Glaz Gallery was founded in 2002 and has become one of the leading Moscow galleries dealing with photography. The gallery’s funds consist of an impressive collection (more than 4,000 works) by well-known Russian and international artists.
Although the gallery specializes in contemporary conceptual photography, works by key photographers of the Soviet era can also be found there. The gallery exclusively represents the estates of Alexander Rodchenko, Dmitry Baltermants, Alexander Abaza, Alexander Viktorov and Alexander Slyusarev. Original prints of their work can be found only at Glaz Gallery. As for the contemporary Russian photographers, the gallery works with Viktor Akhlomov, Sergey Borisov, Sergey Burasovsky and Vadim Gushchin. The gallery also tends to choose notable young Russian photographers and help them meet viewers and collectors. Ivan Mikhailov, Tim Parchikov and So a Tatrinova are now getting a lot of attention in Russia as well as abroad. The gallery sees them as the new faces of Russian photography.
At this moment Glaz Gallery is also representing such international photographers as Harry Gruyaert, Marco Delogu, Bogdan Konopka and Liu Bolin. The gallery is proud to work with Sarah Moon, Alex Webb and Sabine Weiss.
The gallery participates in various Russian and international art fairs, including the major photography fair, Paris Photo.