Cosmoscow • Alina Pinsky Gallery
September 15 – 17 2022
     
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Alina Pinsky Gallery

Alina Pinsky Gallery appeared on the Moscow art scene at the beginning of 2017, and since the first exhibitions was distinguished by an extraordinary approach to exposition projects, exactingness to the very concept of collecting, where, along with the post-war painting of museum classics, including The School of Paris and outstanding objects of world design of the 20th century were exhibited. Over time, the Gallery’s focus shifted towards Soviet modern and Russian contemporary art. Now, Alina Pinsky Gallery exclusively represents Igor Chelkovski, Michael Chernyshov, Evgeny Muzalevsky, Igor Skaletski, and it also works with such artists as Francisco Infante and Nonna Goryunova, Vladimir Andreenkov, Alexander Yulikov, Tim Parchikov, Dunya Zakharova.

Thus, for more than five years of the Gallery’s existence, a multifaceted and unusual collection has been formed, where, along with Russian artists of several generations, a large selection of French paintings of the 1950s and 1960s is presented (Serge Charchoune, Andre Lanskoy, Olivier Debré, Leon Zaсk, Gérard Schneider, Ladislas Kijno, Jean Miotte, Jean Messagier etc.), as well as masterpieces of Сollectible design by such authors as Ettore Sottsass, Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Jean Prouvet, Pierre Jeanneret, Poul Kjærholm, Joaquin Tenreiro and others.

Since 2020, Alina Pinsky Gallery has been located in the Isakov House on 28 Prechistenka Street, where conceptual or monographic exhibitions are held. In addition to the exhibition activities, the Gallery works on popularization of the artists’ creativity, produces catalogs and republications.

Artists presented at Cosmoscow 2022: Mikhail Chernyshov, Igor Shelkovsky, Marlen Shpindler, Evgeny Muzalevsky, Igor Skaletski, Dunya Zakharova, Parchikov.

  • Igor Skaletski  b. 1978 “Scuba Diver-Keeper”, 2022 Oil on canvas 152,5 х 140 cm  Courtesy Alina Pinsky Gallery and the artist
    Igor Skaletski b. 1978 “Scuba Diver-Keeper”, 2022 Oil on canvas 152,5 х 140 cm Courtesy Alina Pinsky Gallery and the artist