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 publishing. Over the last 16 years we exhibited and represented work by key artists such as Andrey Tarkovsky, Antanas Sutkus, Olga Chernysheva, Oleg Kulik, Dmitri Prigov, Vladimir Shinkarev, Vitaly Komar, Timur Novikov, Rustam Khalfin, Rimaldas Vilsraitis. Works by artists represented by White Space are included in the collections of the Tate (London), the Victoria and Albert Museum (London), Centre Pompidou, Paris, National Museum of Modern Art (Oslo) and the Huis Marseille (Amsterdam) among many others.