Nadja Brykina Gallery

Nadja Brykina Gallery

Zurich  •  Moscow  •  St. Petersburg
About
Nadja Brykina Gallery was opened in Zurich in 2006. Its concept focuses on Russian art from the second half of the 20th century up to present time. In 2010, the gallery’s branch was opened in Moscow. Many artists represented in the gallery rank among the Nonconformists.
Nadja Brykina Gallery was opened in Zurich in 2006. Its concept focuses on Russian art from the second half of the 20th century up to present time. In 2010, in order to emphasize its connection to the Eastern European art world and the Russian artists the gallery’s branch was opened in Moscow. Many artists represented in the gallery rank among the Nonconformists. They did not join the ruling party nor its official art – the Socialist Realism – nor did they join the political underground. In their isolation, they followed their own artistic pursuit. The spectrum of artworks ranges from painting to illustrations: from graphics to sculpture. Since 1996, Nadja Brykina has been constantly releasing monographs, artists’ books and exhibition catalogues in several languages.
http://www.brykina.com
VAT ID#: CHE-112.836.365
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