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18/09/2020 Diversity / Unity will encompass renowned and emerging artists exploring pro-European discourse. The exhibition, which will take place in Moscow, Berlin and Paris, touches on topics such as freedom, dignity, respect, conflict and dialogue, landscapes and power, as well as political identity and personal self-determination.
At the Academy of N.S. Mikhalkov will host free online master classes by Vladimir Baycher, Dmitry Astrakhan and Vladimir Alenikov
18/09/2020 The Academy of Cinematographic and Theater Arts of N. S. Mikhalkov continues a series of free online master classes with prominent figures of culture and arts as part of a joint program with the Elena and Gennady Timchenko Charitable Foundation "Support for young theater and cinema professionals" in 2020.
18/09/2020 On September 25, the Perm Gallery will host the exhibition "Thank you, Perm!", Dedicated to the history of the evacuation of Russian museums during the Great Patriotic War to our city, which at that time was named after Molotov.
18/09/2020 On September 22 at 16:00 at the School of Watercolors of Sergei Andriyaka the opening of the exhibition "Sevastopol Regiment during the Great Patriotic War" will take place.
17/09/2020 On September 18 at 14.00 in the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Lenin st., 103, second floor) the opening of the exhibition by Sergei Belov "In Touch" will take place.
17/09/2020 The exhibition of one painting by Dmitry Mikhailovich Tarkhov (1893–1948) "The Capture of Kaluga" (1942) will start on September 15 at the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts.
17/09/2020 From 16 to 30 September 2020, an exhibition of Asya Krizhanovskaya, a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, is being held at the House-Museum of Marina and Anastasia Tsvetaev at the address: Moscow, Borisoglebskiy pereulok, 6, building 1.
17/09/2020 The Art of Nature exhibition will be held at the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Sergey Andriyaka School of Watercolors.
Exhibition "View from the twentieth century. Old Russian temple painting in copies of Soviet artists"
16/09/2020 An exhibition from the funds of the Andrei Rublev Museum in the halls of the Museum and Exhibition Complex of the Russian Academy of Arts is devoted to the topic of copying outstanding ancient Russian temple paintings in the 1920s – 1980s. The exhibition presents copies of the murals of the most famous monuments of ancient Russian monumental painting: from the St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev to the murals of the famous master Dionysius in the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin of the Ferapontov Monastery. Some of the originals have not survived to this day, which makes copies made from them especially valuable.
16/09/2020 Exhibition of plein air works of graduates and students of the Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after IN AND. Surikov.
16/09/2020 On September 25, a group exhibition of Sofia Akimova and Svetlana Malakhova "Nudity" (18+) will open at the Exposed Art Center.
16/09/2020 Yeltsin Center together with the "Encyclopedia of Russian Avant-garde" represent "Avangard. On a Cart in the XXI Century ”- the first exhibition in the history of the study of Russian art, revealing the history of the display of contemporary art, unprecedented for provincial cities. The project contains almost one and a half hundred works of the 51st artist, from the collections of the Vyatka Art Museum, the Yaransk Museum of Local Lore and the Sloboda Museum of Local Lore.
16/09/2020 2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of theater artist Alexander Nikolaevich Benois and the 140th anniversary of the birth of ballet dancer and choreographer Mikhail Mikhailovich Fokin.
16/09/2020 The Takeda company together with the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts presents the exhibition project “The Rule of Exclusivity” in the northern capital of Russia within the framework of the international social project “Takeda.
16/09/2020 The works of Olga Yukhtina-Geygan presented in the exposition are a landing from London. Their appearance in St. Petersburg in a small suitcase turned into this small exhibition. Her graphics, like her painting, are multi-layered.