An exhibition on the occasion of the 200th birth anniversary of Karl Marx offers a comprehensive overview of images of the influential thinker in Russian culture and everyday lif...
The exhibition will present drawings by Kazimir Malevich donated to the Russian Museum by R. F. Strimaitis, ac...
The exhibition will present over 80 works by Lazar Khidekel — a prominent figure of the Russian avant-garde — from the colle...
The exhibition presents a “cross-section of Russian life” in genre scuplture from the mid-19th century to the present day.
The exhibition will present more than 600 works of various types of textile art, painting, graphics, decorative and applied art, an...
22 august 2018—7 october 2018
The exhibition, dedicated to the 200th anniverary of St. Isaac's Cathedral, reveals new facts on the history of its construction and decoration. It presents drawings and cartoons made for the interior of the cathedral by such masters as Karl Bryullov, Fyodor Bruni, and others.
9 august 2018—1 october 2018
The exhibition in the Garden Vestibule presents the only portrait Karl Bryullov had ever painted of the members of the imperial family — the portrait of Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna, daughter of Nicholas I, and the story behind it.
19 july 2018—27 august 2018
Andrei Volkov is now one of the most radical abstract painters among Russian artists. His compositions, distinguished by the materiality of color, juxtapose depth and surface, dynamic and static, the space of painting and the space of reality mirrored in it.
14 september 2017—16 october 2017
14 september 2017—20 november 2017
The exhibition at the Russian Museum is aimed to present for the first time the complicated and multifaceted situation of the first decades of XX century. The exhibition will comprise around 100 artworks accompanied by the historical documents and literary materials by the poets and writers of that period.
13 september 2017—6 november 2017
The genre of political poster in the Russian art formed and developed in the first years after the Revolution of 1917. The exhibition at the Marble palace dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Revolution presents a large-scale and impressing outlook of the birth and formation of the Soviet poster as a specific art genre on the example of the art works from the collection of the Russian Museum.
30 november 2016—26 december 2016
Niklas Goldbach, 2010
2 november 2016—28 november 2016
Reflections on the Birth of Venus (Reflexionen über die Geburt der Venus)
Ulrike Rosenbach, 1978
15 october 2016—11 december 2016
October 15 the exhibition “Family portrait” opens at the Murmansk Municipal Art Museum.
12 november 2015—24 december 2015
The exhibition in the Russian Museum is not the first joint project of Mikhail Dronov and Victor Korneev - well-known contemporary sculptors from Moscow.
23 october 2015—16 november 2015
The exhibition presents the oeuvre of the prominent Russian artist, one of the founders of the Moscow conceptualism, in aspect of the dialogue of this master with the Russian avant-garde.
15 october 2015—30 november 2015
The retrospective exhibition of one of the most prominent artists of the Soviet realistic landscape presents to the public around 70 works from the collection of the Russian Museum, the artist's family and private collections.
18 june 2014—1 september 2014
The new exhibition of the Russian Museum will bring together over 100 sculptural works created from paper.
9 june 2014—28 june 2014
The exhibition «Russia through the Train Window» is a joint project by JSC Russian Railways and the Russian photographer Anton Lange. The aim is to show modern-day Russia through the camera lens of a photographer traveling by rail across this vast country.
6 june 2014—22 june 2014
The name of Alexander Benois di Stetto (1896-1979), a member of the famous artistic dynasty of Benois - Serebryakov - Lanceray, was not widely known among the general public until quite recently. Eight years ago the Russian Museum initiated the Alexander Benois di Stetto: Return to Russia exhibition project, which contributed to the remembrance of this spectacular representative of Benois family and his impact to Russian and European art and culture at the turn of the 20th century.
16 october 2013—25 november 2013
SUSTAINING AND CREATING exhibition is the result of successful realization of the program of support for the young artists Unusual Art that gives an incredible chances for the development of artist with limited physical opportunities in the age from 16 to 25 and allows them to receive the national recognition in the very beginning of their career.
26 september 2013—4 november 2013
This retrospective exhibition presents key-works from the creative oeuvre of Kjarval (his full name was Jóhannes Sveinsson Kjarval), who was one of the pioneers of Icelandic visual art.
19 september 2013—4 november 2013
It is the first so large scale solo exhibition of one of the most significant Russian artists of the beginning of the 20th century.
18 october 2012—19 november 2012
The exhibition presents the creative oeuvre of contemporary Russian artist Yury Kaluta.
4 october 2012—5 november 2012
The exhibition acquaints with the series that unites 64 works by the well-known contemporary Russian photographer who had a trip across Africa and portrayed the unique beauty of landscape of this exotic land and its inhabitants – the representatives of the various world of wild nature that is removed from destructive force of civilization and preserves its independence.
29 august 2012—14 october 2012
The exhibition is devoted to the creative oeuvre of two generations of the family of Petersburg artists Traugot: Georgiy Traugot (1903–1961), his wife Vera Yanova (1907–2004), whose works are presented to viewers for the first time ever, and their sons – Alexander Traugot (born 1931) and Valeriy Traugot (1936–2009).
16 november 2011—11 december 2011
The solo exhibition of Genia Chef presents the creative oeuvre of the well-known master of contemporary art who was born in the Soviet Union and from 1985 works in foreign countries (Germany, Austria, the United States of America, Spain).
28 october 2011—17 november 2011
The international exhibition of the children's photograph is the artistic and educational Photo-project that united the young masters of photograph from Cologne, Turku and St. Petersburg. The exhibition shows what the young Finns, Germans and Russians are interested in.
29 september 2011—16 october 2011
The Russia for All exhibition project by the inhabitants of Moscow Victor Bondarenko (the author of idea of the exhibition) and the artist Dmitry Gutov is connected with the practice of contemporary art and realized in the form of the trip across Russia with stops in different cities.
25 november 2010—28 november 2010
18 november 2010—13 december 2010
“Expedition” exhibition-installation created by the modern artists Mikhail Pavlukovich and Olga Subbotina in 2010 especially for the Festival of modern art “Living Perm” is holding within the framework of the Days of Perm Culture in St. Petersburg “Cultural Alliance”.
3 november 2010—3 november 2010
The participants of the exhibition are the children from 5 to 17 years old, studying in the kindergartens, lyceums, general education and art schools, palaces, houses and centres of art of St. Petersburg, the Leningrad Region, Vologda Region and Murmansk Region, Magnitogorsk, Tver, North Osetya-Alanya Republic.
17 september 2009—2 november 2009
The 96 originals of the SANKI-photos are presented at the exhibition of Valentin Samarin.
10 september 2009—7 october 2009
20 august 2009—14 october 2009
The Steppe Story exhibition of Zorikto Dorzhiev opens in the Marble Palace on 20 August.
14 november 2008—12 december 2008
Exposition opens the series of exhibitions in the project dedicated to Russian private collections.
29 october 2008—1 december 2008
For the first time the exhibition of artworks by Mikhail Shvartsman from the collection of the artist’s family presents his graphic heritage as an organic, unique, marked by special virtuosic “making” branch of his creative oeuvre.
16 october 2008—20 november 2008
The artworks by the well-known Austrian artist Manfred Hebenstreit will be presented in the Russian Museum for the first time.
11 october 2007—22 november 2007
Till recently the viewers knew Zinaida Serebryakova as a master of portrait, genre scenes from the life of peasantry.
11 october 2007—19 november 2007
The unfathomable creative harmony makes the duet of Irina and Yury Gretsky highly attractive.
27 september 2007—10 december 2007
The Mikhail Kozlovsky (1753 — 1802) exhibition is dedicated to the 250th birthday anniversary of one of the leading artists of the eighteenth century.
2 november 2006—20 november 2006
The second exhibition of paintings by famous St Petersburg artist German Egoshin in the Russian Museum is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the master´s birth.
26 october 2006—27 november 2006
The Russian Museum presents the one-man show of Ladislas Kijno, one of the most unusual and resourceful representatives of the generation of artists, whom traditionally call 'the artists of the fifties'.
25 october 2006—20 november 2006
The Russian Museum presents the one-man show of the artist Andrei Lanskoy.
22 december 2005—30 january 2005
The project is dedicated to the centenary of Daniil Kharms' birth. He was one of the most renowned writers of the 20th century.
16 december 2005—31 december 2005
The unique works of applied art, icon painting and embroideries from the funds of the Russian Museum are shown in the rooms of the first floor, facing the Nevsky prospect.
9 december 2005—28 february 2005
The State Russian Museum introduces the oeuvre of Andy Warhol. This is one of the biggest and most significant projects ever realised in Russia.
23 september 2004—10 november 2004
The Nikolaus Sagrekow Return to Russia exhibition presents the oeuvre of a German artist of Russian origin whose dramatic fate mirrors the twentieth-century history of both Germany and Russia.
17 september 2004—16 november 2004
The exhibition shows works from the Federal Republic of Germany's collection of contemporary art, illustrating artists' interest in the social, political and ideological problems affecting the life of modern Germany and the whole of Europe.
16 september 2004—7 october 2004
This exhibition introduces the oeuvre of the Russian artist Oleg Tselkov, an important representative of the Moscow "unofficial art" of the 1960s.
18 may 2003—10 november 2003
On exhibit, there are about 500 works of art from the collection of the Russian Museum that give an artistic depiction of St Petersburg.
18 may 2003—23 june 2003
The exhibition opened in the halls of the Stroganov Palace and dated for the city's anniversary showcases about 100 works of artists-photographers of St Petersburg.
30 april 2003—13 may 2003
In the early 1990s, owing to Oleg Kulik's curatorial projects and then, animalistic performances, which made him famous, international art-stage gained, in the person of the artist, a doglike human creature.
31 october 2002—19 december 2002
An Austrian artist, Hermann Pedit (born in 1933) with an unusual creative development. He started painting under the direction of A.Kirchmeier, and after finishing Viennese Academy of Fine Art H.Pedit specialized as a sculptor by a most known Austrian master V.Wotruba; later he was given a purse of Wotruba.
28 october 2002—10 november 2002
Samsung Electronics is the world leader in manufacturing semi-conductors, household and digital appliances. It was among the companies that were the first to make a reality of a new life style.
17 october 2002—18 october 2002
A Czech designer Boguslav Horak is one of the prominent representatives of new European design.
11 october 2001—18 november 2001
Mikhail Schwartzmann (1926-97) was born in Moscow but after his father-s imprisonment the family frequently moved from place to place.
4 october 2001—18 october 2001
Anna Staritskaya was born in Ukraine in 1908. At the age of 13 she started studying drawing at the Countess Sukhanova-Tolstaya Art School in Moscow.
3 october 2001—20 november 2001
The exhibition comprises about three hundred canvases by the renowned master of the Russian avant-garde. Pavel Filonov (1882-1941) v painter, graphic artist, theatrical designer. Contributed to exhibitions from the 1990s.
19 october 2000—31 december 2000
The Marat Gelman Gallery shows the South Russian Wave, Poor Art and Nostalgia exhibitions within the framework of the Art Against Geography project.
18 october 2000—12 november 2000
Marguerite Anielle-Palen was born into an Italian family in Switzerland. Most of her time she lives in Switzerland, sometimes staying in Paris and Italy.
2 october 2000—15 october 2000
29 november 1999—15 december 1999
The exhibition was organized with the Ludwig Museum cooperation.
26 november 1999—31 december 1999
Li San Wong is the outstanding contemporary artist from Northern Korea who combines devices of the Far East traditional painting and Western art experience, in particular pop-art.
17 november 1999—30 november 1999
The exhibition was prepared in cooperation with Swiss Cultural Center. Its main exhibits were historical documents and engravings from the Navy Archive, Russian National Library and the State Russian Museum.
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