Russian Impressionism MuseumArt-buffs are welcome to visit the Russian Impressionism Museum, which opened its doors in Moscow on the 28th of May. The exhibition hall is located on the grounds of the former “Bolshevik” confectionery factory grounds.
Museum organizers have worked hard to surprise the most experienced audience. A large wall facing the entrance is used as a screen for monumental installation by Jean-Christophe Coue. The paintings from the museum's collection are created by invisible brush in front of the amazed public.
Visitors of the museum will see five masterpieces sounded by the modern composer Dmitri Kourliandski whose opera Nosferatu recently suprised the theater world. Among these paintings are 'Window' by Valentin Serov, skating rink “Dinamo” by Pyotr Konchalovsky, 'Wet playbills' by Jury Pimenov, “Rostov Kremlin Gates” by Konstantin Yuon and 'Venice' by Boris Kustodiev.
It should be mentioned that the term 'Russian impressionism' in this museum is understood in its wider sense. Its collection is not limited to the masterpieces painted at the beginning of the XX century but also features artists who worked in the similar style.
'John McAslan + Partners' British architecture office who turned the museum into spaceship-like silver cylinder. The museum will surprise you with high-tech innovations including a giant cargo elevator, automatic cloakroom, modern cinema and a big balcony opening a great view.
You can learn more about the museum on its
Moscow Current Events
15.04.2017 — 01.06.2017
Flower Festival at Aptekarsky Ogorod
Missing warm sunny days, greenery and flowers? So are we! Fortunately, harsh Russian winter is almost over and Moscow Aptekarsky Ogorod (Apothecaries' garden) is celebrating it with the XVII Spring flower festival.
05.04.2017 — 30.07.2017
Zinaida Serebryakova Exhibition
The most complete collection of Zinaida Serebryakovaâ€™s works so far is waiting for visitors in Tretyakovâ€™s gallery on Lavrushinsky Lane, 12
14.02.2017 — 11.06.2017
The Thaw exhibition
Tretyakov gallery on Krymsky Val Street is hosting the Thaw exhibition — one of its largest projects of recent years. It took almost four years to gather and put on display the ultimate collection of evidence, reflecting the unique political phenomenon.
Moscow in miniature
Would you like to see the central part of the largest city model that will enter the Guinness Book of World Records? You have an excellent chance to do it till the end of 2015 in All-Russia Exhibition Centre VDNKh. We belive that an architecture model of Moscow (Moscow in miniature) performed at a scale of 1:400 is really worth seeing.
Robostation in VDNH
If you are interested in everything connected with robots you should certainly attend one of the most curious interactive museum called Robostation, situated in All-Russia Exhibition Centre VDNH. Here visitors of all ages have a great chance to get acquainted with modern robots, take part in different activities, enjoy technopark, chemistry show and show of dancing robots.
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20.05.2017 — 21.05.2017
Moscow museum night 2017
More than 200 art spaces and museums are participating at the Museum Night, which has already become traditional May pastime. This year Moscow festival marks its 11th anniversary and celebrates 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Galleries and art centers will receive visitors until midnight and further, most of them â€“ free of charge.
12.04.2017 — 23.04.2017
Moscow Easter Festival 2017
As the capital is preparing for real spring, the streets begin to fill with curios decorations. They mark a great opening of Moscow Festival Â«Easter giftÂ», that will last from 12 April to 23 April.
15.03.2017 — 26.03.2017
Moscow Irish Week 2017
This year Moscow Irish Week, the largest Irish festival in Russia, marks its 25th anniversary and invites every fan of Irish culture to join the grand celebration. You are welcome to become part of the festival that features various music and dance performances, book presentations, concerts and special film screenings.
17.02.2017 — 26.02.2017
Maslenitsa Festival 2017
Get ready for one of the brightest celebrations of the year â€“ Maslenitsa Festival! Maslenitsa is a special holiday that marks the beginning of spring and symbolically sends winter off. The celebration includes skomorokhi (clowns) and colourfully clothed acrobats, gusli musicians, hot Russian pancakes and lots of games. This yearâ€™s festival is not an exception, so it is a perfect time to literally go to town.
24.01.2017 — 12.03.2017
Los Caprichos. Goya and Dali
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts continues its succession of exciting exhibitions with â€śLos caprichosâ€ť by Francisco Goya and Salvador Dali. Goya created a series of engravings in 1799, dedicating it to condemnation of human vices and imperfections of existing rules. The series includes such pieces as â€śThe Sleep of Reason Produces Monstersâ€ť, â€śLove and Deathâ€ť, â€śGood adviceâ€ť, â€śTantalusâ€ť, as well as well-known â€śFrancisco Goya y Lucientes, Painterâ€ť.
29.12.2016 — 29.01.2017
The Ice Moscow Festival
If you have already enjoyed the sites of Moscow, but donâ€™t have an opportunity to visit other cities, then youâ€™re lucky to witness an impressive collection of the most famous Russian symbols and locations. The â€śIce Moscowâ€ť Festival, placed in Park Pobedy on Poklonnaya Hill, has gathered ice installations depicting well-known monuments, buildings and even animals.