Triumph Gallery presents contemporary art within an extensive multi-format program including solo and group exhibitions, institutional collaborations, research initiatives and interdisciplinary projects.
Contemporary art, no matter how progressive and avant-garde it may be acclaimed, is hardly imagined without interacting with cultural artifacts from different eras. One of the tools in the arsenal — is a new reading or reinterpretation. It is expressed in various homages, references to pictorial styles, iconic works of art, and even particular artists. Involvement in the historical context helps to reinterpret new meanings not only in the past art era but also create an upscale contemporary cultural landscape.
Triumph Gallery in terms of St. Petersburg Art Fair "1703" presents the works of artists who refer to various cultural forms, techniques and phenomena in art history. Among the artists represented at the booth are well-known legends of Russian contemporary art like Alexandra Vertinskaya, Maxim Ksuta, Maria Safronova, as well as new names — Vladimir Kartashov, Dasha Maltseva. A distinctive optics in this exposition is demonstrated by the Korean artist Lee Chinzhu, who presents a special look, layering compositional aspects and both Asian and European techniques.