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Moscow in Photographs of the 1860s — early 1900s. From the cycle “Traveling around Russian Empire”

Moscow in Photographs of the 1860s — early 1900s. From the cycle “Traveling around Russian Empire”
4 july 2018—13 august 2018
The Russian Museum holds a unique collection representing the photographic image of Moscow in the 1860s — early 1900s. It includes photographs by prominent masters and well-known studios, such as Scherer, Nabholz & Co., Russian Photography in Moscow, A. P. Reinbot, I. F. Barschevsky, I. N. Aleksandrov, M. P. Nastyukov, M. M. Panov, E. M. Simonov, K. A. Fischer, S. A. Baranov, W. Cecatto, T. Mitreiter, and others. 

Moscow-based photographers worked in a great variety of genres and techniques. They created views and panoramas, interior and architectural photographs, scenes of everyday life in the city, gift albums fit for the tsar, and even postcards. They captured landmarks of Moscow architecture that have been long gone and that are still in place today. Taken from different viewpoints, these photographs allow for a thorough study of those buildings, providing us with information on their location, décor, and function. 

Two hundred historical views of Moscow, presented to the broad public for the first time ever, continue the photographic retrospective series “Traveling around Russian Empire” and are dedicated to the 870th anniversary of Moscow. 
Exhibitions
Alexander Tyshler. The Theater in Easel Paintings

Alexander Tyshler. The Theater in Easel Paintings

28 november 2019—16 march 2020

The exhibition held in the year of the theater in Russia is dedicated to the wonderful, mysterious and strange world of images of Alexander Tyshler (1898–1980). The Russian Museum has an extensive collection of paintings and graphic works by Tyshler, which were donated to the museum by the master and his wife and also by G.M. Levitin, a close friend of many Russian theater scenic artists.

Boris Lurie. American Nonconformist

Boris Lurie. American Nonconformist

29 august 2019—11 november 2019

Leningrad-born survivor of Nazi concentration camps, member of New York avant-garde scene of the 1950s and 1960s, Boris Lurie touches upon the most sensitive, problematic and hot issues, such as consumer society, Nazi crimes against humanity, and the reflection of sexuality in mass consciousness.

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Virtual tour of the museum complex. 2009 (Rus., Eng., Ger., Fin.)

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