Annually the Russian Museum organises dozens of exhibitions, which exhibit about 5,000 works from their own collection, as well as from collections of other museums and private collections. The exhibitions generate a great deal of interest. The exhibitions are accompanied by publications and multimedia programs. However access to these materials is limited.
The section “Vernissages in the Russian Museum” enables users to explore virtually the exhibition’s rooms, and get acquainted with the large exhibitions of the Russian Museum.
August 25 in the St. Michael's Castle opens the exhibition of Anna Ostroumova-Lebedeva, whose artworks reflects the revival and flourishing of etching in the early 20th century Russian art.
The exhibition comprises around 100 pieces of art by Schedrin and painters of Posillipo School from the Russian Museum and other museum collections.
The exhibition comprises over 200 pieces of art from the Russian museum collection among which are the best examples of the genre performed by the leading masters of Russian art.
The exhibition presents the oeuvre of Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin and works by his contemporaries, pupils and associates.
The bright and vivid world of the circus found its reflection in the works of many artists. The major exhibition of the Russian Museum presents the works of art of the 19th - 20th centuries dedicated to the circus for the first time.
From 24th February through May 2016 one can see the most large-scale exhibition of Léon Bakst in four rooms of the Benois wing.