In her curatorial practice, Anna Bitkina focuses on socio-political processes that occurred in Russia and the post-Soviet territories after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Her research looks at the local and global implications caused by the acceleration of capitalism in the region. Anna also explores the changing role of cultural workers, the possibilities of creative practices, and the agency of artists in different social spheres. In different years, she has contributed to 3rd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (2009), 2nd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (2010), 10th Manifesta Biennale (2014). She curated Nordic Art Today: Conceptual Debts, Broken Dreams, New Horizons (2011), United States of Europe (2011-2013) as well as the on-going public art project Critical Mass (2009-2017). Together with Maria Veits among others, she co-curated Propaganda News Machine: Creating Multiple Realities in the Media, and States of Control (2016-2017).