Nadja Brykina Gallery was opened in Zurich in 2006. Its concept focuses on Russian art from the second half of the 20th century up to the present time. In 2010, in order to emphasize its connection to the Eastern European art world and the Russian artists, a new gallery space was opened in Moscow. In 2019, on the basis of the Moscow branch, Nadja Brykina Foundation was opened.
Many artists represented in the gallery rank among the non-conformists. They did not join the ruling party, nor its official art, the Socialist Realism, – nor did they join the political underground. In their isolation, they followed their own artistic pursuit.
The gallery represents works by Marlen Spindler, Igor Vulokh, Vladimir Andreenkov, Alexey Kamensky, Yuri Zlotnikov, Valery Yurlov, Andrei Krasulin, Vladimir Soskiev, Boris Otarov, Igor Shelkovsky, Anatoly Zverev as well as artists of the younger generation, such as Mikhail Krunov, Igor Novikov, Oleg & Olga Tatarintsev.
Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2021: Marlen Spindler, Alexey Kamensky, Vladimir Andreenkov.