The Voronezh Gallery of Contemporary Art "H.L.A.M." was founded in 2007 by Alexey Gorbunov. The main goal of the project is to contribute to the development of contemporary art in Russia, the discovery of new names. To date, 126 exhibitions have been held in the gallery, some of them have been nominated, and artists have won prizes in the field of contemporary art: Kandinsky Awards (2011, 2013), "Innovation" (2010, 2012, 2020).
Artists who started their career in the gallery "H.L.A.M." or actively exhibiting in it (I. Gorshkov, A. Kurbatova, A. Zhilyaev, I. Dolgov, N. Alekseev, K. Garshin, K. Saveliev) are widely in demand. The gallery continues to support the newest young representatives of contemporary art. The gallery's activity was the impetus for the International Platonov Festival of Arts to be held in Voronezh since 2011. In 2009, the Voronezh Center for Contemporary Art was established in the gallery, which has been successfully functioning for 10 years in the field of education and the creation of an art community in the city. Since 2012, the gallery has been participating annually in international contemporary art fairs, at one of which it received a diploma "For the Innovation of Art Forms", and in 2018 the stand of the gallery "H.L.A.M." was recognized as "The best stand of the Cosmoscow Contemporary Art Fair".
Artists represented at Cosmoscow 2023: Nikolay Alekseev, Ivan Gorshkov, Mikhail Dobrovolsky, Kirill Savelyev.