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6 of Yekaterinburg’s Must-See Sights
Don’t miss these sightseeing hotspots!
A Window to Democracy in Yekaterinburg
A look inside the majestic halls of Yeltsin Center
Past Imperfect: Congolese Painting at Garage
An exhibition at Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art shows the heavy influence of colonialism on the art of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and...
Zverev's Game: The Art of Breaking Rules
A new exhibition at the Anatoly Zverev Museum pits four artists across time and genres.
The annual show by Moscow’s stage designers is being held in an abandoned hospital.
Museum Night: Moscow calls on culture to win 'battle of the sofa'
Once celebrated as the city of 1,000 churches, these days Moscow is a city of museums. On the evening of May 20, over 200 museums, galleries, and art schools...
Victory Day, Through a Lens Darkly
Russian-American artist Naum Medovoy's first solo exhibition in Russia, “Last March” attempts to cast the Soviet victory in a different light by highlighting...
Tretyakov Gallery Takes High-Profile Exhibitions to Russia's Regions
“Genius of the Century,” which opened last week in Kazan is a result of a collaboration between the Tretyakov Gallery and two leading institutions...
Winzavod: 10 Years at the Cutting Edge
When the Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art opened to much discussion 10 years ago with its first exhibit, it looked destined to become a revolutionary...
Two Italian Greats: Finally Together in Moscow
This May, exhibitions of two great 20th century Italian artists, De Chirico and Morandi opened at the Tretyakov Gallery and the Pushkin Museum of Fine...
Hosting the Inhuman
The V-A-C Foundation once again proves to be one of the most forward-looking cultural institutions in the city. Its most recent exhibition, entitled “Hosting...
Happiness on Canvas: Serebryakova at the Tretyakov
It’s fitting that the Tretyakov Gallery’s major retrospective dedicated to Zinaida Serebryakova coincides with the arrival of spring in Moscow. The...
Masterpieces From the Desert: Uzbekistan’s Avant-Garde Treasures
Obscure works from a Central Asian museum come to Moscow
Music, Eggs and Kulich: 7 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Moscow
As color begins to seep back into the streets of Moscow, spring is finally arriving. From markets and concerts to activities for the kids, we have the...
Under new leadership, Moscow’s legendary museum is hosting more exhibitions than ever before
Upon Request: Russia’s Forgotten Avant-Garde
The second part of an exhibition of avant-garde art from regional museums highlights work by unknown artists, including canvases by more than 20 painters...
Deciphering a Revolution
In 2017, Russia marks the 100th anniversary of one of the most crucial episodes in its history —the October Revolution. And what better place to hold...
Nathan Sawaya: Bringing Lego to Life
Made from 80,020 individual Lego bricks, artist Nathan Sawaya’s six-meter long replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex is anything but child’s play.
Eclectic Six: Exciting Exhibitions to Catch in Moscow This Spring
From Valentin Serov to naïve art, from photography to an art quest, here's a round-up of exhibitions currently running in Moscow that you need to see...
Garage Triennial: Giving Regional Artists a Voice
Last week, Garage opened its first ever Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, probably its largest undertaking since the move to its new home in Gorky...
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