Born 1902, Moscow
Died 1974, Moscow
1918-1924 Studies at the Free State Art Studios/Higher State Art-Technical Studios (Svomas/Vkhutemas) under the instruction of Ilia Mashkov and Alexander Osmerkin.
1924 Begins working as a stage designer for various theaters in Moscow on both classical and contemporary productions.
1925 Begins her own professional exhibitions.
1926 Starts working for the Blue Blouse variety theater where she designs productions such as Vladimir Maiakovksy’s and Osip Brik’s Radio October and M.D. Volpin’s The Queen’s Mistake (1927).
1928 Her work is represented at the exhibition “Moscow Theaters During the Ten Years of October” in Moscow.
1928-1930 Becomes a member of the Moscow Association of Stage Designers.
1929 Designs the production of Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme for the Malyi Theater, Moscow and contributes to the “First Stage Design Exhibition” in Moscow.
1930-1932 Becomes a member of the October group and meets other members including Alexander Rodchenko, Sergei Senkin, and Gustav Klucis.
1930-1933 Works on decorations in the streets and square of Moscow for parades.
1935 Participates in the “Exhibition of Stage Design Art” in Moscow.
1938-1941 Works on design for diverse gymnastic displays and parades.
1940s-1950s Continues stage productions for various theatres.
1950s Paints a series of landscapes.
1964 One-woman show in Moscow.