“This exhibition guides the visitor through a detailed and thorough retelling of one of the most vibrant and pivotal periods in Russian contemporary art ,” explains Chief Curator, Alisa Bagdonaite. “Timur Novikov and the New Artists managed to build up around them a creative position…
Tomorrow, The Russian Museum in Murmansk will launch a brand new exhibition of work borrowed from the state Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. The featured artists are three distinguished Russian portraitists of the second half of the 18th century: Fyodor Rokotov (1736-1808), Dmitry Levitsky (1735-1822) and Vladimir…
Recently, the Russian avant-garde has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The last few months have been dominated by news of dubious art; the grand fiasco at the Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Ghent was followed by news of the conviction of…
Oscar Rabin was born in 1928 and is celebrated as one of Russia’s original nonconformist artists of the Soviet Union . Rabin is often referred to as “Solzhenitsyn in paintings”, a reference to a famous Russian novelist and historian who was an outspoken critic of…
The exhibition at the Tretyakov Gallery coincides with the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Anatoly Nikich (1918 - 1994) and is dedicated to celebrating his life and work. Although Nikich is little known to the general public today, during his lifetime the artist…
The Tretyakov Gallery is a museum and an educational center offering various opportunities and events in order to allow its visitors to get acquainted with the history and theory of Russian art, its genres, artistic styles as well as the creativity of the greatest masters.
Next week, the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow will open the exhibition of Vasily Vasilyevich Vereshchagin (1842-1904). Vereshchagin is not only one of outstanding Russian artists, but also a historian, ethnographer, writer, philosopher, traveler and officer. In addition, the artist was a visionary who managed to…
The exhibition coincides with the 100 year anniversary of the State Museum of Oriental Art, and is the latest in a series of exhibitions which began in the last century.
The “Blue Rose” in the title refers to the 1907 exhibition as well as an…
The exposition is dedicated to the lovers of famous Russian painters. Included in the show, but not limited to, are painters like Ilya Repin, Mikhail Vrubel, Valentin Serov, Boris Kustodiev, Igor Grabar, Petr Konchalovsky, Boris Grigoriev, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Alexander Deineka, Robert Falk, Konstantin Yuon, Sergei…
The organizers of the “Wives” exhibition, dedicated to the wives and lovers of famous Russian painters, have prepared a series of educational events to accompany the exhibition.
“Wives” takes a closer look at the women in the lives of famous Russian artists, this allows the…
The Tretyakov Gallery is currently hosting “The Legend of the Town of Sviyazhsk”, an exhibition which focuses on the historical significance of the town. The show features several icons and 16th century manuscripts which tell the stories of the the military expedition, the town’s foundation, …
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, photo by Rodionov Publishing House
The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg is about to launch a large retrospective of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. The exhibition has travelled to Russia from Tate in London and will move to the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow…
The exhibition titled “Every trade has it’s smell and taste” is currently running at the Kiev National Picture Gallery. The concept of the show - 80 paintings and lithographs by old masters which showcase the different crafts and professions of the 19th-20th centuries. The artists…
The Lviv National Museum is currently hosting an exhibition of paintings by the father of Russian Futurism David Burliuk. The exhibition, which features over 50 works sourced from private collections, is a unique opportunity to see the works of the famous painter of the Russian…
The Russian State Museum is celebrating the 140 year anniversary of the birth of the famous Russian artist Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin (1878-1939).
The exposition will feature work from across the artist’s career, and promises to offer visitors a rare chance to see Petrov-Vodkin’s masterpieces alongside the…
Chaim Soutine: Flesh is the name of the brand new retrospective of the artist’s work at The Jewish Museum in New York. The show presents 32 paintings by the expressionist artist and one of the twentieth century’s great still-life painters.
Soutine moved to Paris…
The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is proud to announce Chagall: The Breakthrough Years, 1911–1919, an exhibition featuring over 80 paintings and drawings by the legendary artist.
Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk in 1887 to a Hasidic Jewish family. He was growing up in a very…
The exhibition “Russian Dadaism 1914 — 1915” will officially launch tomorrow at Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofia. The exposition features 500 works, including 250 paintings, collages and drawings, 150 documents and publications and 22 film and audio recordings.
“Russian Dadaism 1914 — 1915” is a dive…
In November, the exhibition "The Russian Path. From Dionysius to Malevich" will open in the Vatican. Its co-curator Arkady Ippolitov reveals which works were selected in order to combine iconography with the XIX-XX centuries and show the spiritual path of Russian art. The article below…