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Vernissages

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.


Current

The Drawings and Watercolours by the Wanderers exhibition acquaints viewers with graphic works created by the founders of the Society of Travelling Art Exhibitions (1870–1923), as well as by artists of the younger generation.
Mstislav Farmakovsky (1873–1946) was an artist and chief curator at the State Russian Museum. The exhibition, dedicated to the 150th anniversary of his birth, opens up the art of this brilliant master of the Silver Age for the first time ever and pays tribute to the memory of the Russian Museum’s outstanding employee.
The jubilee exhibition is dedicated to the 160th anniversary of the outstanding Russian master Anna Semyonovna Golubkina. Her works are shown at the permanent exhibition of the Russian Museum in the Benois Wing and in two open funds of sculpture in St Michael’s Castle.
The exhibition is dedicated to a hundred-year-old tradition of producing decorative “military plates” depicting imperial army uniforms.
This grandiose exhibition of the celebrated painter Vasily Surikov presents over 120 paintings and graphic works, including the famous historical paintings, remarkable portraits, paintings on religious subjects, masterfully executed watercolours and fine examples of book illustrations.
This exhibition introduces visitors with more than one hundred works of Filonov’s students from the collection of Russian Museum , including four large panels from the show at the House of Press, eleven costume designs and the composition of the backdrop created by Andrei Sashin for the production of The Government Inspector, the design of the Karelo-Finnish epic Kalevala and others.
Unique in its scope and diversity of genres, the exhibition is dedicated to the heroic feat of Leningrad defenders and residents during the siege. The exhibition includes over 200 works of painting, graphic art and sculpture, mainly created in the besieged Leningrad and shown for the first time. Among them are works by Vyacheslav Pakulin, Alexei Pakhomov, Yaroslav Nikolayev, Alexander Rusakov, Vasily Kuchumov and other outstanding masters of Soviet art.

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