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Roza Azora Gallery

Roza Azora Gallery

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. Since then the gallery regularly participates in Art Moscow contemporary art fair, Cosmoscow fair and Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. 

The gallery also organized a number of exhibitions jointly with the leading Russian museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, The Schusev State Museum of Architecture, the Literature Museum, The State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow and the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art. 

Roza Azora Gallery actively collaborates with Russian artistic community. The gallery represents such artists as Maria Arendt, Andrey Bartenev, Alyona Kirzova, Marina Koldobskaya, Pavel Leonov, Andrew Logan, Ivan Loungine, Natalia Nesterova and Ivan Yazykov. The gallery has always been open to the old and the new, classic and avant-garde, creating a feeling of integrity between the past and the future in cultural, human and spiritual senses. 

Official site
Year of foundation
1991
Основатели
Elena Yazykova, Marina Loshak and Lyuba Shaks
Moscow, Nikitsky Boulevard, 14


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