On September 21st was the official opening of ART MOSCOW 2011. From September 21-25, the largest art fair in Eastern Europe will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary in the Russian capital, Moscow. As we already wrote in previous post, this year, forty-one art galleries are participating in the show, including two galleries from Latvia: Alma, which is taking part this year for the first time, and Rīgas Galerija (Riga Gallery), a long-time participant. The gallery Temnikova & Kasela is participating from Estonia, andScandinavia is represented by the Helsinki gallery Forsblom, which collaborates both with Finnish and international artists, presenting such figures as Julian Schnabel and St. Petersburg artist Sergei Bugaev (Afrika). A wealth of Moscow galleries—fifteen—are taking part in the fair, along with galleries from New York, Tokyo, London (White Space Gallery, which represents Russian contemporary art), and other international cities.
See Arterritory.com photo report on the opening day of the fair ART MOSCOW 2011: