Gallery Girl meets Mariana Guber-Gogova

Mariana Guber-Gogova founded Artwin Gallery in 2012, with the aim of promoting Russian artists in Russia and abroad. In 2016, she also founded the Gogova Foundation, a non-profit organisation for the support of contemporary art and culture. Having hosted artist residencies in Russia and Azerbaijan, while also exhibiting artists at The Armory Show, Art Dubai […]

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Gallery Girl meets Osnova

The art scene in Moscow is growing and shows no signs of stopping. It is now home to Russia’s only international art fair and an internationally celebrated biennial. Thanks to Dasha Zhukova – wife of Roman Abramovic – there is now even a multi-million pound gallery lying in the heart of Moscow’s most central Gorky […]

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Superwoman @ GRAD

Russia is famous for a lot of things, feminism, in the UK at least, probably isn’t one of them. However, GRAD Gallery is changing that with its Superwoman exhibition, that presents all things woman during the Soviet era. The show illustrates the presentation of the Soviet woman from 1917 to 1991. While women have long […]

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Garage @ Moscow

Where London has Hyde Park and the Serpentine Gallery, Moscow has Gorky Park and Garage Museum. Both respective art galleries host contemporary art inside their individual city’s greatest park. The Serpentine Gallery is one of London’s gems and I absolutely fell in love with Garage on my most recent trip to Moscow. Garage was founded […]

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Russian Portraits @ NPG

I would imagine that most of the visitors to the National Portrait Gallery’s incumbent Russia and The Arts exhibition have not been to Russia, and if they have, even fewer would have seen the paintings in their natural habitat. Unlike many, I have personally been to the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, which makes my response […]

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Titian @ National Gallery

Titian is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters of the 16th century. Not only is the artist greatly respected today, but he also had great success during his own lifetime. Today, one of his earliest works from when he was just a teenager, The Flight Into Egypt, is on view at the […]

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