Winzavod supports contemporary Russian art, hosts leading galleries and organizes public educational programs
Founded in 2007 by Sofia and Roman Trotsenko, Winzavod is one of the first and biggest private contemporary art centers in Russia.
Winzavod supports Russia’s contemporary art by uniting all areas of culture in one space that is open to public and creating a comfortable environment for its development.
Leading Moscow contemporary art galleries, workshops of artists, designers and photographers, cafes, show rooms, studios for kids, a bookstore, and many other facilities populate Winzavod.
president of the Winzavod Fund for the Support of Contemporary Art:
«The idea of creating Winzavod came out of a dream to make the world a better place, to unite Moscow art life in one space and to demonstrate what is Russian contemporary art. From the beginning, we wanted this space to be focused on more than just art. We wanted to create a little art town that lives and develops.»
Today, Winzavod’s mission is to provide institutional support to Russian contemporary art.
Founded in 2008, the Winzavod Fund for the Support of Contemporary Art helps young artists create their projects.
Winzavod Fund for the
Support of Contemporary Art:
- Supports young artists
- Cooperation with regional professional community
- Supports educational projects in the field of contemporary culture
- Cooperates with leading Russian and foreign cultural institutions
- Supports projects in contemporary art, photography, street art, design
- 11 leading Russian contemporary art galleries
- 6 educational centers
- Artists’ workshops
- Exhibition halls
- Creative show rooms and stores
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