"D137" was founded in 1996 and, along with exhibitions also it is hosted a various art events, festivals, conferences, devoted to the issues of contemporary culture and art, creative meetings with artists and cultural figures, concerts.
A. D. Borovsky: "Modern art Gallery D137 traces its history from the dock, moored on Average Nevka: there was the first party, which met exhibitors, customers and audiences of the future gallery, there it had begun the formation of a collection. This ark, supported by a few private initiatives practical plan, contributed to the fact that in difficult nineties St. Petersburg art remained afloat. The population of the ark, as he must, once on dry land, multiplied and strengthened: there was a gallery at Nevsky, and then the Fund for the support of non – commercial art projects around them formed a stable circle of artists and interested, it's time and expansion of the gallery is actively developing Moscow international exhibition ground."
The most noticeable events in recent years have been exhibitions: "Ronnie Wood – Rock – Star and Painter, artist and guitarist of the legendary band "The Rolling Stones", well – known art critic and British photographer Edward Lucie – Smith, Oleg Kulik and Vladislav Mamyshev – Monroe (with XL gallery, Moscow), Georgy Guryanov, Sergey Sergeev, Grigory Yushchenko, "Strangers Movie" Natasha Vassilieva Hall, exhibitions, collections of A. Trozccogo and others.
The Gallery are presented the works of famous contemporary artists, whose works are in major Museum and private collections, and young authors. D137 is Art – Club, uniting lovers of contemporary art, since the scope of the gallery of contemporary art were "close" and not interesting for D137! Positioning itself as a Club unactualised art (the term journalist Artyom Troitsky), D137 expresses his attitude to that faceless, "thoughtful" and market phenomenon, referred to as "modern art", and supports those authors who live "The spark of God", who has the personality, talent and it is not afraid to go its own way.
Visiting "Art Club D137" is possibly only on a bell. Please, specify the working time and days of "Art Club D137" by phone +7 (981) 687 – 60 – 51.