Frants Gallery Space (NYC & St. Petersburg)

Frants Gallery Space was founded in New York City in 1998 for the purpose of representing artists from Leningrad / St. Petersburg * who worked in the city from the postwar years until present.

The greatest attention was paid to the so-called Leningrad Underground, a unique and largely unexplored cultural phenomenon of the 1970s, and the artistic and social milieu that had engendred it. This phenomenon had begun attracting attention of culturologists and art historians just short time prior to that, and it resulted in first publications on the subject. Nevertheless, nothing furthers the representation of artists’ works better than live exhibitions – one-man and group shows that our gallery has, in fact, organized.

Locations:

NYC: 84 Wooster Street (bet. Spring and Broome)
Tel: 212 343 0104

St. Petersburg (Russia): 23, Rubinshteina Street, Suite 29
Tel: (+7) 812-664 83 37


Frants Gallery Space (NYC & St. Petersburg)

Frants Gallery Space was founded in New York City in 1998 for the purpose of representing artists from Leningrad / St. Petersburg * who worked in the city from the postwar years until present.

The greatest attention was paid to the so-called Leningrad Underground, a unique and largely unexplored cultural phenomenon of the 1970s, and the artistic and social milieu that had engendred it. This phenomenon had begun attracting attention of culturologists and art historians just short time prior to that, and it resulted in first publications on the subject. Nevertheless, nothing furthers the representation of artists’ works better than live exhibitions – one-man and group shows that our gallery has, in fact, organized.

Locations:

NYC: 84 Wooster Street (bet. Spring and Broome)
Tel: 212 343 0104

St. Petersburg (Russia): 23, Rubinshteina Street, Suite 29
Tel: (+7) 812-664 83 37