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Ural Vision Gallery

Ural Vision Gallery, an international artspace in Yekaterinburg, was founded in 2012. Art gallery activities aim to support Russian artists working in Ural region and Europe, to exhibit and sell artworks of contemporary Russian art, and to offer consulting service in the field of contemporary art and culture.

Another important business of the gallery is formation of the collection of contemporary art, Ural Vision Foundation. The constantly growing collection includes artworks of Russian artists: AES+F, CrocodilePOWER, O. Dou, I. Gaponov, A. Gorbunov, D. Kudinova, G. Mayofis, I. Pestov, V. Pushnitsky, Slava Ptrk, L. Tishkov, O. Tobreluts, A. Chernyshev, R. Tavasiev, I. Drozd, I. Plushch, D. Shorin and others, the young Ural authors: F. Telkov, the ‘Zlyye’ (Evil) art group, Osip Toff, and European artists: Aljoscha (Ukraine/Germany), Zsolt Asztalos (Hungary), Paul Horn (Austria), Lars Schwonder (Denmark), Mice Jankulovski (North Macedonia).

In 2015, the art gallery branch was opened in Budapest. In 2020, it moved to Vienna, Austria, and its grand opening is scheduled for the end of 2021. 

Over the years, the gallery has taken part in contemporary art fairs: Art Miami, Art Market Budapest, Art Paris, ArtVilnius, Cosmoscow, Scope New York, Viennacontemporary.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2021: Vladimir Abikh.

  • [sound of waves] from the ‘Subtitles’ Series Vladimir Abikh (b. 1987)  Plasticization. 56x100 cm. 2021  Courtesy of Ural Vision Gallery and Vladimir Abikh
    [sound of waves] from the ‘Subtitles’ Series Vladimir Abikh (b. 1987) Plasticization. 56x100 cm. 2021 Courtesy of Ural Vision Gallery and Vladimir Abikh