Mohsen Gallery was established in January 2010 with the aim of representing the prominent currents of contemporary art with an interdisciplinary approach. The gallery organizes solo and group exhibitions on a regular basis, holds specialized talk sessions and panel discussions, participates in art fairs, publishes books, a specialized magazine, and an annual catalog, while supporting artists and interacting with curators, critics, and collectors. Thus, the gallery engages with a wide range of audiences and establishes links with the larger context of visual arts on the international scene.
In addition to the main hall (underground), Mohsen Projects were defined in 2015 as three spaces of “Pasio,” “Hayat,” and “Bam,” to challenge the conventional white cube of art exhibitions. Thus, Mohsen Projects encourage and promote installation art and interdisciplinary projects, inviting the audience to a new experience in a more flexible space.