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Zolotoivek The firstever matryoshka dolls created by Vasily

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“Our Land/Alien Territory” at the Manezh features Russian and foreign artists whose. “

Photos of guards by the Tomb of the Unknown Solider in Alexandrovsky Sad at different times

An early stereoscopic card entitled 'Granfather's Dream,' creating an illusion of depth through

Artist Pal Sarkozy, father of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, at the opening of

A photo of militia fighters waiting to be checked is part of “Jews in the

Two visitors sitting opposite each other in the Mutual Wave Machine, a capsule that analyzes

The Kovcheg Gallery, which focuses on 20th-century Russian artwork, is presenting an

Two generations finding a common language as they discuss a painting at the Open Club Gallery

Shchusev State Museum of Architecture celebrates the 125th anniversary of Soviet avant-garde architect Konstantin

Nikolai Feshin is among the ten most expensive Russian artists in the world. You can

Black and white prints made by abstractionist Igor Vulokh as illustrations for a book are among

Aivazovsky in Italian costume, by Vasily Sternberg, 1842

More than a hundred works by Andrei Dubov can now be seen in an exhibit at

The “Circassian Tales” exhibition, featuring scenes from Caucasian folklore, will be on

Matryoshka dolls (aka nesting dolls)

Despite recent protests carried out by Orthodox activists, the exhibition, “The Sculptures We

The First Quarter (Pervaya Chetvert): Kovcheg Gallery celebrates its 25th jubilee with a

Visitors at the Triumph Gallery survey Mattia Dall'Orto's new exhibition, 'Perfect Strangers

Head out to the Russian street markets this weekend where you can buy an array of

A kimono-wearing visitor looks at old Japanese fans at the Vauxhall Center exhibition,

The Unequal Marriage 1862 Vasily Vladimirovich Pukirev State Tretyakov Gallery; Moscow, Russia. Russian

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A woman checking out items on display at Na Solyanke Gallery's "The Color of Pomegranates

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This week will see the Red Square awash with bibliophiles flocking to the four-day

Kafka: works by contemporary Russian artists on the themes of Franz Kafka, to March

The ARTPLAY Design Center hosts “Michelangelo: The Creation.” The contemporary exhibition allows

Alexander Rodchenko. Workers Club: (1885-1953): The reconstructed interior of

Visitors checking out work by American photographer Herb Ritts in an exhibit called “In Full

Yury Albert: full retrospective of works by this Moscow conceptual artist, to Jan.

Monet to Cezanne. French Impressionists: multimedia educational exhibition, to Aug. 31.

The painting, “I Fly Far,” composed by 7 different artists, and

Mikhail Alshibaya, cardiologist, artist and collector has opened his exhibit “Surgery: birth

These two stencils of Obama and Putin are on display at the Artplay Center as part

Forty seven ink paintings by legendary Chinese artist Zhou Shaohua are currently on show at the

Born in Lithuania, artist Aaron April moved to Israel in 1972. Hi sbrightly colored

Participants gazing at art, both literally and figuratively, at the opening of the exhibit

Visitors having fun and admiring pieces on display at sculptor Gennady Krasnoshlikov's "Myths and Reality

Artist Vera Konyashova presents “The Act of Construction,” a collection of media installations

Great Painters of the Renaissance From The Carrara Academy in Bergamo, to July 27.

Russian Ballet (song)

Valentin Serov (1865-1911): paintings and graphics, to Jan. 17

Pakistani artist Iqra Tanveer's images of sand have intrigued numerous Muscovites at her ongoing exhibit at

Over 200 photos by Vladimir Vyatkin, a state news photographer since 1968, are on

Catch Kandinsky Prize finalists at the Udarnik cinema in a fascinating exhibit of the best of

“The Other Capital” at the Museum of Moscow has an eclectic collection of art. “

Andrei Bely's revolutionary Nikolay, the protagonist of “Petersburg,” is showing in “

Olga Sviblova, director of the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow at the Silver Camera exhibition

John Everett Millais' painting of drowned Ophelia from "Hamlet." Ophelia clutches onto

A woman checks out the colorful pictures at the “Pattern Recognition” exhibition at the

Visiting Rodchenko and Stepanova (V Gostyakh u Rodchenko i Stepanovoi): exhibit dedicated to

Sculptures, ancient scrolls, paintings and drinking vessels are on show at the “Tea

Matching Muscovites neatly contrast with two canvases by Georg and Ilya Pusenkoff, a father and

Open Club Gallery, just off Malaya Nikitskaya, specialises in holding shows that feature young

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Visitors to Na Lenivke Gallery viewing an exhibit of watercolors of Crimea by Maximillian Voloshin (

The curator of World Press Photo 2013 at the Red October Gallery stand in front of

A visitor looking at a painting of an otter at “Fairy Tales of Alaska”

A man checking out “In the Name of Dokku Umarov,” displayed at an

Two visitors taking a break and discussing the artwork on display in the Pamir exhibition,

A man shines a flashlight on one of the works on display at the “Underwater

An exhibition at the Moscow Union of Artists features works by artists from South Ossetia in

One of Oscar-nominated Bastien Dubois' pieces of "Faces from Places" showing

Visitors to Moscow State University Botanical Garden admiring Hrant Gharibyan's sculptures, illustrative of man's struggle

Visitors enjoy “Life Long Creativity,” an exhibition of works by the late artist

The colorful exhibition "Agnirealism," brought together the artworks of three unique artists:

Girls having no problem navigating "Bely Den" at the Vauxhall Center in crippling heels

Novy Maznezh hosts finalists and winners of Jameel Prize 3, an award for contemporary art

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Benois' "Military Parade of Emperor Paul in front of Mikhailovsky Castle." A

Muscovites admire a GAZ GL-1 from the late 1930s that is currently on display

Alfred Wertheimer was 26 when he was assigned to follow an unknown singer in 1956.

Woman looks at photo 'Bois de Boulogne, Paris', a piece at the

A pensive Muscovite examining photos of tall ships, part of an exhibit at the newly

A man checks out the “Perspectives” collection as part of the Photo Biennale exhibit

A display of works nominated for the Kandinsky Prize opened at the Udarnik Cinema earlier this

Artist Oleg Tselkov's last exhibit in Russia was in the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and the

People strolling along Gorky Park's riverside avenue in 1939. Langman's photos from the era are

A visitor to Dom Nashokina gallery's “Viva la Vida!” exhibit viewing some of

Head to the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center for a wonderfully designed exhibit dedicated to Jewish

Visualizer Viktor Lvov walks by engineer Vasily Samylkin who is decorating the entrance to the studio.

A gallery visiter examining one of famous Uzbeki graphic artist and painter Petr Annenkov's work s

The Primitive Russia festival opens at the Central House of Artists on Friday with an exhibit

People taking a closer look at some of the works on display at the “Gradation