Glaz Gallery

Glaz Gallery was founded in 2002 and it was one of the first photography galleries to appear in Moscow. The gallery funds contain an impressive collection (more than 4000 works) of photographs of the most famous Russian photographers, as well as many foreign authors. Although the gallery specializes in modern conceptual photography, it also presents works by established masters of the Soviet photography. After 10 years of existence, the gallery is now working with many well-known Russian photographers such as Sergey Borisov, Vadim Guschin, Alexander Victorov, and others. It is also now exclusively representing the estates of Alexander Rodchenko, Dmitry Baltermants and Alexander Abaza. At this moment Glaz Gallery is also representing such international photographers as Sarah Moon, Harry Gruyaert, Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, Bogdan Konopka, and others. The gallery also supports several young Russian photographers and constantly searches for new talents on different portfolio reviews and contests. The gallery was the first one to discover Tim Parchikov, Ivan Mikhailov, Sofia Tatrinova and Vladimir Kurashov. These young artists are currently getting a lot of attention in Russia as well as abroad. The gallery participates in various Russian and international art fairs, including the major photography fair, Paris Photo.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2019:Zhenya Mironov, Jean-Christophe Couet, Alexander Rodchenko.

  • Jean-Christophe Couet (b. 1974) Blood of Color, 2017 C-print mounted on aluminum  90 x 120cm Edition: 5 © Glaz Gallery
    Jean-Christophe Couet (b. 1974) Blood of Color, 2017 C-print mounted on aluminum 90 x 120cm Edition: 5 © Glaz Gallery