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Galeyev Gallery

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Established  May 2006 (2006-05)
Founded  2006
Curator  Ildar Galeyev
Phone  +7 495 699-85-50
Location  Bolshoi Kozikhinsii Pereulok, Moscow, Russia
Address  Bolshoy Kozikhinskiy per., 19/6, Moskva, Russia, 123001
Hours  Open today · 11AM–7PMFriday11AM–7PMSaturday11AM–7PMSunday11AM–7PMMondayClosedTuesday11AM–7PMWednesday11AM–7PMThursday11AM–7PM
Similar  Moscow House of Photography, Shchusev Museum of Architecture, ART4RU Contemporary Art Muse, Bulgakov Museum in Moscow, Pushkin Museum

Galeyev Gallery (in Russian: Галеев Галерея) is a gallery specializing in the 20th century Russian art of the pre-World War II period. It was founded in May 2006, and it is located in the heart of Moscow's historic and cultural center, on Bolshoi Kozikhinskii Pereulok, near Patriarchs Ponds.

The gallery's inaugural exhibition, Linocuts of the 1930s, which featured the works of Lev Lapin (1889–1962) began the museum's tradition of exhibiting previously unknown artworks of the 1920s and 1930s. Some of these exhibitions are of work by artists who are not well known, while others are lesser-known works of the more famous artists of that era. Each exhibition is dedicated to one artist, and features only his or her works.


  • Lev Lapin, Linocuts of the 1930's
  • Vladimir Kudryashev
  • Max Penson, Photographic Heritage 1920-1930
  • 2007:

  • Herta Nemenova, Autolithographies 1930's-1970's
  • Alexei Uspenskii, Paintings/Graphics
  • Boris Smirnov, Photography 1930's-40's
  • Dina Khodjayeva (Penson), Photography without Second Takes
  • Tirsa Nikolai Andreyevich
  • 2008:

  • Vladimir Greenberg
  • Alexandr Rusakov, Works on Paper
  • Eva Levina, Graphic Cycles
  • 2009:

  • 2 Centuries of Russian Graphics (private collections)
  • Vera Ermolaeva
  • TASS Photographers, Chronicles of the Krushchev Thaw 1955-1963
  • Victor Ufimtsev Samarkandia
  • Nikolai Ionin
  • Pre-war Leningrad lithography
  • 2010:

  • Memorable - War-time Paintings, drawings, photographs and posters
  • Chingiz Akhmarov
  • Boris Smirnov
  • Moscow Collectors Club exhibition.
  • 2011:

  • Savitskii's Wreath
  • Yurii Velikanov
  • References

    Galeyev Gallery Wikipedia