Founder and Curator
Gallery Pobeda, Moscow, Russia
Nina Gomiashvili is the founder and main curator of the Moscow photography gallery POBEDA, she graduated from Parsons School of Design with MFA in Photography and published a few books as practicing photographer.
Ms. Gomiashvili has curated several museum shows, including Michael Kenna retrospective at the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, and Mikhail Baryshnikov photographic study of Merce Cunningham work at State Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg.
POBEDA gallery's exhibition program for the past seven years has been focused on showing established international and Russian artists as well as young and emerging photographers. The gallery was one of the first in Moscow to introduce to the public contemporary photography and bring awareness to it through lecture programs, workshops and other printed educational materials. POBEDA has participated in various international art fairs including Paris Photo, Volta NY, Volta Basel and Unseen. The gallery has been actively working with international photographic institutions including Fotomuseum Winterthur to promote its young artists programs and initiatives.