Lizaveta Matveeva is an independent curator living in St. Petersburg, Russia. She recently curated "I don't know whether the Earth is spinning or not...", with Francesca Altamura, one of the Main Projects of the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. The digital exhibition is on view at notspinning.world. In 2021, they will curate a group exhibition together at Haus N, Athens, Greece. She works as Project Manager in the internationally renowned organization CEC ArtsLink which encourages multi-cultural collaborations between former Soviet Republics, Russia, and the United States. She co-curated exhibitions at the artist-run space LUDA gallery together with artist and curator Peter Belyi. Her recent shows include «Stranger Stories» at MYTH Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia (2019–20); «The Brotherhood the New Blockheads» at Mishkin Gallery, with Peter Belyi, at CUNY, New York, US (2019–20); «The Brotherhood the New Blockheads,» with Peter Belyi, at Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland (2019); «The whole world was not accessible to my gaze,» with Francesca Altamura, at The Carillon Gallery, Tarrant Community College, South Campus, Fort Worth, TX, US (2019); and «Frozen» at Start Space, Winzavod, Moscow (2019). She has advised the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow and the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York about the contemporary art scene in St. Petersburg. She also curates SAM Fair at the Museum of Street Art, St. Petersburg. Matveeva holds an MA in Curatorial Studies and Art Criticism from CCS, Bard College, and Smolny College, St. Petersburg State University.