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Dear visitors! On March 18 till April 10 The State Russian Museum will be closed. This measure is intended to min...
6 february—9 march 2020
Belsky brothers (Ivan (1719-1799), Alexey (1729-1796) and Efim (1730-1778)) were the greatest masters of the painting team of The Chancellery (later The Office) of buildings of Her Imperial Majesty. For more than half a century they performed the most responsible painting work commissioned by Empresses Elizabeth and Catherine the Great.
23 january—9 march 2020
The exhibition for the first time reconstructs the history of Leningrad Expressionism in the unity and diversity of the ways of the plastic form development. Presented artworks closely converge, but their authors, as a rule, did not intersect in life.
19 december 2019—2 march 2020
January 2020 marks the 200th anniversary of Antarctica discovery by Russian navigators F. F. Bellingshausen and M. P. Lazarev. The exhibition timed to coincide with the Year of Antarctica in Russia presents about 100 works of painting, graphics, sculpture, numismatics, decorative-applied and folk art from the collection of The State Russian Museum. The core of the exhibition is formed by sections devoted to the discovery of Antarctica and the exploration of the Arctic by Russian travelers, sailors, and scientists.
27 june 2019—29 july 2019
The art of Israeli painter, art critic, teacher, and writer Sahsa Okun focuses on human physicality embodied in the materiality of painting.
26 june 2019—5 august 2019
Sergey Dozhd, the founder of Sciarsism, defines the movement as the science of the inner artistic space, and the term itself is composed of the words “science” and “art”.
19 june 2019—26 august 2019
An exhibition in the Garden Vestibule of the Mikhailovsky Palace presents ten portraits of poet Anna Akhmatova in painting, graphics, and sculpture, created by the writer’s contemporaries.
7 october 2018—24 december 2018
An exhibition at Tokyo Fuji Art Museum presents 40 masterworks on hope, love, and dreams harbored by the finest Russian artists of the 19th and early 20th century, drawn from the collection of the State Russian Museum.
27 september 2018—12 november 2018
Historic events, everyday life of the city, and St. Petersburg places of interest depicted in photographs and postcards of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
26 september 2018—21 october 2018
The one-painting exhibition at the Chelyabinsk State Art Museum presents a masterpiece by Boris Kustodiev — Portrait of Fyodor Shalyapin (1922).
23 august 2017—12 november 2017
August 23, exhibition “Isaac Levitan” will open at the Kaluga Regional Art Museum. Exhibition dedicated to I. I. Levitan, displayed in Kaluga for the first time, provides insight into the early period of the artist’s work, his travels to Crimea and Italy, and plein air achievements of the artist’s mature period.
17 august 2017—27 november 2017
The exhibition will present the propaganda art of the first years after the 1917 Revolution. The agitation art of this time was truly mass and embracing different aspects of everyday life. The core part of the exhibition is the production of the Decorative Institute which functioned in Petrograd-Leningrad in 1918-1926.
16 august 2017—6 november 2017
The Russian Museum holds a large collection of works by A. Rylov including paintings and sketches of various periods, graphic works, and illustrations. A comprehensive retrospective exhibition at the St. Michael's Castle presents all stages of Rylov's path in art for the first time since his last solo exhibition in 1970.
17 march 2016—11 june 2016
PERMM museum of contemporary art
Opening of the exhibition “Actual drawing”
The exhibition was first presented in the Russian Museum in spring 2014 and became the first full museum presentation of contemporary Russian drawing, gaining appreciation of visitors and experts.
17 march 2016—2 june 2016
The bright and vivid world of the circus found its reflection in the work of many Russian artists. The major exhibition in the Russian Museum presents the pieces of art dedicated to the circus of the XIX-XX centuries for the first time. Among the artists who were inspired by this subject are A. Benois, S. Sudeikin, A. Shevchenko, S. Dymshits-Tolstaya, I. Puni, A. Jakovlev, V. Shukhaev, M. Shemiakin, A.Agabekov, N. Nesterova, K, Simun, I. Tarasiuk and others.
3 march 2016—30 may 2016
The bright and mystical feast of the Venice carnival, attracting the public every February is one of the most loved and thrilling subjects for the photographers. Capturing the subtle and eternally elusive image of Venice and expressing the festive and playful atmosphere of the carnival and its very spirit is a difficult but captivating challenge for the masters of photography.
3 september 2015—7 december 2015
The exhibition presents the oeuvre of Andrei Bodrov - the contemporary graphic artist from Saint-Petersburg. The artist's works of various genres and themes including the image of contemporary city, nature, the world of objects that surround us were shown earlier at the artist's personal exhibitions in Saint-Petersburg, Kazan, Ufa, Rybinsk and other cities in Russia and overseas.
20 august 2015—31 october 2015
The exhibition comprises around 100 works from the collection of the Russian Museum that let visitors trace the history of the lubok and the evolution of the themes and artistic methods during the 150 years - from the second half of the XVIII century till 1917.
6 august 2015—5 october 2015
Stone is one of the most ancient sculptural materials. Its plastic and esthetic potential allows it reveal a huge variety of images and forms - from the religious statues and monumental gravestones to the elegant figurines and statuettes. In contrast to wood and bronze. which tend to be used in more applied spheres, the stone may represent the most abstract images and thus express complex philosophical concepts and serve as the best example of the sculpture as a phenomenon.
29 october 2014—24 november 2014
The exhibition presents the works by Rasim Babayev - the artist who belongs to the group of outstanding Azerbaijanian artists.
3 october 2014—2 november 2014
On the 4th of October 2014 "Byzantine routes" photo exhibition was opened in Coffee House by the АСЕВ Association and the "Metropoli" Cultural Foundation with the support of the State Russian Museum.
24 september 2014—10 november 2014
The 1960s and 1970s were a period in Russian art when those who could not accept the system of the Academy of Arts sought their own paths of progression and figures of authority.
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).
8 september 2011—7 november 2011
The exhibition for the first time so fully presents the variety of the interpretations of the phenomena of dance as a significant aesthetic category from the beginning of the 20th century till nowadays.
24 august 2011—17 october 2011
Monotype is one of the most original techniques of the author's print graphic art where the methods of painting and engraving are organically combined.
11 august 2011—3 october 2011
The solo exhibition of the contemporary Russian artist Grigory Dembovsky presents 55 works that were created in the 1980’s–2000’s, from the artist’s studio and the other private collections.
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.
28 october 2009—1 december 2009
For the first time the paintings by the well-known painter-emigrant Vladimir Titov, who lives now in France are presented at his personal exhibition in Saint-Petersburg. The exposition includes 45 works from the author's collection.
14 october 2009—10 november 2009
The exhibition activity of Abezgauz envelop hundreds of expositions: from the small apartment-exhibitions of the Leningrad underground to such final historic expositions as "From Gulag to Glasnost.
8 october 2009—30 november 2009
At the exhibition there are presented for the first time in Russia the works by the well-known Canadian animal painter, naturalist and active greener Robert Bateman.
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.
20 september 2007—22 october 2007
Artist, engraver and master of drawing Pravoslav Sovak was born in 1926, Bohemia.
20 september 2007—22 october 2007
From September 20 to October 22 the rooms of the St Michael's (Engineers) Castle of the State Russian Museum will hold the exhibition of paintings by Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna, the younger daughter of Emperor Alexander III and Empress Marie Fyodorovna, sister of Nicholas II.
3 september 2007—17 october 2007
The Russian Museum within the framework of the Year of China in Russia opens the exposition of Chinese art consisting of two exhibitions in the rooms of the St Michael’s (Engineers) Castle on September 3, 2007.
6 april 2006—9 may 2006
The one-woman show of the artist Katya Medvedeva is held in the rooms of the Marble Palace from 6 April to 9 May 2006. It comprises 60 works of the 1970s-2000s.
30 march 2006—15 august 2006
On 30 March the St Nicholas of Myra exhibition was opened in the Benois Wing of the State Russian Museum.
6 march 2006—3 april 2006
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.
17 november 2004—17 december 2004
The exhibition marks the seventieth anniversary of the birth of Andrei Yakovlev, honoured artist of Russia and winner of the Repin Prize.
15 november 2004—6 december 2004
The Zone of Happiness exhibition shows four Olga Chernysheva's videofilms (The Unknown, Self-Studying, Dionysius Steamer, Train), as well as a series of drawings and watercolours created by the artist on the basis of her video- and photo-works.
15 october 2004—15 november 2004
This is the first ever exhibition of the famous American photographer Roger Ballen in Russia.
5 november 2003—14 december 2003
The personal exhibition of Natalya Savinova showcases works, which has already became classic, from the State Russian Museum collection, as well as those created recently, which belong to the author and have never been shown to public.
30 october 2003—1 december 2003
The first in Russia exhibition of works of the famous British artist, a mega-star of international art stage, Damien Herst, will showcase 100 graphic pictures and one large-scale sculpture.
10 october 2003—20 november 2003
The exhibition dated to the ninetieth birthday of the Swiss artist and philosopher Victor Ruzo introduces his works of different oeuvre periods, which depict his unique life story, a story of a peculiar oeuvre phenomenon.
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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