Yekaterinburg Russia Art
The Museum of Everything traveled through Russia in search of artists who wanted to teach themselves art in the midst of the country's recent economic crisis. Sergei Novikov's Grassroots provides an insight into the Russian art scene as it prepares for the 2018 World Cup, and it is this background that catches the client's attention.
At the same time, the exhibition "Fountain" with works by young Petersburg artists is on view in the garden of the Anna Akhmatova Museum. In March, the venue opened, where the exhibition Real and Unreal will be shown for the first time in its history.
The museum's collection includes a collection of more than 100,000 philatelists, many of whom are invaluable to philatelists around the world. To date, the collection has demonstrated the importance of work in the most important cultural and cultural institutions in Russia and includes works by some of the most famous artists of Russia and the Soviet Union. Since then it has been transferred to the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg and the National Museum of Russian Art in Moscow.
The collection also includes works by artists such as Anastasia Tsayder, Mikhail Kuznetsov and Alexander Pushkin. A solo and group exhibition of her work will be shown in Yekaterinburg, including works from the collection of the Russian Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg and the National Museum of Russian Art in Moscow.
The ethnographic part of the exhibition is the first of its kind in Yekaterinburg and one of the few in the world. The exhibition presents sketches of urban life sketched by artists such as Anastasia Tsayder, Mikhail Kuznetsov, and Alexander Pushkin, as well as works by other artists from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
If you visit the Yeltsin Center, which is just a few blocks from the museum and can be reached by subway from 1905 Square, you can take home some souvenirs. The tour is rounded off by the collection of the Russian avant-garde and a visit to the Boris Yeltsin Museum. It is one of the most important museums in Yekaterinburg and a great place for visitors to explore Russia's rich cultural heritage and explore the nuances of its history.
The main objective of the museum is to explore graphic culture in Russia and abroad, but of particular interest are those from the period 100 years ago and more. Baroque and Rococo pieces have their place in the collection, as do modern and naive art, which is a mixture of well-known cast iron and cast iron works of art and jewellery by local artists. The museum houses a collection of more than 100,000 works of art from around the world and is housed in a large building on the outskirts of Yekaterinburg, just a few blocks from 1905 Square.
The museum shows works by the Urals industrialist Demidov, as well as works by other artists such as Alexander Kuznetsov, Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Vladimir Klimov.
The museum is located in a monumental building from 1934, where Vladimir Mulyavin, the director of the Pesnjar Ensemble, began his career. Sverdlovsk professional artists who were able to play in the theater to attract their artists. Opened in 1912, the theatre has hosted several famous Russian masters, including Ivan Kozlovsky and Sergei Lemeshev. This impressive list is not over, as the museum shows works by artists of applied arts such as Alexander Kuznetsov, Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Vladimir Klimov.
This historic industrial city features a busy thoroughfare dominated by statues of imperial and Soviet monuments. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, houses of similar architecture shaped the image of the Russian provincial city.
The domed ceiling shows the face of a saint, the wall of Rurik Vladimir Putin shows the image of the ruler, and on this floor a map of the "Russian state" comes to life. New technologies allow the park to be literally occupied, and the Magic Story Table has been installed in the socially engaged Art Residencies.
The Coliseum is located in the city centre and hosts a variety of exhibitions and events, as well as a large number of concerts, concerts and other events. In addition to the "Russian" label, there is a collection of works by artists from the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Belarus. It features works by leading artists such as Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Alexander Kuznetsov, Mikhail Gogol, Vladimir Kudryashvili, Igor Strelkov, Alexei Kravchenko, Vladislav Krasnoyarsky, Yevgeny Vyacheslav and offers a unique insight into the history of the Soviet Union and Russia's cultural history.
A masterpiece is the cast iron Kasli Pavilion, made in 1900 for the International Exhibition in Paris and listed on the UNESCO list of history, culture and monuments. A special place is given to the collection of works by artists from the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Belarus.