Galina Bleikh graduated from the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry, Russia (MA).
In 1982-1987 she regularly participated in the non-conformist exhibitions of Leningrad’s Fellowship of Experimental Art (TEII), including one of the first non-conformist exhibitions abroad, 21 Artists from the Fellowship for Experimental Art Exhibition (Route One Gallery, California, USA, 1988).
Since 1993, Galina Bleikh lives in Jerusalem. In 1996, she was awarded the grant of Israeli Ministry of Culture for six months in the International Art Center (Paris).
In 2008, she was awarded the first prize at the art competition (among 18,000 entries), organized by Cellcom company.
Galina Bleikh participated in over 40 solo and group exhibitions in Russia, Israel, USA, France, UK, Germany, and in several international festivals of performance art. Among them, the International Triennale of Contemporary Art (Osaka, Japan, 2001) and two Moscow International biennales of Contemporary Art (2005 and 2007).
In 2009, Galina Bleikh was awarded the diploma "Art of Book – 2009" by Association of Publishers of Russia for her design of book of poetry by A. Altshuler (in Russian).
She is an author of novel Anait (in Russian) which is published by Galina Scripsit Publishing in 2008.
Galina Bleikh and Lilia Chak introduced into international lexicon a new term – Ferror (Female Terror) – a phenomenon of XXI century, acts of terrorism perpetrated by women. The term Ferror was first performed at the sensational cancelled exhibition by Galina Bleikh and Lilia Chak in Tel Aviv Journalists Center Beit Sokolov (2009).
Galina is a member of the UNESCO Association of Artists (Jerusalem branch).
In 2002 she founded her design studio, GalaStudio for art projects and interior design.
Her works belong to the collections of the Museum of Non-Conformist Art (St. Petersburg, Russia), Aushra Museum (Vilnius, Lithuania), and to private collections in over ten countries.
Since 2010, Galina Bleikh works together with Elena Serebryakova. They are a team and creative duo of two artists. Their art projects are based on individual innovative art strategy, which they conventionally call Reincarnation Zero.
2016 – POP AUSRIN. USA (with Elena Serebryakova).
2016 – POP UTOPIA. Solo exhibition, Inner Voice gallery, St.-Petersburg, Russia.(with Elena Serebryakova).
2015 – POP AUSRIN. USA (with Elena Serebryakova).
2014 – The Exhibition of Israeli Artists dedicated to the poet A. Altshuler. Tbilisi Academia of Arts, Georgia. Curators: Marina Shelest, Marina Genkina.
2013 – LA ART SHOW. Gallery G-77, Los-Angeles, USA (with Elena Serebryakova).
– Biowomen, Group Exhibition, Dyagilev Museum of Contemporary Art, St.-Petersburg, Russia.
2012– POP ASIA. Solo Exhibition of Galina Bleikh & Elena Serebryakova. Artco Gallery, Paris, France.
2011 – Art Asia Miami. Gallery G-77, Miami, USA (with Elena Serebryakova).
– Selection Artfair Basel. Gallery G-77, Basel, Switzerland (with Elena Serebryakova).
– Art-Chicago with NEXT. Gallery G-77, Chicago, USA (with Elena Serebryakova).
– Spectrum. Group exhibition. Harmony Center, Jerusalem, Israel.
2010 – Solo Exhibition. Big Gallery, Beit Gabriel on Kinneret, Israel. Curator: Yael Nitzan.
– Group Exhibition. Cultural Center (Heichal Tarbut), Rishon Le-Tzion, Israel. Curator: Yael Nitzan.
2009 – From -417 to +500. Video. Sea Level. II International Independent Art Festival, Central Exhibition Hall Manezh, St. Petersburg, Russia.
– Home. Group Exhibition. Apart.Art Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Cancelled Solo Exhibition (together with Lilia Chak), Journalists Center Beit Sokolov, Tel Aviv, israel.
– Art Force-1. Center for Digital Art, Holon, israel.
– Solo Exhibition. Ephrat Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel.
2008 – Exhibition of Cellcom Art Competition Winners. Ramat-Gan Art Museum, Israel.
– Group Ya Exhibition. Borey gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2007 – Batteries not Included: Mind as Machine. Computer graphics, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, England.
– The Second Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Centre for the art of RGGU. C-Print on silk. Moscow, Russia.
2006 – The New Exhibition Hall. Home Exhibition Project. C-Print. Sankt-Petersburg, Russia.
– The First Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Home Exhibitions Project. C-Print. Moscow, Russia.
2004 – Remember where you came from. Solo Exhibition. Video installation, The New Gallery, Jerusalem, Israel (under name Antro Aum, together with Julia Lagus).
2003 – Translations. Performance/video, Performance-art center Biniyan Merkazim, Tel Aviv, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Can you Can it? Installation, Osaka Triennale of Arts, Japan (under name Antro Aum).
2000 – Love Story. (“33x33”), Installation, The Artists House, Jerusalem, Israel.
1999 – Temple of Sensuality. Solo Exhibition. Installation/performance, The Artists House, Jerusalem, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Pomegranate Laboratory ( “A Harvest of Pomegranates” Exhibition), Installation/performance/video, Ashdod Museum of Arts; Sadna Leamanut Gallery, Yavne, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Is there Reality to Repose? (“Tight Rope/Balance” Exhibition) Installation/ performance/video, Arad Museum of Arts and Bat-Yam Museum, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
1998 – Originality for eating. Installation/performance, “Open Video” Festival, Tel Aviv – Jerusalem Cinematheques, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Samson and Dalilah. The Opera House, Tel Aviv, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Playing Bosch. Performance. Jerusalem Theatre Festival, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Installation. Festival of Experimental Arts. Manez Exhibition Hall, St.-Petersburg, Russia.
1997 – Translations. From the far. International Festival of Arts “Stone in Galilee”, Ma’alot, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Samson and Dalilah today. Installation/performance, Ashdod Museum of Arts, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
– Object at Dizengoff Center. Installation/performance, Gross Gallery, Dizengoff Centre, Tel Aviv, Israel (under name Antro Aum).
1996 – Solo Exhibition. Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France (under name Antro Aum).
1991 – Solo Exhibition. Leleco Art Gallery, London, GB.
1983-1991 – a number of TEII (non-conformist art) group Exhibitions, Borey Gallery Exhibitions, “Da-Net” Theater performances, Leningrad, Russia.