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A time-lapse image of blurry figures going up a staircase at night in a black and white photo

Alexey Titarenko
Vasileostrovskaya Metro Station (Crowd 1), St. Petersburg, 1991-1992 from the "City of Shadows" series (1991-1994).

Nailya Alexander Gallery has been a member of the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) since 2000. Before opening her first gallery space in 2004, in the New York Gallery Building at 24 W 57th Street, Nailya Alexander had been a private art consultant in Washington, DC. In 2010, she moved her gallery to the iconic Fuller Building at 41 E 57th Street, where it remained for over ten years. In summer 2020, the gallery transitioned its exhibitions to an online platform and is currently showing work by private appointments.

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Nailya Alexander, Madeline Collins

By Appointment 

Denis Brihat (b. 1928)
Jane Hilton (b. 1965)
Boris Ignatovich (1899-1976)
Ingar Krauss (b. 1965)
Lucretia Moroni (b. 1960)
George Petrusov  (1903-1971)
Ann Rhoney (b. 1953)
Aleksandr Rodchenko (1891-1956)
Pentti Sammallahti (b. 1950)
Arkady Shaikhet (1898-1959)
Lynn Stern (b. 1945)
George Tice (b. 1938)
Alexey Titarenko (b. 1962)
Jurek Wajdowicz (b. 1951)