⁣6-8 September 2019

Artwin Gallery

Artwin Gallery was founded in 2012 by Mariana Guber-Gogova in Moscow, Russia. The gallery’s main objectives are to create a platform for dialogue between artists of different countries and generations and to promote emerging Russian art both at home and abroad. Along with projects at its own space, Artwin Gallery organizes exhibitions in museum venues, actively supports the artists on its roster, and participates in contemporary art fairs. The gallery also helps foster the growth of contemporary art through a series of lectures and roundtable discussions featuring art world professionals, as well as its contributions to other educational initiatives. Artwin Gallery’s focus on Russian artists, its bold approach to curating and its in-depth understanding of the art market in Russia and CIS countries, allows the gallery to create extraordinary projects across a wide range of styles and genres of contemporary art. Artwin Gallery’s artists have participated in multiple international exhibitions and biennales, including the Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art; Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art; the Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art; Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, the Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. Gallery's artists are acknowledged by leading art critics and curators, their projects have been exhibited at the following institutions: Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, M HKA, Haus der Kunst, LENTOS Art Museum, Maison européenne de la photographie. The artists have won prominent international art prizes, their works are featured in major private collections and in distinguished foundations and institutions, including Tate Modern, V-A-C, Collezione Maramotti, Kadist Art Foundation. Artwin Gallery currently works with artists Evgeny Antufiev, Vladimir Chernyshev, Artem Filatov, Polina Kanis, Alexey Korsi, Olya Kroytor, Almagul Menlibaeva, Gulnur Mukazhanova, Tim Parchikov, RADYA, Dima Rebus, Anna Titova and Ustina Yakovleva.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2018: Anna Titova, Gulnur Mukazhanova.

  • Anna Titova (b. 1984) Dolmen from the series Rituals of Resistance, 2015 Pigmented inkjet print (photomontage), printed in 2018 Edition: 10 58 x 80,5 cm Courtesy of the Artwin Gallery © Anna Titova
    Anna Titova (b. 1984) Dolmen from the series Rituals of Resistance, 2015 Pigmented inkjet print (photomontage), printed in 2018 Edition: 10 58 x 80,5 cm Courtesy of the Artwin Gallery © Anna Titova