Alexandra Falishtynskaya (b. 1987, Cherepovets, Russia) is a Moscow-based textile designer and founder, creative director of the.DOT.home project
. She studied the Decoration course at the British Higher School of Art and Design (2018) and Graphic Design course at the California
Institute of Arts (2017).
Alexandra creates decorative objects at the intersection of art and design: asymmetrical linen rugs, mixed media panels featuring textiles and wood. In collaboration with contemporary artists, she produces limited collections of fabrics, furniture and design pieces.
In 2020, Alexandra Falishtynskaya made the AD magazine's list of the top 100 Russian designers.
Selected shows and projects:
- Richter x the.DOT.home х Alisa Yoffe – Richter Hotel, Moscow, Russia, 2020.
- Invented and Made in Russia – All-Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow, Russia, 2020.
- BATIMAT RUSSIA & GLOBAL DESIGN – Moscow, Russia, 2019.
- Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair – Moscow, Russia, 2018.
- The XI Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art – Florence, Italy, 2017.
- The XI Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art Work Preview – L'Appartement
- Design Space, Moscow, Russia, 2017.
- Sample – group show and auction, Tsvetnoy ARTBasement, Moscow, Russia, 2017.
- Urban Art Nations platform show – Skolkovo Technopark, Moscow, Russia, 2017.
Lives and works in Moscow.
Alexandra Falishtynskaya has begun a project of decorating the residency space with textiles, furniture and design objects at the invitation of the Golubitskoe Art Foundation. In her creative practice, Alexandra researches museum textile and folk crafts collections, familiarises herself with local manufactures and handicraft workshops, studies authentic handmade textile techniques native to the region and their refashioning through modern interior forms, and conducts surveys among decorative and applied arts professionals. As part of her residency at the Golubitskoe Art Foundation, the designer will select and to some extent create items for decorating living and working spaces for future guests of the Foundation and will put together a catalogue featuring the created and
collected interior pieces.