"Lyusya" by Maxim Titov. Sinara Art Gallery
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Cutting-Age Contemporary Russian Art Comes to the Urals

05 / 21 / 2021
The Sinara Art Gallery in Yekaterinburg opened with a bang.
This month Sinara Art Gallery, founded by Dmitry Pumpyansky’s Sinara Group in 2004, changed the art scene in Yekaterinburg.

The show marked the emergence of the largest Russian collection of fine contemporary art outside of Moscow.

“This Is All You” displays 112 works of art, including works by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Timur Novikov, Oleg Kulik, AES+F art group, Vladislav Mamyshev-Monro, Dmitry Tsvetkov, Alexander Vinogradov and Vladimir Dubossarsky. Some of the pieces were purchased from the renowned art collector Marat Gelman in 2020, and others have never been shown in public before.

Sergei Popov, an art historian and curator said, “’This Is All You’ throws an important bridge between contemporary art from the Urals and the broader context of contemporary Russian art… It is so inspiring that Yekaterinburg now has a collection that would be an honor to have in anywhere in the world. It will be a thrill to watch this collection expand.”