REDDOT.ART online gallery was founded by art dealer Alexander Frolov in 2020 as a permanent platform to support clients. The project specializes in selling the works of contemporary sculptors and complements Alexander's activities to promote them offline in the art markets of the USA, UAE, China and Russia.
Alexander Frolov is the founder of the international online contemporary art gallery RedDot.Art, as well as a successful art dealer, focused on the international market. His specialization is based on the sale of sculptural works, which include both gallery formats and monumental objects.
Alexander's work aims to build global cultural and financial relationships between up-and-coming sculptors and collectors in prestigious global markets (USA, UAE, China). Sculptors, represented by Alexander Frolov on exclusive rights, participate in prestigious art fairs (Art Miami, Scope Miami, ArtTaipei, World Art Dubai, Index Dubai, ScrapArt Exhibition Doha, Art Russia, etc.), solo exhibitions, and gallery and museum projects worldwide. Exhibitions in the Russian market have been successfully organized in the famous exhibition spaces of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
RedDot.Art gallery also presents its sculptors at the international online venues Artsy and Artsper. With 20 years of experience in commercial real estate investment transactions, Alexander has the financial resources and support of investors in several countries. This makes it possible to finance the promotion of promising authors and make a tangible contribution to the development of contemporary sculpture. Connoisseurs and collectors all over the world have the opportunity to get acquainted with the unique works of talented sculptors and acquire real masterpieces of modern art for their collections. The authors represented RedDot.Art is implementing large-scale sculpture projects in different parts of the world: 18 monumental works - landscaping and urban sculptures - are installed in 12 countries. Among them, there are sculptures in the People's Park in Nuan (China), in the park in Laza (Italy), in the hotel complex in Lapland (Finland), in the San Cruz Museum (Bolivia), in the city park in Ayia Napa (Cyprus), in the Sailors Club in Søndeburg (Denmark), in Brila (Romania), in the park in the city of Bourgas (France). Brila (Romania), Tehran City Park (Iran), Garda Park (Portugal), Chang-Chun Riverfront (China), Musa Museum Park, Boreong (South Korea), Temuco (Chile).