Zurab Tsereteli Art Gallery is an art gallery in Moscow, founded in 2001 by the director of the Zurab Tsereteli Academy of Arts.
The exposition is based on a private collection of the architect, consisting of art, graphic and sculptural works.
In total, the gallery’s collection contains more than 2000 works by both the sculptor himself and other members of the Academy of Arts of the 18th – 20th centuries. Permanent exhibition consists of two main sections. The first presents paintings, monumental and easel sculptures, graphics, enamel panels and miniatures, works of decorative art, as well as design work. The second section contains copies from the monuments of ancient sculpture, created based on the samples of the collection of the Pushkin Museum named after A.S. Pushkin.