Gary Tatintsian Gallery, previously located in Chelsea, New York, expanded in 2005 to a new space in Moscow historical centre — right next to the Red Square. “We can do it!” project first opened the space with the works by Peter Halley, Vik Muniz, Tony Matelli, Tony Oursler, Antony Gormley and Stephan Balkenhol. Following the priority course to the contemporary Western art, avant-garde, photography, new media and conceptual design, gallery presented to Russian public the works by such world-known artists as Damien Hirst, Joel-Peter Witkin, Tal R, Peter Halley, Yasumasa Morimura, Christopher Wool, Peter Doig, Daniel Richter, Jonathan Meese, Cecily Brown, Georg Baselitz, Chris Ofili, Dirk Skreber, Tony Matelli and George Condo.
Gallery photography projects focused on the inheritance of a XX century art with the show by Weegee, Alexander Rodchenko, László Moholy-Nagy and Helmar Lerski.
In September 2013 gallery opens a new space with «Electric Spirit» personal show by
Anselm Reyle. New gallery space is settled in the ArtHouse building located in Moscow city centre in the middle of new Moscow art area. Gallery space contains three large exhibition rooms with a total area more over 900 square metres. Since 2013 gallery has already held the exhibitions of such established artists as Jonh Miller, Tony Matelli, Olaf Breuning (Mar — Jun 2014 group show), Wim Delvoye (Jun — Nov 2014, with parallel show at The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts), Lee Ufan (Nov 2014 — Mar 2015), Evgeny Chubarov (Apr — Nov 2015).
In November 2015, The Gallery opened group show “MUTATED REALITY”, featuring selected works by Francis Bacon, Chuck Close, George Condo, Wim Delvoye, Carroll Dunham, KAWS, Mike Kelley, Tony Matelli, Malcolm Morley and Peter Saul.
In April 2016, the Gallery presented personal show by American artist Peter Saul for the first time in Moscow. In November 2016, The Gallery opened personal show by Ron Arad.
In the end of March 2017, The Gallery opened the personal show by established British artist — Damien Hirst. The exhibition includes iconic Butterfly and bright, geometric Spin paintings, colorful Spot canvases, and famous Medicine and Instrumental cabinets.
In June 2017, the Gallery opened a personal exhibition of the American neo-conseptualist (Neo-Geo) artist Peter Halley. For the Moscow show Halley created new series of works that combined his classic style and experimental color strategy.
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