Having entered the Moscow art scene at the beginning of 2017, Alina Pinsky Gallery from 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 new Paris school, exceptional objects of world design of the twentieth century were exhibited. Over time, the focus shifted towards Soviet modernist and Russian contemporary art. At the moment, Alina Pinsky Gallery exclusively represents Igor Shelkovsky, Mikhail Chernyshov, Evgeny Muzalevsky, Igor Skaletsky, and also works with such authors as Francisco Infante and Nonna Goryunova, Vladimir Andreenkov, Alexander Yulikov, Tim Parshchikov, Dunya Zakharova.
Thus, for more than five years of existence, a multifaceted and unusual collection of the gallery 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 Sharshun, Andre Lansky, Olivier Debre, Leon Zak, Gerard Schneider, Ladislas Kiino, Jean Miotte, Jean Messagier, etc.), as well as masterpieces of collectible design by such authors as Ettore Sottsass, Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Jean Prouvet, Pierre Jeanneret, Poul Kjarholm, Joaquin Tenreiro and others.
Since 2020, Alina Pinsky Gallery has been located in the space of the Isakov apartment building (Prechistenka, 28), where conceptual and monographic exhibitions are held. In addition to exhibition activities, the gallery actively promotes the popularization of artists' creativity, issues catalogs and reprints.
Artists represented at Cosmoscow 2023: Igor Shelkovsky, Mikhail Chernyshov, Natalia Turnova, Igor Skaletsky, Natasha Khabarova, Evgeny Muzalevsky.