The Triumph gallery was founded in 2006 by Emelyan Zakharov and Dmitry Khankin. Since its establishment, the gallery has been focused on educational and developmental missions, supporting young artists and conducting numerous exhibitions. For the last couple of years, the gallery has been carrying out exhibition projects not only at its own space but also at such venues as the central exhibition Hall Manege, the Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, the Venice Biennale and many others.
The gallery supports Russian video art and provides space and nances for young artists’ projects. Many of these artists have been nominated for and awarded the Kandinsky Prize and Innovation award. On an international scale, the gallery carries out the "Method" project, aimed at focusing on similarities between Russian and international art practices.
The gallery represents several leading Russian artists including AES+F, Vladimir Dubossarsky and Alexander Vinogradov, Recycle Group, Alexander Brodsky, Dmitry Gutov and other internationally acclaimed artists. Their works have been exhibited at such venues as Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum (Spain), Musée des Beaux-Arts (Switzerland), MACRO (Italy), Museum Beelden Aan Zee (Netherlands), Samsung Museum of Art (South Korea), Museum of Contemporary art Tokyo (Japan), Sydney Biennale (Australia), Venice Biennale (Italy), Moscow Biennale (Russia), International Video Art Biennial (Israel), International Istanbul Biennale (Turkey) and Shanghai Biennale (China).