Ovcharenko (until September 2018, it was named Regina Gallery) is one of the first private contemporary art galleries in Moscow, founded in 1990 by Vladimir Ovcharenko. Since the mid-90s, the gallery has been a regular participant in international fairs, including Art Basel and Frieze.
Ovcharenko collaborates with artists whose works and ideas are in demand both in Russia and abroad. Among the world—famous authors of the gallery are Viktor Alimpiev, Sergey Bratkov, Sergey Zarva, Pavel Pepperstein, Ivan Chuikov, Semyon Faibisovich.
Since 1994 Ovcharenko has been inviting international curators and artists to cooperate. The projects in the gallery were curated by American Dan Cameron and Bulgarian Yara Bubnova, personal exhibitions were presented by artists: Claire Fontaine, Jonathan Meze, Jack Pearson, Daniel Richter.