London’s White Space Gallery was founded in 2001, to present the international public with artists working in Russia today, as well as its new direction in representing international artists. Alongside commercial activities, the gallery also curates exhibitions and co-organises events in collaboration with major British and Russian cultural institutions including Freud Museum, London; Architectural Association, London; Tate Modern and Whitechapel, London; the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture, Moscow; National Portrait Gallery, London. More recently gallery’ exhibitions included Rimaldas Viksraitis Grimaces of The Weary Village, Arles Photofestival, 2009, France; Andrey Tarkovsky Polaroids, Dom Kino, St Petersburg, 2010 (in collaboration with ROSPHOTO); Richard Pare and Dmitry Konradt’s joint photography exhibition in the Mayor of London’s headquarters and The Pushkin House in London (2013); Inside Out group photography exhibition by artists from Russia and Lithuania in the Architectural Association in London (2016).
The gallery has organised many educational events by leading artists and curators. White Space Gallery gives a strong emphasis on producing exhibition catalogues.
The gallery had sold works of its artists to Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The National Museum of Modern Art in Oslo and The Huis Marseille Photography Museum in Amsterdam.
The White Space Gallery is managed by Anya Stonelake.