The Gary Tatintsian Gallery first opened in Chelsea, New York, and later in downtown Moscow with a focus on conceptual contemporary Western art, Russian avant-garde of the early 20th century, photography and design. The gallery has presented to the Russian public works by contemporary artists such as Damien Hirst, Joel-Peter Witkin, Tal R, Peter Halley, Yasumasa Morimura, Christopher Wool, Peter Doig, Daniel Richter, Jonathan Meese, Cecily Brown, Georg Baselitz, Chris O li, Tony Matelli and George Condo. The gallery’s photography projects have focused on inheritance of 20th-century art with shows by Weegee, Alexander Rodchenko, László Moholy-Nagy and Hel- mar Lerski.
In September 2013, the gallery opened a new space in Moscow at Serebryanicheskaya Embankment, with a personal show by Anselm Reyle. Since that time, the gallery has held the exhibitions of such established artists as John Miller, Tony Matelli, Olaf Breuning (group show), Wim Delvoye (personal show in parallel with The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts), Lee Ufan (one-man show) and Evgeny Chubarov (memorial show devoted to the artist's 80th anniversary).