Cultural events in Russia and the world
“Travel Around Your Home Country” photo exhibition is currently underway in Sheremetyevo International Airport, Aeroexpress Terminal, 3rd floor. This is a joint project of Aeroexpress and TRIP2RUS.RU travel portal. On display are sixteen best works of “Travel Around Your Home Country” All-Russian Photo Festival, which portray landscapes and sights of regions of Russia.
On June 10, 2018 the Grabar Center (the All-Russian Research and Restoration Center), the oldest restoration institution in Russia, marked the centenary of its foundation. Founded shortly after the revolution the center not only contributed greatly towards preservation of many works of art, but also laid the foundations for the Russian research restoration school. In the course of the year of its anniversary the center is highlighting important milestones of its century-long history and is presenting restoration work of museum’s items nowadays.
The impressive exhibition of works of Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) – the pioneer of Russian avant-garde, founder of suprematism, one of the most prominent artists of 20th century, opened on September 15, 2018 in the branch of the State Russian Museum in Malaga (Spain). On the same day residents and guests of Malaga had a chance to attend the opening of the exhibition of another master of Russian avant-garde – David Birliuk (1882-1967).
In 2018 the State Museum of Art and Culture of Novgorod Land teamed up with the Murom Museum of History and Art to take part in the “Collection+” Interregional Virtual Exhibition Project. As a part of it six virtual exhibitions about the culture of Novgorod Land and Vladimir Region will be arranged and made available on official websites of museums.
As a part of “The Romanovs. Family Chronicles” exhibition the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow, Krymsky Val) is presenting unique materials from the archives of the Russian Imperial family. The exhibition of photo documents from the gallery’s collections showcases a previously unknown collection of photographs. It features photographs, taken during the reign of three Russian Emperors — Alexander II, Alexander III and Nicholas II — the collection spanning the period from 1870s to 1914.
On September 18, 2018 the Manege Central Exhibition Hall (St. Petersburg) is launching a museum and theatrical project “Preserve Forever”, dedicated to the centenary of transforming former imperial estates of Gatchina, Pavlovsk, Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo into public museums. The project will be open in the Manege until October 8.
On September 18, 2018 the Suzdal Kremlin (Vladimir Region) is holding the 2nd Annual Conference “The Museum and Tourism”, organized by the State Vladimir-Suzdal Museum-Reserve jointly with “World Without Borders” travel association. During the conference, which is a dialogue between the museum and tourism experts, participants will address the problems, interfering with the development of the industry and plans for the winter season.