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Ars Fennica. 1991-2003. Ars Fennica Laureates in the Russian Museum

25 november 2004—15 january 2005
The exhibition showcases works of art by moderns artist from Finland, Scandinavia and the Baltic states - Ars Fennica laureates of 1991-2003. The Ars Fennica art award is given annually to one artist, in recognition of distinctive artistic output of high merit. The award includes a monetary prize, the publication of a catalogue of works by the winner and an exhibition tour of three Finnish art museums. The present exhibition shows works of painting, photography, objects and sculpture The Ars Fennica Foundation was set up in 1990 by entrepreneur Pertti Niemistö and his wife Henna to promote the visual arts, open up new international contacts for the Finnish art world and to encourage artists in their creative work. All the Ars Fennica award nominees are usually already quite well-known. Participation in the contest gives an artist a new status, as Ars Fennica is extremely popular, objective and respected in Finland. The exhibition of the Ars Fennica laureates demonstrates the practice-proved and approved formula of non-governmental support of modern art in Finland. The exhibition is organised with the support of the Finnish Consulate General in St Petersburg, the Institute of Finland in St Petersburg and the Pro Arte Institute. Ars Fennica laureates 1991-2003
  • Maaria Wirkkala, Finland
  • Johan Scott, Finland
  • Per Kirkeby, Denmark
  • Olegs Tillbergs, Latvia
  • Silja Rantanen, Finland
  • Pauno Pohjolainen, Finland
  • Peter Frie, Sweden
  • Markus Copper, Finland
  • Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Iceland
  • Heli Hiltunen, Finland
  • Heli Rekula, Finland
  • Anu Tuominen, Finland
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The Light of Learning: Publishing and Educational Posters from the Collection of the Russian Museum

The Light of Learning: Publishing and Educational Posters from the Collection of the Russian Museum

16 december 2020—30 march 2021

The exhibition features posters from the collection of the Russian Museum, relating to education in Russia in the first third of the twentieth century. The exposition includes about 120 works of agitation art of the widest thematic range - from narrow advertising in bookstores, publishing houses and libraries to large-scale propaganda of reading, getting knowledge and education.

Gifts to the Russian Museum from Artists and Collectors. Selected Works. 1898–2019

Gifts to the Russian Museum from Artists and Collectors. Selected Works. 1898–2019

29 july—30 november 2020

To mark the 125th anniversary of the Russian Museum, such an exhibition will be shown in all of its palaces, bringing together items of different epochs and donors, including the imperial family (Alexander III, Nicholas II, Grand Dukes), famous patrons of the arts and many others. General sponsor of the exhibition - VTB Bank.

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