07.03.2017 – 21.05.2017
The exhibition is a perspective outlook on the post-war art and culture of East and West Europe as integral artistic scenery, created by artists of different countries no matter their political commitment.
31.01.2017 – 09.04.2017
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts presents a solo exhibition of the contemporary Japanese artist Yasumasa Morimura. The show is dedicated to the history of self-portrait in the world art. The display will present over 80 pieces from the collection of The National Museum of Art (Osaka), Hara Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo), The National Museum of Modern Art (Kyoto), and from the collection of the artist.
24.01.2017 – 26.03.2017
The exhibition is dedicated to the eponymous graphic cycles of the outstanding Spanish artists of different periods – Francisco Goya and Salvador Dalí.
The Geogian Avant-garde: 1900–1930s. Pirosmani, Gudiashvili, Kakabadze and other artists. From museums and privita collections.
08.12.2016 – 12.03.2017
For the first time in Russia, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts presents such an extensive exhibition of artworks by Georgian artists of the first third of the 20th century. Visitors will be able to see works by Niko Pirosmanashvili (Pirosmani), Vladimir (Lado) Gudiashvili, David Kakabadze, Kirill Zdanevich, Alexander Bazhbeuk-Melikov (Melikyan), Elene Akhvlediani, Irakli Gamrekeli, Petre Otskheli, and Zygmunt Waliszewski. The exhibition will present 200 paintings, easel drawings and theatrical decorations from major Russian and Georgian museums and private collections.
Princes Golitsyn’s Family Estate that constitutes a part of the Museum Quarter of The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts continues its activity. The new exhibition project ‘House of Impressions. Wandering with a Troubadour’ represents a development of reflections on contemporary artistic vision and language. Artists participating in the project become modern troubadours; they address universal means of communication – sound and music – that make it possible for various communities to understand each other when words are unable to do so.