she changed the scale of her projects to produce objects. Her work explores the industrial processes of production in a poetic way, revealing their uniqueness, and developing the potential of different materials, with a particular attraction for ceramics and glass. 

 
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Education

 

2014  - 2016

MA Ceramics and Glass, Royal College of Art

2009 - 2010   

MA Interior and Spatial Design, Chelsea College of Art

2005 – 2008   

BA Interior Architecture and Product Design, Ecole Camondo

2003 – 2004 

Foundation courses, graphic design, ESAG Penninghen

 

 

Exhibitions

 

    22 - 25 February 2018, 

COLLECT art fair, represented by the Crafts Council and Cynthia Corbett, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK  

    December 2017

The Beautiful Unperfect - Wedgwood Series acquired by the Temple Newsam - Leeds Museums & Galleries, UK

     3 - 5 November 2017

Operae design fair, Turin, Italy

      9 - 13 Semptember 2017

Now! Le Off, design week, Paris, France

      24th June - 1st July

Materialia exhibition, Swing Design Gallery, Benevento, Italy

       5 - 8 May 2017

Morphosis exhibition, Schloss Hollenegg for Design, Austria

        4 - 9 April 2017

Ventura Lambrate - Composed exhibition, Milan, Italy

          2 - 6 February 2017

COLLECT art fair, represented by the Crafts Council and Cynthia Corbett, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK 

           2 - 8 October 2016

Young Masters exhibition, Royal Opera Arcade gallery, London, UK

            22 - 25 September 2016

London Design Fair - Collaboration with Form & Seek designers, UK

            May 2016

Private show curated by Sarah Griffin, as part of the London Craft week, UK

                February 2016

The Emerging and The Established, Christie’s South Kensington, London, UK

                April 2015

               Ceramic Art London, UK