Leontyevskiy per., 5, 125009 Moscow, Russia / 7499.3933.412 /

A contemporary art Gallery based in Moscow's central district near Tverskoy Blvd. Since its establishment MSK Eastside Gallery has identified and cultivated the careers of visionary Moscow based artists. The gallery has built a reputation for supporting and discovering artists working across disciplines from painting to graffiti writing with a challenging form of creative expression. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am-7pm.


Gary Tatintsian Gallery
Serebryanicheskaya nab., 19, Moskva, Russia, 109028/ 7495.645.4404/

The Gary Tatintsian Gallery, which opened in Moscow in 2005, after its founder moved to Russia, has acquired new premises, which are developed by the design bureau, SPEECH. In his work, the gallery owner emphasizes new art media formats, as well as photography and conceptual design, with clear allusions to the ideas, forms of constructivism, and the avant-garde of the last century. The interior of the new gallery was created with regard to and under the influence of these art and architecture trends. Open: Tue-Fri, 12pm-8pm; Saturday, 12pm-6pm.


4th Syromyatnicheskiy Lane, 1, Bld. 6, 105120, Moscow, Russia / 7499.340.3802

Winzavod is the first and the biggest Сenter of Contemporary Art in Russia. Winzavod unites all the areas of modern culture: exhibitions, festivals, lecture programs, сinema, concerts, theater premieres. In Winzavod everyone can joint art galleries, artists' workshops, designers and photographers studios, art cafes, fashion show-rooms, a bookshop, children's studio and many other things. Winzavod supports the сontemporary art initiatives and the talented young people.Open: Tue-Sun, 1pm - 7:30pm.


Guelman Gallery
105120, Moscow , 4th Syromyatnicheskiy Pereulok 1/ 7495.228.1159/

Guelman Gallery was founded a year before the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 by businessman and art tycoon Marat Guelman. Thus the space became one of the first post-Soviet galleries in Russia. One of the best-known, rebellious, and pioneering spaces in Russia’s contemporary art scene, Guelman has been courting controversy since its emergence, establishing itself as a realm of free thought separate to mainstream Russia. In 2012, however, Guelman announced that while he would continue to organize exhibitions, the gallery would cease commercial art sales. Open: daily except Mondays, from 12pm-8pm.

Gallery Triangle

4th Syromyatnicheskiy Lane, 1, Bld. 6 , 105120, Moscow, Russia / 7499.340.3802 /

The TRIANGLE GALLERY is a contemporary art gallery based in Moscow, Russia. It was founded by the gallerist and art historian Nadia Stepanova, later joined by the curator Alisa Bagdonayte and the art dealer Elvira Tarnogradskaya. The Gallery has opened its doors in February 2015 at the Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, in the heart of the Moscow's contemporary art scene.Its program is focused on the presentation of young emerging and mid-career artists from Russia and abroad. Open: Tue-Sun, 1pm-7:30pm, or by appointment.


Aidan Gallery
4th Syromyatnicheskiy Lane 1/6, Moscow/ 7495.228.1158/

Aidan Gallery is not just a personal workshop Aidan Salakhova where she works and her students, but also a public space in which, for the first time in Moscow, anyone can peek behind the scenes of the creation of contemporary art. Open: Friday from 3pm until 8pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 1pm to 8pm the studio door open to any interested person.


Fine Art Gallery
123001 Moscow, Bolshaya Sadovaya street, 3 bld. 10, Russia/ 7499.251.7649/

Fine Art Gallery was established in 1992. Gallery deals with contemporary art - painting, graphics, sculpture, photography, video installations. Since its establishment our Gallery has held more than 150 exhibitions, which includes exhibitions in MMoMA, in State Russian Museum... The search of young talents and new names is one of Gallery's goals. Open: Mon - Fri: 11am-6pm; Sat: 12am-5pm.


Triumph Gallery
3/8, Ilyinka Street, building 5, Moscow 109012, Russia/ 7495.162.0893/

Triumph Gallery was founded in 2006 by Emelyan Zakharov and Dmitry Khankin. The gallery focuses on contemporary art and works with major Russian and international artists. Triumph Gallery supports young artists through its Launchpad project. Project Triumphoto shows work by photographers three times a year and the seasonal project Method brings together artists working in the same medium or with similar artistic approaches. Open: daily, 11am-8pm.


Большая Дмитровка, 22/1, Moscow, Russia/ 7495.692.82.82/

LUMAS - this brand is already familiar to the people of Berlin, London, Paris, New York and other world capitals. The first gallery was opened in 2004 in Berlin. Now there are more than 28, and they continue to conquer audiences around the world. LUMAS is a series of author's works of impeccable quality at an affordable price. More than 1,400 works from 160 renowned authors and rising talents. All works are signed by the author in person and are available in limited quantities from 75 to 150 copies. Open: Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm.


RuArts Gallery
1st Zachatievskiy per., 10, Moscow, Russia, 119034/ 7495.637.44.75/

RuArts Gallery was founded by collector Marianna Sardarova in 2004. The gallery space, designed by Anton Nadtochiy and Vera Butko (architectural bureau "Atrium"), is one of the largest in Moscow and located in “museum quarter” in the centre of the city and occupies more than 800 square meters. RuArts Gallery is one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Moscow and presents various types of art including painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture and installation. Open: Tue-Sat, 12am-8pm.


Eritazh Gallery
20/1 Petrovka street, Moscow 127051 Russia/ 7495.625.0228/

Since 2008 the gallery has been located in the historic heart of Moscow on Petrovka street, where for eight years it has been hosting an active exhibition schedule, and organising master classes, lectures, round tables, and dinners for collectors. In the beginning, the gallery specialised in works by artists of the first wave Russian diaspora. It is now expanding its scope and presenting Russian art from the first half of the 20th century, as well as modern art. The gallery has presented more than 80 exhibitions, including events at museum venues. Open: Mon-Fri, 11am-8pm.