Anna G. Vyazemtseva
Graduated in History of Art in 2007 at the Moscow State Academic Institute of Fine Arts “V. I. Surikov”, received her Ph. D. from Research Institute of Russian Academy of Arts in 2011 for the thesis “The reconstruction of the historical center of Rome in 1920s -1930s and the architecture of rationalism”. In 2008 and 2010 obtained a scholarship from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy for a stage at the Faculty of Architecture of University of Rome “La Sapienza” (tutor Prof. Antonella Greco). In 2015 discussed her Ph.D. thesis in Architecture and Construction at University of Rome “Tor Vergata” entitled “Art and Architecture, economics and politics between Italy and USSR (1910-1940)” (tutor Prof.ssa Claudia Conforti).
At the moment she is in role as senior researcher at the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism in Moscow. From 2006 she is non-staff author at the Great Russian Encyclopedia.
Among research activity, dedicated to the history of Rome, to the reconstruction of cities, to the Avanguard movements and different problems of architectural culture of 1920-1930, she also writes about contemporary architecture for Russian and Italian media.