ASKERI GALLERY is a Moscow-based contemporary art gallery founded by Polina Askeri in 2016, and since then has realized many exhibition and charity projects in Russia and abroad. ASKERI GALLERY sells art and collaborates with a small number of artists, strategically building their career paths. The gallery works with both young and internationally renowned artists whose work reflects the major trends in contemporary Western and Eastern art.
ASKERI GALLERY presents at the 1703 art-fair Russian artists, who reflect the goals and aims of contemporary art: revival, achievement of internal and external harmony, unity of people and culture. ASKERI GALLERY showcases works from Aggregation series by artist Kwang Yong Chun, participant of event program of 59th Venice Biennale. Works of Kwan Yong Chun reflect the phenomenon of modern Korean culture: the clash of the Eastern traditions with the development of Western technologies.
The works of Russian authors Pavel Polyansky, Daria Kotlyarova and Vladimir Ivanov combine views of the past and the future, of fantasy and reality. All three artists depict both the past and the future, fantastic and real. The bright paintings of Polyansky, the fantasy works of Kotlyarova and the childishly naive and bright sculptures of Ivanov are impressive, giving love and respect for the past and motivation to go into the future. The gallery offers visitors a charge of positive energy, which is so necessary now.