DiDi Art Gallery
62 Bolshoy Prospect V. O., Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7921.945.5855/

DiDi Gallery was established in 2003 and specializes in the Moscow and Leningrad non-official underground art of the second half of the 20th century. The DiDi gallery's art collection is formed of many valuable, high-quality pieces. The names of their creators have made Russian art history throughout the past century, and are now not only presented in museums in Russia but throughout the world, including the leading foreign auction houses. Open: Mon - Fri, 12 am – 8 pm; Sat - Sun: 12 am – 7 pm.


Anna Nova Art Gallery
Jukovskogo street, 28 , Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7812.7198.272/

St. Petersburg gallery Anna Nova, opened in 2005, nowadays is one of the leading Russian galleries working in the field of contemporary art. The gallery purposefully sets out to promote contemporary visual art, presenting and selling works of Russian and foreign artists of different art trends: from underground masters to the celebrities of modern art. Open: Tue - Sat, 12 am - 7 pm.


Onegin Art Gallery
Italiyanskaya str., 11, Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7812.5700.058 /

Onegin Art Gallery houses one of the most prestigious collections of contemporary art in St. Petersburg. It is known throughout the world for its professionalism and expertise. The gallery’s staff is comprised of highly qualified experts, critics and managers, who provide the highest level of professionalism in selecting, exhibiting, appraising the quality and delivering art work. Open: daily, 9 am - 9 pm.


Fontanka river embankment, 24, Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7812.2730.056/

KGallery Art Gallery is on the market of Russian art since 2005. Along with the permanent exhibition and the gallery's activities, KGallery is actively engaged in collecting works of art with main interest is Russian art. The scope of activities of the gallery is very extensive: these tasks include not only the exhibition projects, but also actively participated in the artistic life of St. Petersburg, publishing, support and advice in the acquisition of works of art, sale, evaluation and purchase of antiques. KGallery has a large collection of Russian art of the second half of the XIX - the XX-th century. Open: Mon-Fri, 11 am - 8 pm; Sat-Sun, 12 am - 6 pm.


Molbert art gallery
Bolshaya Konyushennaya ul., 11, Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7812.4380.114 /

Easel Gallery - modern dynamic art space, representing the cross-section of international art 20-21 centuries. Gallery opened in 2011 and at that time held more than eighty exhibitions of Russian and foreign artists. In addition to its exhibition hall gallery organizes projects in other major venues of St. Petersburg and cities of Russia. One of the directions of our activity - to provide foreign art in St. Petersburg. Including Russian artists living in other countries. Open: Wed-Sun, 12 am - 8 pm.


Gallery of Modern Art "Moss-18"
Mokhovaya Str. 18, Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7812.2753.383/

GM-18 art gallery was established in December of 2008 and soon managed to take its own niche in the cultural landscape of the Northern Capital of Russia. Free from narrow limits of strict format and strong conception gallery tends to cover the whole versatile and dynamic art process of San Petersburg, Russia. The gallery’s “record of services” is already more than respectable. GM-18 art gallery represents both young promising artists with original artistic thinking and famous masters, who have already got recognition in Russia and abroad. In terms of solo and group exhibition projects which the gallery presents once a month following the initially established intensive pace of exposition change one never meets accidental names or “run-of-the-mill” works. Open: Mon-Sat, 11:30 am - 7:30 pm.


Rachmaninov Garden
Kazanskaya street, 5, Saint Petersburg, Russia/ 7921.9568.856/

RACHMANINOV GARDEN – a contemporary exposition space situated in the center of Saint-Petersburg. Since its foundation in 2005, projects are held here non-stop, representing the work of the best photographers in the Northern Capital, Russia and several foreign countries. The project was held from 2006 till 2012, with the assistance of the Union of Photoartists of Russia. More than 40 masters of photography had shown their works here, reflecting the main directions of development of the Saint- Petersburg art photography at the stated period.