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Nikolay Evdokimov Gallery

Nikolay Evdokimov Gallery is a young gallery founded in St. Petersburg in 2020 by Nikolay Evdokimov, an art manager with 10 years of experience in the industry, the former co-curator of one of the leading art venues in St Petersburg.

Nikolay Evdokimov Gallery has been developing its activities in two strategic directions: as a contemporary art gallery in a format of a home salon and as a рор-up gallery. 

Due to the specificity of its format, the gallery provides an opportunity to introduce the new artworks before they make it to the bigger exhibition venues. It is also important that the artworks can be seen in a private space in which they are integrated into the interior design. 

Currently, it exclusively represents 3 artists: Dmitry Sirotkin, Andrey Pomulev, and Ruslan Ermolaev. However, it works with approximately 30 artists featuring works by established as well as emerging artists. Among them are Oleg Kotelnikov, Inal Savchenkov, Irena Kuksenaite, Alexandra Gart, Kirill Makarov, Nikita Panin, Kirill Akulinichev, Igor Skaletsky, Anfisa Chumarova, Ilya Bugaev, Daniel Kazantsev, to name a few.

The space hosts daring exhibitions, exciting studio visits, “evenings” with collectors and art talks, which initiate a dialogue with institutions, art foundations and other active players of the contemporary art scene.

In its first year, the gallery has already had a major exhibition project at Sevkabelport (April–July 2021), participated in several art fairs, and had the exhibition of Austrian artists in its space.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2021: Andrey Pomulev, Dmitry Sirotkin. 

  • Star on the staircase Dmitry Sirotkin (b. 1969)  Digital photo, digital printing, plywood, ink, acrylic, varnish, brass casting. 150x100 cm. 2021  Courtesy of Nikolay Evdokimov Gallery and the artist
    Star on the staircase Dmitry Sirotkin (b. 1969) Digital photo, digital printing, plywood, ink, acrylic, varnish, brass casting. 150x100 cm. 2021 Courtesy of Nikolay Evdokimov Gallery and the artist