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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION-FORUM RUSSIA

31 January 2024

In Moscow, on the territory of VDNKh, you can visit the International Exhibition-Forum RUSSIA until 12 April. At the exhibition you can learn about the most important achievements and inventions of our country in industry, energy, transport, construction, science, culture and sports. All 89 regions of Russia became participants of the exhibition. 
NEW WINTER ACTIVITIES IN MOSCOW

17 January 2024

We are pleased to tell you about new winter activities in Moscow. For guests of the city we can offer not only classic tours with visits to such famous places as Red Square, Kremlin, St. Basil Cathedral, Tretyakov Gallery, Novodevichy Monastery and others. In winter there is a unique opportunity to visit a real husky farm and get acquainted with this amazing and friendly breed of dogs. 

"THE MUSES OF MONTPARNASSE" IN MOSCOW

31 January 2024

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts will present the exhibition "The Muses of Montparnasse" in Moscow. Opening of the exposition in the Gallery of 19th-20th century European and American art is scheduled for 15 July. The exhibition is dedicated to the legends of the Parisian district of Montparnasse - women who set the tone for one of the brightest eras. Most of the works were provided by European and American private collectors and will be shown in Russia for the first time.

The exhibition features more than 50 paintings, about 100 drawings, about 20 sculptures, more than 20 works of applied art, as well as art photographs, archival documents and materials.

“In the free and liberated environment of the Montparnasse district, the talents of artists and models, writers and collectors, and prominent secular figures were revealed. This exhibition is a story about the most important, famous and sometimes undeservedly forgotten characters in the art scene of Montparnasse in the first decades of the 20th century,” the museum says.

The exposition contains a gallery of the most striking images of those who asserted the role of women in various fields of art in the 1900-1940s.