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M&J Guelman Gallery

The Marat Guelman Gallery is one of the first and most famous galleries to appear in the Post-Soviet Russia. It was founded in 1990, a year before the Soviet Union collapsed. Just as a few other forward-thinking institutions that emerged in the 90s, the Gallery not only provided exhibition space, but also presented itself as an intellectual workshop, developing ideas and concepts for the art of today’s Russia.

At the very beginning if its activity the Gallery became famous by introducing the South-Russian school of painting to Moscow as well as by showing the most acute Moscow artists. The Gallery organized the very first exhibitions of the unknown (then) and – at the present – the artists who define the Moscow art scene: Valery Koshlyakov, Dmitri Gutov, Alexander Vinogradov and Vladimir Dubossarsky, Avdey Ter-Oganyan, Oleg Kulik, the AES group. Another key-figure – the Blue Noses group (Vyacheslav Mizin and Alexander Shaburov) from Siberia, discovered by the Guelman Gallery at the end of the 1990s, – was viewed by many as the finest Russian exponent at the Venice Biennale of 2003 and 2005 and the Moscow Bi... [ Read all ]

Moscow

Russia
Address:
4th Syromyatnicheskiy lane,1 Winzavod Art Center
105120
Phone: +7495 2281159
Fax: +7495 2281339
Website: www.guelman.ru


Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Tatiana Antoshina
Blue Noses (Viacheslav Mizin,Alexander Shaburov)
Alexander Brodsky
Gor Chahal
O&A Florensky
Dmitri Gutov
Alexey Kallima
Alexander Kosolapov
Valery Koshlyakov
Erbol Meldibekov
Boris Mikhailov
Anatoly Osmolovsky
Georgy Ostretsov
Pavel Pepperstein
Alexander Roytburd
Yuri Shabelnikov
Vasili Tsagolov


Sample Art Work (1)

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Previous Exhibitions

Hallucination
Erbol Meldibekov & Nurbosyn Oris
February 10 - March 10, 2011


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Art Fairs

ARCO
ArtBasel
ArtCologne
ArtFrankfurt
FIAC
ArtMoscow
MFAF


Press Releases

Political Geography

The Kazakh artist Erbol Meldibekov, who often works in collaboration with his brother, Nurbosyn Oris, it seems, has set himself the goal of creating a series of illustrations for Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari's theory on de-territorialisation. But the French thinkers envisaged a nomad who, in his eternal movement across an endless plateau, removes all the strict oppositions of space and time. However, it was impossible for them to even imagine a situation in which the nomad is in the position of a static observer, with the world moving around him in a strange and unpredictable motion, at times disappearing completely from view and then swelling up in strange bubbles.

Here in a photograph, dated 1981, from the series "Family Album", two pretty Asian girls are standing in front of a statue of Lenin in the city of Jambul. And here they are again, but now turned into respectable ladies, in the year 2001, in the same place. But the city is already different – Taraz. And the country is different – instead of the standard monument to the leader of the proletariat of the world – there is a new hero, a wa... [ Read all ]


News

http://www.guelman.ru/eng/gallery/moscow/


Location And Getting There

4th Syromyatnicheskiy lane,1
Winzavod Art Center
Moscow 105120, Russia


Contact-Directors/Staff

Julia Guelman - Director
Anna Luneva - Deputy Director
Elena Akulova - Assistant


Opening Times

12.00 pm - 8.00 pm