⁣6-8 September 2019

KultProekt Gallery

KultProekt is a Moscow gallery dedicated to contemporary art. The gallery was established in 2008. Now KultProekt is a constantly working exhibit space.

KultProekt Gallery conducts thematic art exhibitions presented by complex projects which include the publication of catalogues, master classes of artists and photographers, meetings and lectures.

In 2013, KultProekt Gallery was included in a shortlist for the Kuryokhin Prize with its Invisible Borders project. A year later, in 2014 the gallery was nominated for the Kandinsky Prize for the Urbanism: Pros & Сons project.

Exhibitions prepared by the gallery: Paper. Shape and Condition; Invisible Borders. Season of St. Petersburg Art in Moscow; The Book of the Fugitives. People Carrying the City; Simulation of Harms; Metaphysics of a Still Life; Monuments; The Room of Outcast; Landscapes of Immigration; Biblical Sketches; Transformation; Topography of the Place: View From the Ground and Air; Without Borders. The World of Children's Illustration; Invisible City. Hypertext Space, etc.

Among the artists represented by the gallery are Alexander Konstantinov, Petr Beliy, Maria Kulagina, Mikhail Yahilevich, Viktor Lukin, Yuriy Vashchenko, Yuriy Kuper, Peter Perevesentsev, Igor Shelkovsky, Konstantin Rotov, Sergey Yakunin, Tonino Guerra, Boris Messerer, Gregory Inger, Gabriel Glickman, Vladimir Nasedkin, Andrey Bisti, Valeriy and Natalia Cherkashiny, Olga Bulgakova, etc.

  • Egor Plotnikov (b. 1980) Insignificant #13. 2015 Oil on canvas attached to cardboard 25 х 35 cm Courtesy, the artist
    Egor Plotnikov (b. 1980) Insignificant #13. 2015 Oil on canvas attached to cardboard 25 х 35 cm Courtesy, the artist