In September 2020, the Alina Pinsky Gallery for the fourth time took part in the Cosmoscow International Contemporary Art Fair, where it presented in every sense a bright, unusual combination of design and art objects.
The architecture of the stand is inspired by the aesthetics of the eighties and graphic geometric shapes.
The gallery presented serious objects of the Memphis group, the minimalist modern design of the Berlin duo One Plus Eleven, new works by Igor Chelkovsky, paintings by Dunya Zakharova and photographs by Tim Parshchikov.
Traditionally, it has not been without modernist classics – the legendary minimalist chaise lounge by Paul Kjarholm, which adorns any design exposition on both sides of the ocean.
In addition, the gallery displays works by contemporary designers Vadim Kibardin and Denis Milovanov, as well as works by two famous Russian artists of geometric abstraction – Vladimir Andreenkov and Mikhail Chernyshov.