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17 09 2020

Opening of the first exhibition by a new gallery-sharing initiative called Open Circle pioneered by Fragment Gallery was held in Moscow on 17 September. The theme of the first collaborative exhibition, which occupies a whole Fragment gallery space, is ‘The New (Sur)Realism’. It reflects, in the best possible way, times we all live in and...

10 09 2020

Until September 13, the only Russian truly large-scale contemporary art fair Cosmoscow runs in Gostiny Dvor. This year it is one of the very few to take place offline. We present the works by three artists: Russian artist Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov, Belarusian artist living and working in Berlin Jura Shust and American artist Pacifico Silano. We’ll...

09 09 2020

Fragment Gallery is now the first Russian gallery to become a member of the American non-profit organization The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) dedicated to supporting of global arts community and developing a dialogue between various points in the contemporary art industry. On the photo: Fragment gallery’s booth at NADA Miami 2019 with the artworks...

21 08 2020

Congratulation to our gallery’s artist Dagnini. She has become the winner of Innovation-2020 Art Prize in the “New Generation” category for the project “Disk (D:)” presented in our gallery.

20 08 2020

We are happy to announce that Fragment gallery has become a partner for Center Stage initiative to support LGBTQIA+ artists and curators in early career stage. Center Stage is a new non-profit project conducting international open calls, funding and organising exhibitions, publishing zines, and helping artists in early career stages to visit important artistic residencies. Fragment...

25 05 2020

Today we’re launching a new page on Viewing room. It is about our gallery’s artist Alexey Martins. Follow the link, sign in and you’ll have access to unique content, which will allow for better understanding of Alexey’s artistic practice. And furthermore, you can acquire his new works on the platform. The artist’s portfolio includes more than...

15 05 2020

Our gallery is participating in the new online art fair titled FAIR organized by The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA). The launch of the online fair, which will last for 4 weeks, will take place on May 20 on thisisfair.org. Each participating gallery will present a series of artworks every Wednesday (May 20, May 27,...

05 05 2020

Today we’re launching the second page on Viewing room. It is about Ilya Fedotov-Fedorov. The artist’s portfolio includes a large number of solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries in Russia and abroad. The artist was nominee for the State Prize in Contemporary Art “Innovation-2018” in the category “New Generation” (Russia). Ilya participated in...

14 04 2020

Today we’re launching online Viewing room which is basically not an online shop, it’s enriched with special programming and will allow the viewers to better understand the work of our gallery’s artists. We begin with Dagnini. Follow the link, sign in, and you’ll get a unique opportunity to see the artist’s new works, to ask...

28 03 2020

“Disk (D:)” by our gallery’s artist Dagnini has been nominated for the “Innovation” Prize in the “New Generation” category. In this project, which is dedicated to nostalgia for the age of mass distribution of ОS Windows 95/98 and to the political turmoil in Russia in the ’90s, Dagnini refers to the emotional experience and, mixing digital...

12 03 2020

“NEOPHYTE” by our gallery’s artist Jura Shust has entered into the long list of Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award in the “Best Media Object” category. Shust’s project, blending the archaic with the post-industrial while reviving the sacred concept of humankind’s inclusion in the global system, is an effort to shed light upon the intimate ties...

24 01 2020

Artforum, one of the world’s leading art magazines, published an article in the Critics’ Picks section about Jura Shust’s solo exhibition “NEOPHYTE” which is now running in our gallery’s space. Fragment Gallery has become the first Russian gallery to have a review of its exhibition project published in Artforum. You can read the full article...