No dedicated space yet, works are exhibited in Private banking client zones and employees’ offices.
The focal point of the collection is Russian contemporary art from the 90-s till present. The collection includes all media and genres, comprising paintings, graphics, photography, sculpture, installation, objects, documentation of performance, book-art and video-art.
The collection consistently combines the most representative works of the last decades of the Russian art history. With the aim is to preserve the integrity and initial idea of the works which are gathered in the collection we tend to acquire projects as a whole, rather than individual works. Besides, apart from buying works that are already represented in the local and international artistic context, Gazprombank initiates the production of new works, created by the artists specially for the collection.Status of collection:
Since the start of the collection in 2012 there were four museum exhibitions – at the Albertina Museum (Vienna, Oct-Nov 2013), the National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Moscow, June 2015), Moscow Museum of Modern Art (April 2016), The Museum Institution of Bologna (Bologna, Jan-Mar 2018), one show of photography works from the collection in Moscow State University (Exhibition Space of Law facuelty, Moscow, April 2014) and solo exhibitions of the collection’s artists: Alexandra Paperno, Yuri Palmin (The Centre for Contemporary Culture “Smena”, Kazan, Tatarstan, May-July 2015) and Sergey Sapozhnikov (DON Contemporary Art Foundation, Rostov–on-Don, April-May 2016).
Individual works from the collection have been loaned to museums for exhibitions, shown in non-commercial projects in regional and international biennals, some of them commissioned on site-specific orders, e.g. Liverpool Biennale (Taus Makhacheva, video-art, Gamsutl, 2012), 8th Triennial of Contemporary Art – U3, Ljubljana (Arseny Zhilyaev, project \"Tsiolkovsky. Second Advents\", 2016), 57th International Art Exhibition | La Biennale di Venezia (Taus Makhacheva, video-art Baida, 2017), M HKA Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (Dimitri Venkov, video-art The Shining Will Come Crashing Down, 2019).
Gazprombank operates seven subsidiary and affiliated banks in Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Switzerland and Luxemburg, representative offices in China, Mongolia and India.
Profile of the company:
Founded by the world's largest gas producer and exporter Gazprom to provide banking services for gas industry enterprises, Gazprombank has since become a leader in the banking sector, which key performance indicators place the Bank among the top three banks of Russia. Gazprombank as a universal financial institution delivers a wide range of banking and investment services for over 45,000 corporate and about 4 million private clients.Gazprombank's network across Russia extends from Kaliningrad in the west to Youzhno-Sakhalinsk in the east. The total number of offices delivering customer banking and depository services under the single brand name of Gazprombank exceeds 300.
Total assets 5 122 bln RUB due to financial Statements for 2015
Number of employees:
13,9 thousand (2015)