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Gallery/Dealer Details - Pecherskiy Gallery

Pecherskiy Gallery was founded by Marina Pecherskiy in January 2011. Since that time, the Gallery has held several successful exhibitions, participated in a parallel collaboration—the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art—and participated in the Kiev Art Fair with great success.

In late 2011, Pecherskiy Gallery initiated a joint project with Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, (one of the most popular Russian artists), and Arthronika Magazine (the premier Russian art publication). “Remember about Gas!”—a project based on the Gas Wars between Russia and Ukraine from 2005-2009—was featured in the December 2011 (#10) issue, and has aroused great public interest.

Pecherskiy Gallery is a very young institution based in Moscow, a city in which the art market is still in its infancy, despite a great general desire for its development. The Gallery’s main mission is to support this growth.

The Pecherskiy Gallery curatorial strategy is to exhibit new names from Western Europe while supporting young artists, which is done by curating shows which effectively combine internationally famous artists along with undeservedly forgotten ones.

In addition, Pecherskiy Gallery plans to dedicate a part of its gallery space to create a public forum that will allow artists and curators to begin a conversation with the general public and young collectors, and promote the understanding and appeal of contemporary art in Russia.



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