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Galerie Les Noms became a client of InvestHK and was invited to InvestHK Chief Executive's Reception, which was held at Government House on the 21st of June.

Dear friends and art-lovers, we have a new exhibition of Contemporary Art presented and we would be happy to see you at our gallery. Don't forget to stop by during the Art Gallery Night on the 21st of March.

On the 18th of December, InterContinental Kiev and Galerie Les Noms held an opening of the remarkable exhibition "Generous Nicolas" of a unique greek artist Alexandros Kagias.

Finally, on the 22nd of October, Galerie Les Noms opened its new location in Hong Kong. For the opening night Galerie Les Noms decided to prepare a very unique and incredible series of illustrations by Salvador Dali...

On the 7th of September of 2015, "The School of Kyiv" - Kyiv Biennial opened its doors to great masterpieces of the Ukrainian artists to the public. A lot of the paintings from Galerie Les Noms' collection were picked to be showcased during Kyiv Biennial.

On the 20th-25th of April Galerie Les Noms held showcasing artists of the first tier at Verkhovna Rada (Parliament building) of Ukraine in Kyiv. Galerie Les Noms will present a collection of famous Ukrainian painters of the 20th century...

On the 21th-24th of May, Galerie Les Noms took part in the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong. Thousands of people visited the fair and were pleasantly surprised by the...

Zinaida Gayduk was not only a talented artist, but also a poetess. On the 7th of February, Galerie Les Noms held a poetry evening, where all the guests were able to participate and read beautiful poems written by Zinaida Gayduk.

On the 6th of February, Galerie Les Noms held an opening cocktail party of the exhibition and sales of famous Ukrainian post-impressionist artist Zinaida Gayduk...

On the 15th of December, 2014 began an exhibition of star authors' "First names". Galerie Les Noms presents collection of famous Ukrainian painters of the 20th century in the "New Gallery"...