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In April 2019, to coincide with the GUM-Red-Line Art Show, a gallery bearing the same name will open on the Third Floor of GUM. The participants of the art show will become the first exhibitors at the new gallery. In the last four years, the project curators have been collaborating with the following artists: Vladimir Dubossarsky, Oleg Kulik, AES+F, Andrey Bartenev, Pavel Pepperstein, Gosha Ostretsov, Georgy Totibadze, Konstantin Zvezdochetov, Alexander Vinogradov, Sergey Bratkov, Semyon Faibisovich, Aidan Salakhova, Bella Levikova, Irina Korina. Later, an expert committee will be founded; it will help to expand the number of artists presented at the gallery with a focus on Russian and international 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.

In April 2019, to coincide with the GUM-Red-Line Art Show, a gallery bearing the same name will open on the Third Floor of GUM. The participants of the art show will become the first exhibitors at the new gallery. In the last four years, the project curators have been collaborating with the following artists: Vladimir Dubossarsky, Oleg Kulik, AES+F, Andrey Bartenev, Pavel Pepperstein, Gosha Ostretsov, Georgy Totibadze, Konstantin Zvezdochetov, Alexander Vinogradov, Sergey Bratkov, Semyon Faibisovich, Aidan Salakhova, Bella Levikova, Irina Korina. Later, an expert committee will be founded; it will help to expand the number of artists presented at the gallery with a focus on Russian and international 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.