The Gary Tatintsian Gallery is one of those places where art can be enjoyed in solitude. Except for the Museum Night, the gallery is never crowded. Gary Tatintsian, who had emigrated from the Soviet Union to Germany with his parents, opened his gallery in Berlin in 1989, exhibiting the works of Soviet alternative artists Ilya Kabakov and Vladimir Nemukhin. He also opened a gallery in New York City later. In his Moscow gallery, Gary Tatintsian has carefully preserved the same chamber feel that characterizes similar spaces in Manhattan or in the little side streets off Oxford Street in London. This small art space magnetizes modern artists known only to the few real connoisseurs.