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Nicholas I
St Michael’s Castle

Nicholas I

13 february—13 june 2019

The exhibition from the cycle “The Romanovs Family Saga” covers the personality and state affairs of Emperor Nicholas I, as reflected in the works of painting, graphics, numismatics and ...

Fyodor Konyukhov
St Michael’s Castle

Fyodor Konyukhov

28 march—13 june 2019

An exhibition of paintings and graphic works by a famous traveler revealing his extraordinary vision.

Three Petersburg Collections
Benois Wing

Three Petersburg Collections

11 april—10 june 2019

The exhibition will present paintings, graphics, sculpture, theatrical-decorative and applied arts, and numismatics from three private collections in St. Petersburg: th...

Pyotr Fomin. Nikita Fomin. In the Land of Pskov
Marble Palace

Pyotr Fomin. Nikita Fomin. In the Land of Pskov

18 april—10 june 2019

The exhibition presents a hundred paintings by Pyotr Fomin and Nikita Fomin, united by the love for the native landscape, for the hills and trees of ...

Oleg Voukolov
Marble Palace

Oleg Voukolov

25 april—10 june 2019

The exhibition of paintings and graphic works by the Russian artist, now living and working in France, in which the main characters are... pillows.

Bone carver Yakov Seryakov. To the 200th anniversary of birth
St Michael’s Castle

Bone carver Yakov Seryakov. To the 200th anniversary of birth

6 june—2 september 2019

An exhibition of the talented Russian master of bone carving, the author of numerous portraits, provides a comprehensive overview of the ...

Angels of the 21st Century
Benois Wing

Angels of the 21st Century

13 june—19 august 2019

The exhibition will trace the pictorial and semantic metamorphosis of the image of angel in fine arts from modernism, symbolism, and avant-garde to the art of our contemp...

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Reconstruction of the courtyards of the Mikhailovsky Palace will pass without closing the museum for visitors

24 march 2016—24 march 2016

Reconstruction of the courtyards of the Mikhailovsky Palace will pass without displacement of the funds and closing the museum to visitors.

The first phase of the project includes covering of one of the courtyards (left) with translucent light and installation the elevator to ensure the complete availability of the Mikhailovsky Palace exhibitions to people with disabilities.

One of the tasks of the first phase of the project is the development of the museum exhibitions: the establishing of the Republican Centre of the Russian graphic art and the Graphic Cabinet in St. Michael’s Castle.

Also, the Russian Museum will be able to proceed to the restoration of the Throne Hall (267.2 square meters), the Resurrection Hall (348, 5 sq.m.), Arabesque Gallery (137 sq.m.) and other halls in St. Michael’s Castle. These works will begin after moving of the Central Naval Library (2200 square meters) from the Mikhailovsky Castle, which will start in May 2016.



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