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Italian Artists of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries in the Collection of the Russian Museum

27 may 2002—31 october 2002
The exhibition organized within the framework of the IV 'Italy in Italyanskaya street ' festival presents paintings and graphic art by Italian masters who worked in Russia in the 18th and first half of the 19th centuries One of the first foreigners to work in St Petersburg was the perspective artist and theatrical designer Giuseppe Valeriani. The plafond compositions in the Stroganov Palace and the St Michael's Castle were painted by him alongside the canvases currently put on display in the Marble Palace. The artist's contemporary, Antonio Giambattista Peresinotti, was the author of 'landscape and perspective ornaments'. Peresinotti was also among the first foreigners to teach at the St Petersburg Imperial Academy of Arts. Pietro Antonio Rotari, Stefano Torelli, Francesco Fontebasso and Pietro Gradizzi arrived in St Petersburg from various regions of Italy virtually simultaneously. Their works alongside the portraits by Salvatore Tonci and Alessandro Molinari as well as canvases by Vincenzo Briosci and Antonio Vighi are exhibited in the rooms of the Marble Palace. In the 19th century the fate of many Italians who lived and worked in Russia became inseparable from it and they even acquired Russian names. Fedele Bruni became Fyodor, Michele Scotti was given the name Mikhail and Luigi Premazzi was christened Ludwig. The works currently on display in the Marble Palace are in the collection of the Russian Museum.
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Ivan Lubennikov: Paintings. Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

Ivan Lubennikov: Paintings. Celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the Artist’s Birth

22 april—29 june 2021

The jubilee exhibition of Ivan Lubennikov includes more than 60 paintings of different years, from the 1980s to the present day, and is designed to present a wide range of topics that the author is passionate about.

Millennials in Contemporary Russian Art

Millennials in Contemporary Russian Art

4 march—14 june 2021

Millennials or Generation Y - those who were born in the 1980s-1990s and entered the new millennium at a young age. This generation is characterized by the difficult self-identification and the attention to the problem of self-presentation, reflected in the authors' attempt to talk more about their individual experiences, their fears, traumas or fantasy worlds.

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