St. Petersburg is one of the largest cultural centers in Russia. This city hosts hundreds of different events every day in different locations: from houses of culture to centers, galleries, museums and non-traditional cultural events spaces.
The gallery was founded in 2005 and since then has firmly occupied the position of one of the leading galleries in the country. It is located on three floors in the center of St. Petersburg and presents young art: both Russian and foreign. Among the artists exhibiting in the gallery are Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov, Ustina Yakovleva, Masha Agureeva, Alice Kern, Alexander Dashevsky, Yuldus Bakhtiozina, etc.
Participating in such contemporary art fairs as Vienna Art Fair, Art London, ARCO Madrid, Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair, COSMOSCOW, etc., Anna Nova gallery establishes international “art relations”.
In the gallery you can not only get acquainted with contemporary art in its various forms (from painting to performance and science&art), but also buy it, as well as attend lectures, workshops, film screenings and meetings with experts in the field of art.
The gallery was founded in 2000 and since then supports not only recognized artists in the person of Gleb Bogomolov and Eugene Yufit, but also iconic artists of recent decades: Kerim Ragimov, Vladimir Kustov, Peter White, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Kirill Chelushkin, Ivan Govorkov and Elena Gubanova, Grigory mayofis, Marina Alekseeva. Marina Gisich also pays attention to young artists: Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai, Ivan Gorshkov, Tanya Akhmetgalieva, Semyon Motolyanets, Tim parshchikov, etc.
In addition to exhibiting at its site, the gallery actively participates in international forums and fairs, as well as developing space and concepts for new gallery sites.
The history of the center dates back to 1990. Since its foundation, the gallery has maintained the principle of demonstrating unofficial art, as well as selecting artists to work with: its space is open to almost every artist, you just need to fill in an application and send it to the gallery’s email. It is also important to note that until now the Art center is a self-organization that does not have a patron, sponsor or permanent support from the state. In addition to the gallery space, “Borey” is also a publishing house (original), photo Studio, workshops, various meetings and events.
Thanks to the gallery we know two well-known creative associations: “The Brotherhood of New Blockheads” and “Parazit”, the first of which are no longer active, and the second are even based in the center.
The art center, which unites 15 art galleries, a concert venue, 2 music clubs, a recording Studio, a children’s theater and 38 creative workshops of famous artists and musicians: Vladimir Volkov, Boris Grebenschuk, Vyacheslav Gaivoronsky, etc.
In addition to this already large list, Russia’s only Museum of nonconformist art and other museums, as well as an international art residence, operate on the territory of Pushkin 10.
The gallery opened in May 2019 with a focus on contemporary young artists. Among the already past or opened exhibitions, the works of Lisa Babkova, Alina Glazun, Nikita Seleznev, Alexandra Paperno and others. Exhibitions are held not only at the gallery site, but also in other spaces of St. Petersburg. Another feature of the gallery is the invitation of young curators to cooperate.
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