Shchukin The major fields of activity of the gallery are contemporary art, modern art, and, first of all, actual art.

Gallery SHCHUKIN is an international project with a representative office in Moscow and gallery exhibition space in Paris and New York. In continuous quest for new names, Gallery Shchukin works both with prominent contemporary artists and promising young authors. Among the most renowned painters, this gallery co-operates with such laureates of international prizes and permanent exhibit participant

s as David Datuna, Sasha Semenov, Andrey Shchelokov, Aladdin Garunov, Vladimir Migachev, Natalia Zaloznaya, Igor Tishin and others. Gallery Shchukin invests in art, performs expert appraisal of works of art, supports and promotes painters, consults collectors, implements significant high-level international art projects, and participates in art fairs globally, from the USA to China. The founder of Gallery Shchukin, the collector Nikolay Shchukin, is a psychologist and psychoanalyst by training and a former practitioner. Presently, Mr Shchukin works on the universal concept of psychology and sociology of art. The Moscow representative office of Gallery Shchukin was established primarily to familiarize the Russian audience with celebrated and young artists this Gallery has been working with, and to carry out large-scale socially significant educational and museum projects in this part of the world.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEShchukin Foundation and Victor Gallery is Delighted to Unveil Partnership for 2024 Exhibition Seaso...


Shchukin Foundation and Victor Gallery is Delighted to Unveil Partnership for 2024 Exhibition Season in New York

New York, NY - May 23, 2024 - The Shchukin Foundation is delighted to unveil its partnership with Victor Gallery, launching with a preview of the 2024 exhibition season starting today, May 23rd. This collaboration will feature three distinct exhibitions, each offering unique insights into 20th-century art history and pop culture, as well as the evolution of collector’s tastes. The exhibitions will be held at the Fine Arts Building, located at 232 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022.

"Bob Stanley: Artworks from the 60s to 80s" (May 23rd - June 18th)

Dive into the vibrant cultural landscape of the 1960s and 70s with "Bob Stanley: Artworks from the 60s to 80s." This exhibition, curated by the Shchukin Foundation in collaboration with Victor Gallery, explores the seminal works of Bob Stanley, an American artist renowned for his exploration of consumerist culture and commercial imagery. Stanley's provocative pieces, including rarely-seen paintings from the 1970s, offer a compelling commentary on society's relationship with desire and commodification.

"William Quigley x Willem De Kooning: Pound to Pound" (June 19th - July 21st)

"Pound to Pound" presents a visual dialogue between two artistic titans: William Quigley and Willem De Kooning. This exhibition juxtaposes the dynamic styles of Quigley and De Kooning, highlighting their shared themes and divergent approaches. From Quigley's contemporary sensibilities to De Kooning's iconic brushwork, "Pound to Pound" promises a captivating exploration of artistic expression.

"Works from the Robert Gottlieb Collection" (July 24th - September 8th)

Discover the discerning eye of Robert Gottlieb, Chairman of Trident Media Group, through a curated selection of works from his esteemed collection. This exhibition celebrates Gottlieb's eclectic tastes and showcases unique pieces amassed over four decades, including paintings and sculptures by acclaimed artists such as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Michail Chemiakine. Robert Gottlieb co-founded Trident Media Group, the top-ranked literary agency in book publishing for nearly twenty years. Known for his innovative approach to literary agenting, he has significantly contributed to the success of many New York Times bestselling authors and has established a global reputation for maximizing his authors' brands.

Join us in experiencing these remarkable exhibitions at Victor Gallery, located at 232 E 59th, New York, NY 10022. The preview dates is May 23, 2024 - June 1st, with each exhibition running for a limited time.

We are deeply saddened to share the news of the passing of Nikolay Shchukin, a visionary who profoundly shaped the world...

We are deeply saddened to share the news of the passing of Nikolay Shchukin, a visionary who profoundly shaped the world of art. Born in Moscow in 1953 and leaving us in Tallinn in 2024, Nikolay was not just the founder of Galerie Shchukin and the Shchukin Foundation but also a beacon of innovation and passion in the art community.

Driven by a deep understanding of the intricate dance between psychology and the visual arts, Nikolay, initially a psychotherapist, ventured into the art world. Alongside Marina Shchukin, he laid the foundation for Gallery SHCHUKIN in Moscow in 1987, illuminating the path for contemporary Russian artists to the global stage. His pioneering spirit was evident in his instrumental role in the inaugural Sotheby's auction in Moscow in 1988.

His curatorial mastery shone brightly in "Jewels in Mud," a landmark exhibition at the Tampere Art Museum in Finland, showcasing the zenith of Russian contemporary art. The series "The Russian Collection represents…" further highlighted his commitment to bridging cultures, featuring a diverse array of artists from Armenia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Russia.

Nikolay's relentless pursuit of excellence led him to oversee "Mystery of Steppe Pyramids," an exhibition that unveiled golden treasures dating back to the 4th century B.C., among other significant projects that spanned continents and decades. His collaborations with The State Tretyakov Gallery, the Museum of ICC NTT “Matrix XX century,” and the State Museum of East demonstrated his dedication to the preservation and celebration of art in all its forms.

The expansion of Gallery SHCHUKIN to Paris and New York cemented its status as a crucible for avant-garde, non-conformist, and emerging talents, showcasing works from the indigenous Buryat sculptor Dashi Namdakov to Russian Avant-Garde masterpieces by Goncharova, Rozanova and Popova.

Nikolay's legacy is indelibly etched in the realms of creativity, innovation, and the transformative power of art. As we mourn his loss, we also celebrate his monumental contributions that have left a lasting imprint on the world. Gallery SHCHUKIN and the broader art community will continue to honor his visionary spirit by championing the values he held dear.

Our hearts go out to Marina Shchukin, their family, and all whose lives were enriched by Nikolay's extraordinary existence. He is survived by his wife, Marina, and their four children, ensuring his remarkable path is remembered and continued. Details of the memorial services will be shared to honor his legacy. Let us come together to pay homage to a remarkable life dedicated to the beauty and understanding of art.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Show

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary Art Show

Dear Supporters and Art Enthusiasts We wanted to take a moment to thank you for your valued support of the Shchukin Gall...

Dear Supporters and Art Enthusiasts

We wanted to take a moment to thank you for your valued support of the Shchukin Gallery. We appreciate your passion for art and continued interest in our gallery and the artists we represent.

We are excited to announce that we are launching a new mailing list to keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings and events taking place at the gallery. As a subscriber, you will receive regular updates on our new acquisitions, special events, and exclusive content that we only share with our most loyal clients and supporters.

By signing up for our mailing list, you can stay connected with us and learn about the newest additions to our collection of contemporary and classical pieces. You'll be the first to know about upcoming exhibits, new artists we're featuring, and other exciting developments that are taking place in the world of art.

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Thank you again for your continued support and interest in the Shchukin Gallery. We look forward to staying connected with you through our mailing list.

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Dmitry Shchukin

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Invite to the Art Wynwood 2023

Invite to the Art Wynwood 2023

Attention art lovers! The Gallery SHCHUKIN is proud to announce its upcoming exhibition at ART WYNWOOD in Miami, Florida...

Attention art lovers! The Gallery SHCHUKIN is proud to announce its upcoming exhibition at ART WYNWOOD in Miami, Florida from February 16th to 19th, 2023. This event promises to showcase some of the finest works from renowned artists, offering a unique and immersive experience for visitors.

Whether you're an avid collector or simply enjoy admiring beautiful works of art, this is an event not to be missed. So mark your calendars and join us for a celebration of creativity and inspiration at ART WYNWOOD. We look forward to seeing you there!

Аладдин Гарунов exhibition New Museum of Russian Art

Аладдин Гарунов exhibition New Museum of Russian Art


"Color is my daylong obsession, joy, and torment."
— Claude Monet

Happy birthday to the iconic Impressionist painter Claude Monet, born November 14, 1840, in Normandy, France.

In 1893, Monet—a passionate horticulturist—purchased land with a pond near his property in Giverny, intending to build something "for the pleasure of the eye and also for motifs to paint."

The result was his water-lily garden. From 1899 on, he repeatedly turned to the subject, attempting to capture every observation, impression, and reflection of the flowers and water.

See more than 30 works by Monet on view at The Met:

🎨 Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926). Water Lilies, Reflections of Weeping Willows, ca. 1918. Oil on canvas. Private collection.

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Oleg Tselkov 15.07.1934 - 11.07.2021Our sincerest and heartfelt condolences to the family of the great Russian artist Ol...

Oleg Tselkov 15.07.1934 - 11.07.2021

Our sincerest and heartfelt condolences to the family of the great Russian artist Oleg Tselkov, his wife Antonina and daughter Olga.

PARIS, September 14th, Exhibition of a prominent artist Oleg Tselkov was opened at Gallery Shchukin at 4, avenue Matignon. Show is on view till October, 21st.


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