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07 05 2021

Fragment Gallery artists, Dagnini and Alexander Shchurenkov, participate in NADA House 2021 where they present a project entitled «Date with America» devoted to the post-Soviet interpretation of the American Dream. The site-specific installation created by the artists reflects, on the one hand, how the American Dream has been reduced to a collection of things after...

08 04 2021

Our gallery artist Jura Shust is currently presenting his project «Neophyte II» in the framework of «Every Day. Art, Solidarity, Resistance», a group exhibition at Mystetskyi Arsenal (Kyiv, Ukraine). At the time when Belarus is shaken by a major political crisis accompanied by mass protests and unprecedented repressions, while the whole world is gripped by...

02 04 2021

We’re really excited to announce that our gallery artists Dagnini and Alexander Shchurenkov will participate in the third edition of NADA House, a collaborative, public exhibition in New York organised by The New Art Dealers Alliance. The event will take place May 8—August 1, 2021 in an expanded format, with gallery presentations in over 50...

25 03 2021

Our gallery artist, Alexander Shchurenkov, is participating in the group exhibition «Assuming Distance: Speculations, Fakes, and Predictions in the Age of the Coronacene» that opens on March 26 at the Garage Museum. The exhibition presents works by Alexander Shchurenkov from the «Stone-cold» series. The series grew out of Shchurenkov’s long-term interest in crystals, combined with...

03 03 2021

In 2020 the artist of our gallery Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov won a grant from Swiss arts council Pro Helvetia which promotes cultural exchange, develop and nurture long-term partnerships, initiate co-productions and support residencies. Now, within the framework of the grant, Ilya is participating in the Atelier Mondial residency in Basel, Switzerland  where he works on his...

03 03 2021

We are proud to announce that Pacifico Sillano’s book «I Wish I Never Saw The Sunshine» in collaboration with Loose Joints Publishing is out now! It represents the artist’s research on LGBT identity and print culture with imagery taken from vintage gay pornography magazines folded inside a hardcover casing. It is a 4-metre long book...

18 02 2021

We are happy to announce that Center Stage, whose partner has been Fragment Gallery since Summer 2020, participates in the Queer And Now 2021 festival hosted by the Tate Gallery and curated by E-J Scott (Museum of Transology). The main goal of the festival is to celebrate the powerful role of LGBTQIA+ arts and culture...

16 02 2021

We are happy to announce that Center Stage, whose partner has been Fragment Gallery since Summer 2020, participates in the Queer And Now 2021 festival hosted by the Tate Gallery and curated by E-J Scott (Museum of Transology). The main goal of the festival is to celebrate the powerful role of LGBTQIA+ arts and culture...

29 12 2020

Center Stage begins its exhibition series of the 2020 international open call winners. The first of these is «Disidentification», an exhibition by the London-based artist and filmmaker Antonia Luxem at Fragment gallery space (Moscow, Russia). The exhibition at Fragment Gallery is the artist’s first solo exhibition. Four film works are shown at Luxem’s exhibition, the...

01 12 2020

Today is the opening of NADA Miami art fair, which will last until December 5. Fragment Gallery presents two artists: Patricia Ayres and Lisa Ivory. All works are presented at NADA’s Online Viewing Room at newartdealers.org Lisa Ivory’s works will be also shown offline at the Raster gallery in Warsaw. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic,...

10 11 2020

Fragment Gallery will participate in the NADA Miami international art fair (December 1-5), presenting two new artists: Patricia Ayres from the USA and a British artist Lisa Ivory. Ayres’ practice relates to stories of isolation, separation, and confinement. She analyzes the mechanisms of physical and psychological control and restricts the body from the penal and...

10 11 2020

In August 2020, an international non-profit project dedicated to support LGBTQIA+ artists and curators was announced. The first initiative of the project was an open call for artists held in the following categories: a nomination for artists in early career stage (with no age limit) and a «Zine»‎ category. The jurors decided to cancel the...