Ural Vision Gallery / UVG Art Gallery

Sheinkman street, 10

620014 Yekaterinburg


Phone : +73433777750

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Mobile Ph. : +79126091422

URL : uralvisiongallery.com

Falk Miksa utca, 7

1055 Budapest


Phone : +3619515468

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Alla and Viktor Loshchenko   (Owner)

Ksenia Heifetz   (Art Director)

Maria Sklyarova   (Art Manager)


Ural Vision Gallery is an international art space that was founded in 2012 by Alla and Viktor Loshchenko in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The core business of the gallery is formation of the collection of contemporary art – Ural Vision Foundation. It also includes artworks that were inherited as a result of ART-SLOVAR gallery (2009-2012) – paintings and graphics of the Ural artists, as well as works of Western European engravings dated XVI-XIX centuries. Mission of the Ural Vision Foundation is to preserve Russian contemporary cultural and artistic heritage on Russian territory by collecting artworks of contemporary authors.
The July 10th, 2015 the second branch of the art gallery was opened in Budapest, Hungary, it functions as an art-residence and an exhibition space. Art gallery activities aim to create the necessary conditions for Russian artists to create in Europe, exhibiting and selling artworks of contemporary Russian art, and also consulting in field of contemporary art and culture.
Galaxy of established and young artists from Saint-Petersburg was presented to collectors and connoisseur of art: Vitaly Pushnitskiy, Grigory Maiofis, Evgeny Yufit and others as well as artists form Eastern and Western Europe: Tony Cragg, Paul Horn, Csaba Nemes, Zsolt Asztalos etc. UVG also presented solo exhibitions of the following Russian artists: Olga Tobreluts, Igor Pestov, Andrey Gorbunov, Ivan Plusch, Dima Shorin, Ilya Gaponov, Rostan Tavasiev; emerging artists Danil Arkhipenko, Irina Drozd, Maksim Svishev, Aljoscha.

N/A -  Dmitry Shorin

Dmitry Shorin N/A

Hermes - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Hermes
2019, porcelain bisque, gloss, gold luster, 43 х 21 х 22 cm (16,9 x 8,2 x 8,6 inches)
Edition: 1/5

Sphinx - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Sphinx
2019, porcelain bisque, gloss, 16 х 30 х 11 cm (6,2 x 11,8 x 4,3 inches)
Edition: 2/5

Secret Service -  Dmitry Shorin

Dmitry Shorin Secret Service
2019, Oil on canvas, 138x980 cm (54.3 x 77.9 inches)

Budapest-Miami -  Dmitry Shorin

Dmitry Shorin Budapest-Miami

Late Lunch #1 -  Ilya Gaponov

Ilya Gaponov Late Lunch #1
2019, Oil and Bitumen on canvas, 150x150 cm (59x59 inches)

Late Lunch #3 -  Ilya Gaponov

Ilya Gaponov Late Lunch #3
2019, Oil and bitumen on canvas, 100x180 cm (39.3x 70.8 inches)

Late Lunch #2 -  Ilya Gaponov

Ilya Gaponov Late Lunch #2
2019, Oil and bitumen on canvas, 100x180 cm (39.3x70.8 inches)

Golden Aphrodite - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Golden Aphrodite
2019, Stereo-vario print on lenticular panel, d=90cm (35.4 inches)

Antinous - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Antinous
2019, Stereo-vario print on lenticular panel, d= 90 cm (35,4 inches)

Transcoder #2 - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Transcoder #2
2018, Oil on canvas, d= 175 cm (69 inches)

Transcoder #1 - Olga Tobreluts

Olga Tobreluts Transcoder #1

Exhibiting Artists

  • Ilya Gaponov  (+)

    Biography : 2003-2005 Petersburg fund of culture and arts "Institute PRO ARTE", The program "New technologies in the modern art" 2004 National schools of fine arts, Paris (workshop Vincent BARRE, Ecole Nationale Superieure des BEAUX ARTS, Paris) 2001-2006 M.F.A. The State Academy of Art and Design (the Mukhina Academy of Arts) faculty of monumental and decoration painting, a workshop prof. O.I. Kuznetsov 1998-2001 Kemerovo art school, is picturesque-pedagogical branch Nominee for Kandinsky Prize (2008), one of the founders of the art-group "Nepokorennye" ("Unbowed").

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions:
    Late Lunch, UVG Art Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
    Industrial Archiology of the OMK Batashevs, Vyksa, Russia
    Reliquary, State Research Museum of Architecture named after A.Schusev, Moscow, Russia
    2016 Changes, UVG Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
    2015 The room in which it is snowing, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia
    2014 Thyatian throne, Joseph fine art gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
    2013 Terrikon desert, Name Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
    First Snow, Bourges, France
    2012 Excessive appetites, Erarta Gallery, London, The UK
    The Throne Of Thyatira, Name gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
    2011 The Throne Of Thyatira, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia
    2010 Summer Snow, Blois, France
    First Snow, Marseille, France
    2008 Three Days, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia
    Last Snow, Globus Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
    UNDER GROUND, Manege, Small Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia
    2007 Kuzbass Parallel, Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia
    Altar / Category 5, Yakut Gallery, Moscow, Russia
    Synthetic Cults, Navicula Artis Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Ilya Gaponov - Late Lunch #2 Late Lunch #2
    •  Ilya Gaponov - Late Lunch #3 Late Lunch #3
    •  Ilya Gaponov - Late Lunch #1 Late Lunch #1

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  • Dmitry Shorin  (+)

    Biography : 1987-1988 Studied at Art and graphic faculty of Teacher training college of. Gorikogo A.M. in Omsk. 1988-1990 Studied in Academy of consumer services of Omsk as an artist-designer of a suit. 1990-1992 Studied in Academy of consumer services of St. Petersburg as an artist-designer of a suit. 1993 It is admitted to Association of artists “Free culture” (Pushkinskaya 10, St. Petersburg). 1998 It is admitted to the International Federation of artists of UNESCO

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions:
    2019 Tales of the Forest, Ural Vision Gallery, Yekaterinburg
    2019 Swann and Odette, New Museum, St. Petersburg
    2018 Under the Eternal Sky, UVG Art Gallery, Budapest
    2018 Apology of Misconceptions, Gallery "Fine Art" Moscow
    2015 Museum of Modern Art ERARTA, St. Petersburg
    2015 Gallery Fine Art, Moscow
    2014 Gallery of Fine Art, Moscow
    2014 Exhibition Hall of RUSNANO, Moscow
    2013 Gallery Us light version Erarta Gallery, Zurich
    2013 Gallery Fine Art, Moscow
    2012 "We are (not) alone", the museum "Erarta", St. Petersburg
    2011 "Holidays", Moscow Museum of Modern Art
    2011 "Flowers and airplanes," Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2010 "Small Pleasures" Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2010 "Birds" Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2010 - 2011 "Joy of Life", Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2009 Nominee for the "Kandinsky Prize, the Central House of Artists, Moscow
    2009 "Desk: War and Peace", 3 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Parallel program. Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2008 "Wind" Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2008 "Dmitry Shorin in the Russian Museum", the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
    2007 "Bodyparts" Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2006 "If not forever," Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2005 "Girl's Best Friend" - 1 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Parallel program. Gallery "Fine Art",
    2004 "Appetite" - Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2003 Cultural Center House (Moscow) Cultural Center Northwind, St. Petersburg" Girls Next Door" - Gallery "Fine Art", Moscow
    2000 Gallery Boreas, St. Petersburg
    1996 Gallery 21, Pushkinskaya 10, St. Petersburg

    Detailed Description : Lives and works in St. Petersburg. He is a Russian artist and sculptor. Dmitry is the youngest contemporary artist honored with a solo exhibition in Marble Palace of State Russian Museum and a Kandinsky Prize nominee. His paintings were auctioned at major international auction houses such as Sotheby's and Phillips de Pury. In 2013 four sculptures from Dmitry Shorin's project named ‘I Believe in Angels’ were placed in Terminal 1 of Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg. The glass fiber figures of angels with airplanes' wings decorate the departure hall.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Dmitry Shorin - Budapest-Miami Budapest-Miami
    •  Dmitry Shorin - Secret Service Secret Service
    •  Dmitry Shorin - N/A N/A

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  • Olga Tobreluts  (+)

    Biography : 1970 Born in Leningrad (St Petersburg), Russia 1985 Graduated in Architectural College, Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia 1989 Institute of Architecture LISI Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Russia 1992 Institute ART +COM Berlin Germany Lives and works in St Petersburg, Russia and Budapest, Hungary

    Exhibition : Selected Solo Exhibitions:
    2019 Transcoded Structures (with Mice Jankulovski). Osten Pavilion of Northen Macedonia in Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (catalog)
    2018 Mythology Reloaded. Museum Modem of Contemporary Art, Debrecen,
    Hungary (catalog)
    2017 Mythology Reloaded Tobreluts, Museum Kunsthalle (Mucsarnok) Budapest,Hungary(catalog)
    2015 Absolute Beauty – Neoacademism in Saint Petersburg, Russia, parallel programs in Manifesta
    New Mythology, Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, Texas, United States
    The New Mythology, County Museum, Rovinj, Croatia
    2013 The New Mythology, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, (catalog)
    Russia Exhibition of Contemporary Russian Women Artists, The New Hall Art Collection,
    Cambridge, United Kingdom, curated by Edward Lucie-Smith
    The New Mythology, VISIVA Museum, Rome, Italy, The New Mythology, Ural Vision Gallery,
    Yekaterinburg, Russia
    2012 The New Mythology,Church of Santa Maria dei Battuti, San Vito al Tagliamento, Italy(catalog)
    2008 TOBRELUTS, Muzeum of Art Nizny Tagil, Russia
    Targuin and Lukretia, Zelinsky Muzeum Kaunas, Litva, Lithuania
    2007 Storytellers, The Kremlin museum, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
    2003 Art Digital, Centre of contemporary art Mars, Moscow, Russia
    Emperor and Galilean, Heine Ostand Museum, Oslo, Norway (catalogue)
    Emperor and Galilean, The State Russian museum, St-Petersburg, Russia (catalogue)
    Figures Sacrees, Orel Art gallery Paris, France
    2002 Abstract landscape, Fotoimage Gallery, St- Petersburg, Russia
    2001 Olga Tobreluts, Galerie der Gegenwart, Wiesbaden, Germany November
    Macedonian Dream, Freud Dream Museum, St-Petersburg, Russia
    2000 Allegory, Freud Dream Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
    Russia SOMMARUSTILLINGA , Sacred Figure, Seljord Kunstforening, Norway (catalogue)
    1999 Fear of O.T. Gallery 21 at 10 Pushkinskaya Art Centre. FNO project. (catalog)
    Mixed Media, Russian State Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (catalogue)
    Feats of Hercules, Gallo-Roman Museum, Brussels, Belgium
    Models, Photo Gallery Turku, Finl

    Artist's Documents:

    Artist's Objects:

    • Olga Tobreluts - Transcoder #1 Transcoder #1
    • Olga Tobreluts - Transcoder #2 Transcoder #2
    • Olga Tobreluts - Antinous Antinous
    • Olga Tobreluts - Golden Aphrodite Golden Aphrodite
    • Olga Tobreluts - Sphinx Sphinx
    • Olga Tobreluts - Hermes Hermes

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Other Represented Artists