Born on July 6, 1984, in Moscow. In 2006, graduated from the Department of Art History and Theory of the Faculty of History at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Since 2007, works at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), and since 2012 is head of Research Department of the museum. Is author of New Media Art guide of MMOMA collection (Moscow: Maier Publishing, 2014).
Since 2012, is corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Arts.
His curatorial projects include:
With Anna Arutyunyan:
2013 – Dreams for Those Who Are Awake (the 5th thematic display of MMOMA collection)
2014 – Nikolay Shumakov: Private Affairs of the Architect
2014 – New Element: The Gift of Umar Djabrailov to the Moscow Museum of Modern Art
2014-2015 – cycle of exhibitions Words and Things: Unveiling of a Collection at Mikhail Bulgakov Museum, Moscow
With Dimitri Ozerkov:
2014 – co-curator of The Breaking Point: Russia in the Great War, 1914-1918 at Manege Exhibition Hall, Moscow
With Vasili Tsereteli and Anna Arutyunyan:
2014-2015 – Fortune Museum (the 6th thematic display of MMOMA collection)