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COLLECTION OF MAXIM KOCHEROV

Klaes Corneliszoon Moeyaert. Elisha the Prophet and Naaman. 1630’s. Oil on wood. Netherlands.
9 july 2014—1 september 2014
The exhibition presents the works of European and Russian art from the collection of Maxim Kocherov who is a well-known Moscow bibliophile and collector. The exposition brings together about 15 significant examples of Old Russia icon-painting and examples of applied art and paintings by the Old European artists, particularly the canvases by representatives of Italian Renaissance and art schools of the German-language region of the 15th - 19th centuries.

In the collection of Maxim Kocherov the group of significant examples of icon-painting (the earliest one is dated second half of the 13th century) is presented. Among them are also the icons of the 15th-18th centuries, including the works, that were created in the icon-painting studio of the Arms Chamber.

The Mother of God Hodegetria. Second half of the 13th century. North-East Russia. Levkas and tempera on wood. St. John Chrysostum, St. Gregory Naziazen with Deesis. Second half of the 13th century. Levkas, tempera and gilding on wood. Quentin Matsys (Matsijs) jr. Madonna and Child. 1570’s. Oil on wood. Netherlands. Workshop of Johann Georg Ziesenis jr. Portrait of Charles I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. 1760’s. Oil on wood.

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The Leningrad Rock Club in Photographs. Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Its Opening

The Leningrad Rock Club in Photographs. Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Its Opening

17 december 2020—10 may 2021

The Leningrad Rock Club was established in early 1981 and has become a true center of attraction for musicians whose art did not fit into the Soviet cultural framework. The Leningrad Rock Club was a sign of the era of upcoming changes in the country and even now, after forty years, it is hardly needed to explain what was its role in the cultural and social life of Leningrad and, more broadly, the country.

A Photographic Perspective on St. Petersburg

A Photographic Perspective on St. Petersburg

2 november—30 november 2020

The exhibition completes the contest organized in cooperation with the Professional Photocenter Foto-One. Photographers were offered to show their view on St. Petersburg without any limitations in technique, genre, or style. The professional jury chose 97 works inspired by this unique city. Each and every photographer participating in the exhibition has his own, real and magical image of St. Petersburg.

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