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+7 (495) 788-4343 info@gum.ru
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ГУМ-Red-Line

www.gum-red-line.ru
+7(495) 620 3389

The GUM-Red-Line Gallery occupies a space of 280 SM in the front of GUM. Its windows exit onto the Red Square. Besides the spectacular architecture of Alexander Pomerantsev, these halls bear an extraordinary historical heritage – this is the actual location of the Henry Brocard Gallery that was opened right here in 1893. The exhibitions of Brocard, a notable Moscow perfume magnate and collector, were displayed for almost ten years and turned GUM – at the time, the Upper Trading Rows – fr om a prestigious shopping center into one of the most popular leisure venues for the Muscovites. The concerts and artistic soirées that became quite popular gave a boost to the prestige of the shopping center. Contemporary art found its place in the Soviet GUM as well – Vladimir Mayakovsky and Alexander Rodchenko managed the department store’s advertisement campaigns at the beginning of the 1920s.

While maintaining the legacy of the past, GUM-Red-Line Gallery is seen as a starting point for the cultivation of a new cultural space, wh ere GUM customers can get an insight into contemporary art.

The GUM-Red-Line Gallery occupies a space of 280 SM in the front of GUM. Its windows exit onto the Red Square. Besides the spectacular architecture of Alexander Pomerantsev, these halls bear an extraordinary historical heritage – this is the actual location of the Henry Brocard Gallery that was opened right here in 1893. The exhibitions of Brocard, a notable Moscow perfume magnate and collector, were displayed for almost ten years and turned GUM – at the time, the Upper Trading Rows – fr om a prestigious shopping center into one of the most popular leisure venues for the Muscovites. The concerts and artistic soirées that became quite popular gave a boost to the prestige of the shopping center. Contemporary art found its place in the Soviet GUM as well – Vladimir Mayakovsky and Alexander Rodchenko managed the department store’s advertisement campaigns at the beginning of the 1920s.

While maintaining the legacy of the past, GUM-Red-Line Gallery is seen as a starting point for the cultivation of a new cultural space, wh ere GUM customers can get an insight into contemporary art.

Gallery
ГУМ
109012 Москва Красная площадь, 3
8 (800) 700-28-28 internetboutique@gum.ru