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.
Vladimir Titov was born in 1950 in Moscow. He learned from the legendary nonconformal painter Vasily Sitnikov. Later he joined this trend himself. Vladimir Titov gets the topics from the social environment of the city outskirts, slums, back streets, his heroes are the outcast inhabitants of the megalopolis. But his art is not the continuation of the descriptive-genre painting, that was traditional for the Russian art, it is not one of the soc-art trends. Highlighting the realm of shadows in the every day life Titov finds its beauty and poetry, that are strange and unusual for the Russian tradition.
27 june—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—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”.
The collection of masterpieces, chosen by the Russian Museum will allow you to make a first impression of the collection of the Russian Museum.
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Virtual tour of the museum complex. 2009 (Rus., Eng., Ger., Fin.)
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