KultProekt Gallery

KultProekt is a Moscow gallery dedicated to contemporary art, established in 2008 by Julia Manusevich and Irina Solntseva. The gallery works with both major masters of the art scene and talented young artists. The gallery aims at conducting thematic art exhibitions presented with complex projects, which include the publication of catalogs, hosting master classes of artists and photographers, meetings and lectures. The gallery aims at conducting a series of exhibition projects combined in a single cycle. The gallery hosts exhibitions which explore interdisciplinary interests. Interest in literature, illustrations, and the livre d’artiste is another direction of the gallery. This interest led to hosting exhibition projects at other venues, including the State Literary Museum (exhibition hall of the House of I. S. Ostroukhova), the Richter Museum (a branch of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts), the Schepkin's House museum (a branch of the Bakhrushin Museum), the Mayakovsky Museum, Central Library of M.Y. Lermontov (St. Petersburg). The gallery desires to participate not only in local fairs and art shows but also in international ones. KultProekt participated in the Manifesta 10, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art", frequently takes part in the Moscow Photo Biennale, Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art and SCOPE Miam 2018, SCOPE New York 2019, VOLTA Basel 2019.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2019: Evgenia Buravleva, Egor Plotnikov.

  • Egor Plotnikov (b. 1980) Beyond the distance, 2019 Oil on canvas 170 x 250 cm Courtesy of KultProect Gallery.
    Egor Plotnikov (b. 1980) Beyond the distance, 2019 Oil on canvas 170 x 250 cm Courtesy of KultProect Gallery.