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Rostov-on-Don, 16th Line, b. 7A

16th Line Art Gallery is the first contemporary art gallery in Rostov-on-Don which established itself internationally. The gallery was founded by the businessman and art collector Evgeny Samoilov. 

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Moscow, Bersenevsky lane, building 2, b.1

25th Kadr Gallery is open since 2011. This is a platform established to introduce the audience with the works of emerging artists. 

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Moscow, Starokonyushenny side-street, b. 39

Founded in 1986, A3 Gallery Exhibition Hall is located in the centre of Moscow. Annually it hosts about 20 shows.

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7 East 17th Street, New York 10003

ABA Gallery in New York specializes in contemporary art and collaborates with such Russian artists as Ilya Kabakov, Oscar Rabin, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Leonid Purygin and many other Russian art stars.

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Moscow, Ozerkovskaya embankment, b. 26

‘Agency. Art Ru’ was founded in 2010. An exhibition hall  in Radio Street at first, in six months it became another venue on Ozerkovskaya embankment.

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Saint Petersburg, Zhukovsky street, building 28

Founded in 2005 in St. Petersburg, today Anna Nova Gallery is one of the leading galleries in Russia. 

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Arka Gallery was established at the private initiative in 1995 in Vladivostok. The exhibition hall of the gallery opened in 1997 in the city centre. The gallery is focused on promoting artists from Primorye in Russia and all over the world. 

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Moscow, 4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b. 1, building 8

The gallery is engaged in the organization of art projects, participating in international art fairs and exhibitions. The gallery was founded in 2009. 

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г. Москва, ул. Поварская, д. 31, стр. 29
Founded in 2015 by Polina Askeri, a journalist and a TV host, Art Online 24 Gallery specializes in contemporary art.                                               
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Saint Petersburg, Bakunin avenue, b.5

ART re.FLEX Gallery was founded in 2006 by the Serdyuk family - the collector Fyodor and the art historian Ksenia. During its existence this St. Petersburg gallery successfully established itself in the art market. 

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Moscow, Staropimenovsky lane, b. 13

The Gallery of Contemporary Art ARTSTORY opened in 2014 in the heart of Moscow. The gallery founders are collectors Mikhail Opengeym and Lyusine Petrosyan.

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Moscow, Tverskoy boulevard, b. 26

This Moscow-based gallery was founded in 2012 by sisters Madina Gogova and Mariana Gogova. 

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Hong Kong/London/Los Angeles/New York/Paris/ San Francisco/Sydney

One of the world’s largest auctioneers of fine arts. Along with other leaders of the market (Christie's, Sotheby's и McDougalls), it actively participates in regular Russian sales in London.

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Amsterdam/Dubai/Geneva/Hong Kong/London/Milan/Mumbai/ New York/Paris/Shanghai/ Zurich

Christie's auction house is the leader of the world’s art market with offices in more than 32 countries all over the world, including London, Moscow, New York, Paris, Geneva, Milan, Amsterdam, Zurich, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Mumbai. 

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Belgium,Kolenkaai 70, 8000 Brugge

D.E.V.E.  Gallery runs two branches in Moscow and in Brugge. The gallery is focused on the cultural exchange between Russia and Belgium. 

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b.1 building 6

Fine Art Gallery was founded in 1992. Marina Obraztsova is a gallery director, Irina Filatova is a curator. The gallery is focused on contemporary artworks of diverse media - painting, graphics, sculpture, photography, video installations. 

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St. Petersburg, Rubinstein street, b. 23-29

Frants Gallery Space was founded by the artist and curator Anna Franz in New York in 1998 to showcase Leningrad underground on American art scene. 

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Nizhny Novgorod, Rozhdestvenskaya street, b. 6

Futuro, contemporary art gallery, is located in the historical venue in the centre of Nizhny Novgorod.

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Niebuhrstrasse 2, 10629 Berlin

The best-known contemporary art space in Berlin, founded by Volker Diehl, collaborates with such Russian artists as AES+F, Sinie Nosy, and Olga Chernysheva. 

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St.Petersburg, Pushkinskaya st., 10

Experimental gallery 2,04 was founded in 2012 in a former studio ‘204’ in Pushkinskya-10 art centre in St. Petersburg. 

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b.1 building 6

Gallery 21, founded by Ksenia Podoynitsyna in 2010, presented over 45 exhibitions throughout 7 years, including 6 international projects. 

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Moscow, Maly Kiselny lane, building 4, b. 1

Gallery EKart Bureau represents the artists of Moscow conceptual school of 1970-80-s of the XX century. It is located in Maly Kiselny lane in Moscow. Gallery EK Art Bureau was founded in 1991 by Elena Kuprina (since 2009 – Elena Kuprina-Lyakhovich). 

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144 5th Ave, New York 10011

Shchukin Gallery was founded by the collector Nikolay Shchukin in New York in 1987.  

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Moscow, Serebryanicheskaya embankment , b. 19

The Moscow branch of the New York gallery, it represents such stars of the Western art world as  Damien Hirst, Peter Helly, Christopher Wool, Peter Doig, Daniel Richter.

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Moscow, Volkhonka, 5/6

Glaz Gallery was founded in 2002. Today it is the only Moscow gallery focused on contemporary photography. 

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Moscow district, selo Dmitrovskoye, Zentralnaya street, b. 23

Gridchinhall is a private suburban gallery of contemporary art, as well as one of the first Russian artistic residences. It was founded in 2009 by a collector Sergey Gridchin.

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Moscow, Petrovka street, b. 20, b. 1

Eritazh international art gallery was founded in 2006 by an art historian and collector Kristina Krasnyanskaya. Since 2008 the gallery is located in the historical centre of Moscow in Petrovka street. 

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Saint Petersburg, Mikhailovskaya street, b. 2

St. Petersburg Gallery of Contemporary Art Inner Voice is located in the very center of Saint Petersburg. The opening took place in April 2016. During this time it hosted exhibitions of such notable Russian artists as Ilya Kabakov, Viktor Pivovarov, Vladimir Nemukhin and Pavel Pepperstein. 

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Ekaterina Iragui

Ekaterina Iragui, the owner of the gallery, who started her career in Paris, opened the gallery in Moscow in 2008. 

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Moscow, Bolshoy Savvinsky lane, building 12, b. 6

K35 Gallery hosts the shows of the world’s best-known artists and photographers of XX century and modernity – Andy Warhol, Mark Quinn, Oleg Zelkov, Omar Galliani, Sam Show, Günter Brus, as well as emerging artists – Ja’bagh Kaghado, Vladimir Mazkevich, Igor Ilchuk, Marina Fedorova and others. 

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Voronezh, Deputatskaya street, b. 1

The first Voronezh contemporary art gallery Kh.L.A.M. Gallery opened on January 5, 2008. 

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Moscow, Klimentovsky side-street, b. 9/1
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Moscow, Obydensky side-street, b. 12A

KultProekt Gallery is the Moscow contemporary art gallery, founded in 2008. 

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St. Petersburg, Ligovsky avenue, b. 74

Loft Project ETAGI is a pioneer of loft design and one of the biggest exhibition venues in St. Petersburg.  Since 2007 it is located in the former baking factory in Ligovsky avenue.  

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Moscow, Strastnoy boulevard, b. 8, b. 23

Lumas Gallery is the international network of galleries, focused on the sale of prints.

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London/Moscow/Kiev/Paris

MacDougall's is the only fine art auction house to specialise exclusively in Russian art. It was founded in 2004 by William and Catherine MacDougall. 

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St. Petersburg, Fontanka embankment, b. 121

Marina Gisich Gallery is one of the leading contemporary Russian art galleries, founded in 2000. Marina Gisich is the director and the founder of the gallery.

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Moscow, Gogolevsky boulevard, 10/2

One of the MMOMA spaces which houses exhibitions within the experimental programme Carte Blanche, a joint project of the MMOMA and the V-A-C Foundation. 

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St. Petersburg, Bolshaya Konyushennaya street, b. 11

Molbert Gallery opened in 2011 in St. Petersburg. Since that time it hosted over 80 exhibitions of Russian and foreign artists participating in major culture projects - MANIFESTA 10, St. Petersburg Design Week, Week of Germany in St. Petersburg and others.

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Moscow, Perevedenovsky side-street, 18 TsTI Fabrika

MSK Eastside Gallery was founded by Zak and Ja'bagh Kaghado and Wildrik Batjes in 2012. 

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Sihlstrasse 91, 8001 Zurich/Moscow, Myasnitskaya street, b. 24

The Swiss-based Nadja Brykina Gallery collaborates with well-known nonconformist artists: Marlen Spindler, Igor Vulokh, Vladimir Andreenkov, Alexei Kamensky, Yury Zlotnikov, Igor Shelkovsky, Anatoly Zverev and others.

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Moscow, Remizova street, b. 10

Nagornaya Gallery is the first state gallery in Moscow open outside of the city center. 

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St.Petersburg, Bolshaya Konushennaya st., 15

NAMEGALLERY was founded in St. Petersburg in 2011.

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Moscow, Zoologicheskaya street, building 13, b. 2

NCCA is Russia's leading state institution specialising in the critical issues of contemporary art. Since 2016 it is part of the United State Museum and Exhibition centre ROSIZO. 

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St. Petersburg, Pushkinskaya street, b. 10
Navicula Artis was founded in St. Petersburg in 1992. Since 1998 the gallery has been open in the Pushkinskaya 10 art center art.
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St. Petersburg, Embankment of the Admiralty Canal Embankment, b. 2

New Holland is an artificial island in St. Petersburg which was built for the needs of the Admiralty when St. Petersburg was under construction. Since 2010 it has become the cultural hotstop. 

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Museumstraat 35 2000 Antwerp Belgium

NK Gallery was founded by Nadya Kotova in Antwerp in 2012. It collaborates with Russian and international artists. Russian artists include Alexey Kostroma, Kirill Chelushkin, Maria Pogorzhelskaya, Alexander Pogorzhelsky, Taisia Korotkova, Ivan Razumov. 

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Vladikavkaz, Maxim Gorky street, prospect Mira, 2/5-7

The only state institution in Northern Caucasian region working in the space of contemporary culture. Since 2016 it is a part of the United State Museum and Exhibition centre ROSIZO.

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29 Orchard St, New York 10002, США / boulevard Sitnyakovo 48, 1505 Sofia, Bulgaria

One Gallery is an institution with two branches in Sofia and New York. 

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Moscow, Trubnikovsky side-street, building 22, b. 2

The non-linear multi-storey space is filled with the artworks of the most topical contemporary Moscow artists of the beginning of the XXI century. 

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, 1/6 105120, Moscow, Russia

Osnova Gallery was founded in April 2014 in the Winzavod Contemporary Art Center. The gallery collaborates with young Russian and European artists.

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b.1 building 6

Pechersky Gallery was founded in 2011 by the collector Marina Pecherskaya.

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New York/London/Hong Kong/Geneva/Paris/Moscow/Tokyo

Phillips is one of the best-known auction houses in the art world with offices in London, New York, Geneva, Berlin, Brussels, Los Angeles, Milan, Munich and Paris. Since the second half of the 2000s the artworks of the artists from Russia and CIS countries acquire more noticeable role in the catalogues of Phillips auction. 

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Saint Petersburg, Vosstaniya street, b. 24

Photodepartment Gallery opened to the public in April 2008 in St. Petersburg. 

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b.1 building 6

Pop/Off/Art Gallery is one of the leading players of the Moscow art scene. The gallery is specializing in international contemporary art.  

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4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, b.1 building 6

Regina Gallery was founded by Vladimir Ovcharenko in 1990. Since 2016 Mikhail Ovcharenko became the new director of the gallery.

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Moscow, Nikitsky Boulevard, 14

Roza Azora Gallery was founded in 1991 by Elena Yazykova, artist, Marina Loshak, future director of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, and Lubov Shaks, TV producer. 

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42 Rue Volta, 75003 Paris

RTR Photo Gallery (Russiantearoom) opened in Paris in 2007. The artists of the gallery feature Russian names including Igor Mukhin, Sergey Maksimishin, Oleg Dow, Margot Ovcharenko.

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Moscow, 1st Zachatievsky lane, b. 10

RuArts Gallery was founded by a collector Marianna Sardarova in 2004. In addition to the Russian artists, the gallery collaborates with many international artists. 

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Duke Of York's HQ, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY, Great Britain

Saatchi Gallery is located in the centre of London. The exhibition hall belongs to a famous collector Charles Saatchi, who pays particular attention to contemporary Russian art. 

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Northern Boulevard Manhasset, New York 11030

The contemporary art gallery, located on Long Island, New York, was founded by the art dealer Oksana Salamatina.

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506 East 74th Street New York, NY 10021

Shapiro Auctions, American auction house featuring Russian and international art, was established in New York in 2007 by the art dealer Evgeny Shapiro.

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Moscow, Solyanka street ½, b. 2

SOLYANKA VPA (video/performance/animation) — is  a unique museum and exhibition project of the State Solyanka Gallery dedicated to the art in motion. 

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Kaliningrad, Dmitry Donskoy street, 7/11

The Western outpost of the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Russia and the only institution in Kaliningrad region which is actively involved in actual art. Since 2016 it is part of the State Museum and Exhibition Centre ROSIZO. 

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Moscow, Trubnikovsky lane, b. 13

The ERA Foundation is an organization dedicated to supporting the visual arts founded in 2006 by Elena Berezkina to promote contemporary art of Russia. 

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Moscow, Savvinskaya embankment, b. 23, b. 1

The Moscow gallery of classical photography was established by a few associate photographers in 2011.

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Moscow, Bolotnaya embankment, b.3, b.1

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography opened to the public in 2010 in the former Red October factory.

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Samara, Novo-Sadovaya street, b. 149

The Middle Volga branch of the NCCA was opened for the public in Samara in 2014. In May 2016 the branch was part of the State Museum and Exhibition Centre ROSIZO. 

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St. Petersburg, Bakunin avenue, b. 5

The North-Western branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Art as part of ROSIZO hosts exhibitions, lectures, seminars and collaborates with cultural institutions in the cities of North-Western region. 

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Tomsk, Nakhanovich street, 3a

The Siberian branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Art opened for the public in Tomsk in 2013. The Siberian Branch of the NCCA became the sixth branch in the NCCA structure, being responsible for Siberian region. In 2016 it is part of the State Museum and Exhibition Center ROSIZO. 

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Nizhny Novgorod, Pochainskaya street, b. 17

Tolk Gallery is the first contemporary art gallery in Nizhny Novgorod founded in 2014.

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Moscow, 4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, building 1, b. 6
The gallery is focused on the work with young (up to 35 y.o.) and mid-career artists. It was founded by the art historian and gallerist Nadezhda Stepanova, who was later joined by the curator Alisa Bagdonayte and the art dealer Elvira Tarnogradskaya. 
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Moscow, Ilyinka, b. 3/8, building 5

Triumph Gallery was founded by Emelian Zakharov and Dmitry Khankin in 2006.

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Ekaterinburg, Dobrolyubova Str. 19A

The branch of the Ural branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts in Yekaterinburg (Ural Branch of the NCCA as a part of the ROSIZO) works in all Ural Federal Region. The most active cultural organization in Russian regions. The Ural branch is a venue of Ural industrial biennale of contemporary art.  

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Ekaterinburg, Sheinkman steet, b. 10

Founded in 2009, the gallery successfully established itself in the art market under the name Art Slovar. Since 2012 the project changed its concept and entered the world’s art market under the new name – Ural Vision Gallery (UVG).

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Van Ham Kunstauktionen Hitzelerstr. 2 50968 Köln

Van Ham Fine Art Auctions is one of the major auction houses in the world which had passed a long way from the classic auction house specialized in the art of XIX century to a modern international player of the art market. 

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Samara, Nekrasovskaya street, b. 2

Victoria Gallery is the largest independent art venue in Samara, founded in 2005 by Leonid Mikhelson, the chairman of the board of JSC ‘Novatek.’ 

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Moscow, 4th Syromyatnichesky lane, 1/8c7

Vladey auction house is the first auction of modern Russian art in Russia. Founded in 2013, the auction house earned trust of artists and collectors, gaining the status of the recognized expert in the art market.

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Nizhny Novgorod, The Kremlin, building 6

The only museum and exhibition organization in Nizhny Novgorod promoting contemporary art in the wide context of contemporary art. Since 2016 it is a part of the United State Museum and Exhibition centre ROSIZO.

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Moscow, Pushkarev lane, b. 10

Founded in 1990, Vostochnaya Gallery specializes in Russian contemporary art. The gallery collaborates with such artists as Vladimir Grig, Yana Lande, Anastasia Zaborovskaya, Mikhail Blinov and other artists.

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Moscow, 4th Syromyatnichesky side-street, building 1, b. 6 (Winzavod)

Founded in 1993 by Elena Selina, XL Gallery is one of the blue-chip contemporary art galleries in Russia. 

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Yekaterinburg, Krasnoarmeyskaya street, b. 32

Founded in 2004, Yekaterinburg contemporary art gallery is a private exhibition center located in the historical center of Yekaterinburg. 

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г. Москва, Ермолаевский переулок 17

The first state museum in Russia which is entirely focused on the art of the XX and XXI centuries. It hosted the shows of Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, Victor Pivovarov, Valery Chtak, as well as Joseph Beuys, Stephan Balkenhol, among many others.

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Moscow, Gogolevsky boulevard, b. 10

The first state museum in Russia which is entirely focused on the art of the XX and XXI centuries. It hosted the shows of Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, Victor Pivovarov, Valery Chtak, as well as Joseph Beuys, Stephan Balkenhol, among many others.