Askeri Gallery was founded in 2015 on the initiative of Polina Askeri — journalist and TV presenter, model and muse of famous Russian photographers. Polina has begun to collect works of contemporary artists many years ago and gradually decided to link her professional activity with art. In partnership with the web site ArtOnline24.com she opened her own art on Povarskaya street, space in the center of Moscow. The gallery presents both recognized masters of painting, graphics and sculpture, and promising young authors. Askeri Gallery cooperates not only with Russian but also with foreign artists and introduce various trends in contemporary art: post-impressionism by Nikita Makarov, Romain Froquet’s street art (France), original graphics of Andrey Remnev, hyperrealism of Paul Polanski and Mikhail Blinov.
Askeri Gallery cares about its artists and promotes them on different levels. Nowadays the goal of the gallery is to open to the public eye in Russia and worldwide talented artists of different styles and trends, whose works have not only artistic and collector’s value, but fit perfectly in any interior — from classic to contemporary.
Polina Askeri is a famous model, journalist and TV presenter, muse of famous Russian photographers such as Vlad Loktev, Vladimir Fridkes and Vladimir Clavijo-Telepnev, and author of numerous interviews with the stars of design.