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Soviet Photo

The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography is celebrating its fifth birthday with a project that traces the development of Soviet and Russian photography over the entire 20th century through ‘Soviet Photo’ magazine.

Robert Capa: Photos at the Risk of his Life

As part of the Hungarian Culture Days in Russia, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, presents a retrospective of the work of classic photojournalist Robert Capa, one of the founders of the legendary Magnum photo agency.

Street Celebrations and Performances on Victory Day

On May 8 and 9, the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War will be remembered and celebrated in Moscow parks and streets.

Victory Day Exhibitions

On May 9th, 2015, Russia celebrates the 70th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War – this is how the part of the World War II that took place on Russian territory is called in Russia. Several Moscow museums have prepared special exhibitions dedicated to the war, in which the Soviet Union lost over 26 million people, and the victory over Nazism in Europe.

The War Takes Part in Me

An exhibition of WWII artifacts at ARTSTORY gallery with free entrance, open until May 10th.

The Original Russia

The Original Russia festival is being held at the Central House of Artists for a second time. It includes photo images, paintings, films, folk crafts, presentations and master classes.

Philip Treacy. Hats in the 21st Century. Exhibition on Myasnitskaya Ulitsa

Right across the street from the HSE buildings on Myasnitskaya Ulitsa there is an eye-catching bright-blue mansionwith a cour d'honneur and a portal decorated with white atlantes. This building has been closed for decades, but today it’s open and showing a unique exhibition of hats by Philip Treacy. This might be a good way to spend that spare hour between classes or meetings on Myasnitskaya.

Exhibition of Nominees for Kandinsky Prize at Former Udarnik Cinema

From September 17 – November 30, 2014, an exhibition of nominees for the Kandinsky Prize is open at Udarnik Centre of Contemporary Art.

Moscow and London. Reflections. 1914 – 2014

On October 17, 2014, an exhibition ‘Moscow and London. Reflections. 1914 – 2014’ opened at the Museum of Moscow. It is dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the ‘Old English Embassy’ museum and tells the story of life in two world capitals during the last century through the use of photography and newsreel.

Oscar Wilde. Aubrey Beardsley. The View from Russia

An exhibition entitled ‘Oscar Wilde. Aubrey Beardsley. The View from Russia’ is currently being shown at the Pushkin Museum. It features pieces by Aubrey Beardsley together with works by Russian artists from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, whom he influenced.