The Belyaevo Gallery was opened in 1988 and went down in the history of Russian fine art as the venue for the first exhibitions of Soviet nonconformist artists: Ernst Neizvestny, Oscar Rabin, Eduard Shteinberg, Yevgeny Kropyvnytsky. The gallery was in constant search of new forms and possibilities for the embodiment of bold artistic ideas and innovative synthetic projects. Today the Belyaevo
Gallery is a multifunctional cultural and educational center, a generator of various artistic and educational practices. On the basis of the gallery there is a training center for the arts, a design bureau and an art boutique; music programs and theater performances are successfully held.
Annually, more than 20 exhibitions of Russian and foreign artists are installed in the Belyaevo Gallery. The gallery is located in a place with an interesting intangible heritage: in the Belyaevo district, the historical “Bulldozer Exhibition” was held; Here lived and worked one of the most prominent representatives of the Moscow conceptual school Dmitry Prigov, etc. Given this, the exhibition strategy involves the implementation of art projects representing conceptual art.
Interaction since 2014. Throughout the time, mainly - cooperation in students trainings.