Exhibited from 1908. Exhibitions: the Venok, 1908. The New Society of Artists, 1908-1909. The Bubnovyi Valet, 1910-1911, 1912-1914, 1916.
Moscow Salon, 1911-1912, the Mir Iskusstva, 1913-1914, 1916, also in Petrograd, 1914 (a charity exhibition for old and infirm artists). Theatre design art, Moscow, 1918-1923. Personal exhibitions: Varst, Vesnin, Popova, Rodchenko, Ekster, Moscow, 1921.
From 1921 in France. Settled in Paris, 1924. Professor at the Academic Modeme. Continued to show her work: personal exhibition at the Claridge gallery, London, 1928.
One of the pioneers of constructivist theatre decor in Russia.