White Space Gallery in London was founded in 2001. We are the only gallery in London and in the West to show the works of many of artists we represent, making us an important center for exhibition and scholarship on major artists from the late twentieth century and the contemporary era.
We maintain a strong emphasis on producing exhibition catalogues and texts on the work we exhibit and regularly commission articles for our publications. In addition we have organized many educational events by leading artists such as Oleg Kulik and Antanas Sutkus, in addition to working with leading academics and curators including Charlotte Cotton and Sarah Wilson.
White Space Gallery has co-organised exhibitions and events in collaboration with major British and Russian cultural institutions, including Inside Out: Valdimir Antoshenkov, Gintautas Trimakas, Alexander Tyagni-Ryadno, Algimantas Kuncius, Andrey Tarkovsky, Yuri Avvakumov (Architectural Association, London, 2016), Timur Novikov. White Swan (German Embassy, London, 2011), Field Studies (Moscow Museum of Architecture, Moscow, 2004), Necrorealist Cinema (ICA, London, 2003) with work by Evgeny Yufit, Moveable Bestiary (Architectural Association, London, 2002) with work by Olga and Alexander Florensy and The Russian Patient (Freud Museum, London, 2002). We organized a weekend of performances and video screenings titled Cold, Cold Heart featuring the work of Mattias Akerfelt (Sweden), Olga Chernysheva (Russia), Jesper Just (Denmark), Ragnar Kjartansson (Iceland), Antti Laitinen (Finland), Elena Nasanen (Finland), Torbjorn Rodland (Norway), Richard T. Walker (UK) at Somerset House (Courtauld Institute, London 2006).
Some of our important exhibitions include: Abstraction/Constructivism: Dmitry Konradt and Richard Pare (White Space Gallery, 2013), Mirror and Pomegranate: Sergey Paradjanov and Andrey Tarkovsky (White Space Gallery, 2012); Rimaldas Viksraitis “Grimaces of The Weary Village” (Arles Photofestival, France, 2009), Andrey Tarkovsky Polaroids (White Space Gallery, 2007) and Love Races, Rustam Khalfin Retrospective (White Space Gallery, 2006), among many other.
Works by artists represented by White Space are included in the collections of the Tate (London), the Victoria and Albert Museum Prints and Photography Collections (London), National Museum of Modern Art (Oslo) and the Huis Marseille Photography Museum (Amsterdam) among many others.