On December 14, 2012, Ural Vision Gallery in cooperation with Marina Gisich Gallery opens its first project in Yekaterinburg.

“Those Who Hear Not the Music Think the Dancer Mad” is an exhibit about Russian art and society’s relationship with it. Entering into a dialogue with contemporary art is inevitable – it winds through fashion, design, cinema, the theater, and information technologies. A leading Russian gallery of contemporary art, Marina Gisich Gallery, is bringing a group exhibit of “brand name” works of the gallery’s artists to Ekaterinburg. These are works of art that have been displayed at prestigious international fairs, in exhibits at major world museums, and at international biennales. They include Marina Alexeeva’s lightboxes, familiar to Russian and European viewers (Multimedia Art Museum, the private collection of Sir Elton John, Ekaterina Cultural Foundation, and Foundation Sorigue); the paintings of Kerim Ragimov (Shanghai Biennale 2004, Art Basel Miami Beach, Frieze Art Fair, Ice Cream by Phaidon); Vladimir Kustov’s installations (Museum of Modern Art, Moscow); graphics and sculpture by Kirill Chelushkin (private collection of Francois Pinot (Luis Vuitton), Itabashi Art Museum in Tokyo Japan, and Museum Ludwig in Germany); Peter Beliy’s objects and installations (Margulies Collection, Moscow Modern Art Biennale, Royal Collection of the Society of Engravers (Great Britain)); and others.