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EXPO-PARK EXHIBITION PROJECTS  is one of the oldest and the most relevant independent exhibition companies on the Russian exhibition market.

The company has been making exhibition concepts and providing a full range of exhibition services since 1995. At present holds 12 annual specialized exhibitions and fairs.

EXPO-PARK projects – Russian Antique Salon, the International Exhibition of Architecture and Design Arch Moscow, Art Moscow, The International Exhibition of Advertising Industry Design & Reklama, the International book fair non/fiction, the International Trade Fair for Christmas and Festive Goods Industry Christmas Time– are certificated by the International Union of Exhibitions and Fairs RUEF, which member the company is since 2001.

The company actively cooperates with Russian and foreign trade unions and associations. Being a part of the International Confederation of Antiquaries and Art Dealers ICAAD and the Global Association for marketing at Retail POPAI Russia, it organizes jointly international conferences and special programs of the exhibitions. 

The company is a member of  the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry, who patronizes  EXPO-PARK industrial  exhibitions and trade fairs,  whereas the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Moscow Government cultural department support EXPO-PARK art exhibitions.

The major venue of EXPO-PARK exhibitions is the Central House of Artists in Moscow – the famous cultural centre and fairground (built late 70’s by the well known Russian architect Nikolay Sukoyan’s, about 10 000 sqm). Annual attendance is about 1 million persons per year.

Each of EXPO-PARK projects is unique and experimental. Accompanied by professional conferences, special projects and events, they unite the major business community, young professionals, cultural and intellectual public, both Russian and international - Muscovites and  region residents, foreign guests, embassies officials and expats.

The “Expert” magazine named EXPO-PARK projects as “… the loudest and the most successful cultural-business events in Moscow”.




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