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Cosmoscow 2014

Olga Kisseleva, Olya Kroytor

19.09.2014 - 21.09.2014

Artwin Gallery was founded in June 2012 bysisters Madina and Mariana Gogova. Before opening its new space in February 2015, Artwin Gallery organized exhibitions in museum venues, such as MMOMA andMuseum of Arts in Almaty, actively supporting the artists on its roster, and participating in contemporary art fairs. The gallery’s main objectives are to create a platform for dialogue between artists of different countries and generations,and to promote emerging Russian art both at home and abroad. Artwin Gallery’sfocus on Russian artists, its bold approach to curating and exhibition making,and its in-depth understanding of the art market in Russia and CIS countries,allows the gallery to create extraordinary projects across a wide range ofstyles and genres of contemporary art: from painting, sculpture, photographyand installation, to video and multimedia projects. Artwin Gallery has participated in multiple international exhibitions and biennales, including theIV Moscow International Biennale of Young, VI Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Cosmoscow (2014), and the Artbat Fest, afestival of contemporary art in Almaty (2014 and 2015), just to name a few. The gallery also helps foster the growth of contemporary art through a series of lectures and round table discussions featuring art world professionals, as wellas its contributions to other educational initiatives, like the gallery’scollaboration with the Turandot Academy. Artwin Gallery currently works withartists Olga Kisseleva, Olya Kroytor, Oksana Mas, Almagul Menlibaeva, Gulnur Mukazhanova, Dima Rebus, Liza Haust and Katya Shkolnik. Its new space measures 130 square meters in the historic center of Moscow, in the building of MaisonDellos, a strategic partner of the gallery.  In May 2015 Madina Gogova was appointed Minister of Culture of Karachay – Cherkess Republic, and the gallery is currently ran by MarianaGogova.