Tatiana Daniliyants graduated at the Moscow “Vasily Surikov” Academy of Fine Arts in 1994 and at the Higher Courses of Film Directing and Script Writing in Moscow in 2004. She passed master-class of Polish Oscar Laureate, film-director Andzei Waida in Cracow, Poland in 1997. She also received a 3 month residency at Peggy Guggenhaim Collection in Venice in 1995. She is the author of 3 books of poetry: Red noise (OGI Publishing House: Moscow, 2012); Whiteness (OGI Publishing House: Moscow, 2006); and Venetian (“free-poetry” Publishing House, Cheboksari, 2005). Her book Venetian/Venezianita was re-edit and published in Italy by Editoria Universitaria (Venice) in 2007 (translators: prof. Sergio Leone, Olga Strada) and presented during the opening days of Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art at “Aurora” literary café at San Marco Square. Her book Whiteness was re-edited by Ibis Publishing House (translator: Andzej Zanevski) and presented at the “XI World Poetry Day by UNESCO” in 2011 in Warsaw. She is Laureate at the poetry prize “Nosside” (Reggio-Calabria, Italy, 2008, 2011), Laureate at the International Festival of Verse Libre (Moscow, 1993, 1994) and first Laureate at the “Casanova Prize” established by Editoria Universitaria in January 2011 (Venice). She has participated at numerous poetry events and festivals including: the Genoa Poetry Fest (2008), the “Poetry in Metro” Fest, organized by British Council and Institute of Book in Warsaw (2010), the Museums’ Night in Moscow (2010) with her poetry performance “Stop! Shot! ”, the International Moscow Poetry Biennale (2007, 2011), the Lvov International Festival of Poetry (2011, 2012), the Struga Poetry Evenings (2013) and many others. As a poet and translator she has been granted two times as a resident of the International House of Writers and Translators, Ventspils, Latvia (2012, 2013). Her poetry is translated into English, French, Italian, German, Polish, Serbian, Armenian, Macedonian, Bulgarian, etc. and published in deferent international poetry and literature revues. Tatiana Daniliyants lives and works in Moscow (Russia) and Venice (Italy).