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Marina Gisich Gallery

Marina Gisich Gallery is one of the first St. Petersburg contemporary art galleries and was established by Marina Gisich in 2000. Today it is one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Russia. Since the beginning it has represented as well-known masters (Gleb Bogomolov, Evgeny Yufit), as the key figures of the last decades (Kerim Ragimov, Vladimir Kustov, Peter Belyi, Vitaly Pushnitsky, Kirill Chelushkin, Ivan Govorkov and Elena Gubanova, Gregori Maiofis, Marina Alexeeva, Dmitry Gretsky and Evgeniya Kats). One of the very important parts of the gallery work is promotion of the young generation of artists (Tanya Akhmetgalieva, Ivan Gorshkov, Semyon Motolyanets, Lera Nibiru, Tim Parchikov, Alexander Shishkin-Hokusai). Marina Gisich Gallery actively collaborates with significant Russian and international museums and foundations (the State Russian Museum, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Multimedia Art Museum, Novy Museum, Moscow City Museum, The Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, Waino Aaltonen Museum of Art). Outstanding example is the group exhibition of Saint Petersburg artists, titled Crystallizations, at Waino Aaltonen Museum in Finland. Gallery actively promotes contemporary art both locally and internationally, regularly participates in international art fairs (ARCO Madrid, Spain; Volta NY, USA; Art Miami, USA; Art Paris, France; Vienna Contemporary, Austria; Contemporary Istanbul, Turkey; Cosmoscow, Russia). Lately several successful projects have been brought to life under the gallery’s curatorial oversight, such as Ural Vision Gallery (Ekaterinburg, Russia). Artists showcased at Cosmoscow 2017: Vitaly Pushnitsky, Nadya Zubareva.

  • Vitaly Pushnitsky (b. 1967) Studio. Waiting. #9, 2017 Oil on canvas, augmented reality 195 х 290 cm © Marina Gisich Gallery	Виталий Пушницкий (род. 1967) «Студия. Ожидание. №9», 2017 Холст, масло, дополненная реальность 195 х 290 см © Marina Gisich Gallery
    Vitaly Pushnitsky (b. 1967) Studio. Waiting. #9, 2017 Oil on canvas, augmented reality 195 х 290 cm © Marina Gisich Gallery Виталий Пушницкий (род. 1967) «Студия. Ожидание. №9», 2017 Холст, масло, дополненная реальность 195 х 290 см © Marina Gisich Gallery