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Askeri Gallery

Askeri Gallery is a Moscow contemporary art gallery founded by Polina Askeri in 2016. During its existence it has become a real exhibition, educational and production center.

The gallery is actively engaged in the development of the art market. Askeri Gallery participates in major international fairs and exhibitions of contemporary art and promotes artists both in Russia and abroad.

Askeri Gallery actively cooperates with authors all over the world, forming around itself a mobile, experimental and progressive art environment. A wide range of collaborations includes Russian, American, Spanish, French and South Korean artists: Kwang Young Chun, Peter Opheim, Romain Froquet, Gleb Skubachevsky, Daniel Zakh, Anne de Carbuccia, Marcos Anziani, Juan Miguel Palacios, Jae Yong Kim, Pavel Polanski, Anton Totibadze, Daria Kotlyarova and Masha Rudenko. Deep experience and competent approach to the modern art allows to find the most interesting and perspective names, reflecting the basic tendencies of the Russian and foreign art and giving new talents an opportunity to introduce their artworks to the world art market.

Askeri Gallery makes contemporary foreign art accessible for the Russian audience and allows people from U.S., Europe and Asia to see impressive works of the Russian authors, in fact, producing a large-scale cultural exchange.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2021: Kwang Young Chun, Jae Yong Kim, Masha Rudenko.

  • Aggregation20-SE059(Star14) Chun Kwang Young (b. 1944)  Mixed media with korean mulberry paper. 100 cm. 2020  Courtesy of Askeri Gallery and the artist
    Aggregation20-SE059(Star14) Chun Kwang Young (b. 1944) Mixed media with korean mulberry paper. 100 cm. 2020 Courtesy of Askeri Gallery and the artist