The eight exhibited portraits will be on show in Moscow for the very first time. The previously unseen portraits were all painted at different points of Karl Bryullov’s life and showcase different typological structures of portraiture. The exhibition features grand and intimate portrayals, a family…
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, …
Leonid Lamm was perhaps one of the most versatile artists of the Soviet nonconformism, as well as Russian-American contemporary art.
Born in 1928, the artist’s oeuvre was heavily inspired by a variety of movements and Lamm based his creative explorations around various styles and approaches.…
Last month, the billionaire Roman Abramovich and his third ex-wife Dasha Zhukova continue to fund and develop their contemporary art museum despite last year’s separation. Last month, the pair appeared together at the 10 year anniversary party of the Garage Museum in Moscow.
The solo-painting exhibition at the Russian Museum will feature the one of a kind, complete portrait of a member of the Russian royal family — the portrait of the Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna, daughter of Nicholas I.
The painting itself is noteworthy for its great…
During the Great Patriotic War, hundreds of various exhibits including several priceless works of Russian avant-garde and valuable icons disappeared without a trace.
Currently, The Kramskoy Museum of Fine Arts in Voronezh possesses an impressive collection of over 20,000 exhibits, however 1232 of the original…
A sensational discovery has been made in St. Petersburg when a painting by an unknown artist was brought in for restoration. Following a thorough investigation, the specialists have attributed the work to the famous Russian artist, but who is the mysterious sitter?
The painting was…
From July 25 to August 26 in the Bashkir State Art Museum named after Mikhail Nesterov, an exhibition "Russian Landscape of the XIX - early XX century” is taking place. The exposition presents works from the collection of the museum which are rarely ever exhibited.…
Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery has stirred up a storm of controversy after an attempt to curb the amount of unauthorized tours, when regular visitors began complaining after they were told to stop talking by security guards.
The Tretyakov Gallery officials have said that unofficial tours have…
A new exhibition is opening in Moscow, dedicated to the famous Soviet painter, the people’s artist Georgy Nissky.
Nissky was born on January 8, 1903 and is considered to be the founder of the so-called severe style, and a master of the industrial landscape. He…
The huge exposition titled “Roerich. Preserving culture” features an impressive total of 396 works brought together from the collections of the Roerich Museum and the State Museum of Oriental Art.
The exposition consists of various exhibits from the legacy of the Roerich family, including 300…
The Bashkir State Art Museum named after M.V. Nesterov is proudly presenting an exhibition of XIX — XX century French and Russian paintings.
The exposition features a total of 43 works of art from the collection of Moscow collector Inna Bazhenova. It includes work by…
The State Museum named after A.S. Pushkin and the Kovcheg Gallery in Moscow continue to explore the different cultural phenomenon of Russian everyday life through a series of exhibition projects. The theme of this brand new joint research was the birch tree.
Today it’s hard…
The Sakıp Sabancı Museum in Istanbul is hosting the biggest and most comprehensive exhibition of Russian avant-garde in Turkey.
The exposition titled “Dreaming the Future: Russian Avant-garde Art and Design” focuses around the Russian art movement of the early 20th century which inspired and laid…
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has a long standing history of working with and in Russia. Over time, this well known institution has forged a bond with Russia and its various cultural institutions. Thanks to the efforts of the V&A, both UK and…
The upcoming exhibition of sculpture at the Russian Museum in St Petersburg offers its visitors a chance to see the familiar scenes of Russian everyday life through the mid 19th century to contemporary sculpture.
Genre art is usually known for its application within the realms…