Things to Do in Moscow:
Paintings by Monet, Renoir, Malevich, van Gogh, Kandinsky, and many other prominent artists are on display at exhibitions in Moscow right now, together with golden treasures from Sarmatian nomad heritage.
Summer is coming, and it’s the best season for traveling in Russia. The HSE Travel student organisation has curated a collection of cities accessible within a few hours from Moscow, alongside insights into their prominent tourist attractions.
On May 17, the ‘Light and Air’ group exhibition project was opened by students of the HSE Art and Design School at the Arkhangelskoye Museum Estate. The exhibits created by the university’s contemporary artists in training reflect on how people are connected with nature. The exhibition is open until July 9.
It's hard to believe, but the Moscow City business district—one of the most prominent sights in Moscow—is several decades old. Construction started in the mid-90s on the site of a former quarry and continues to this day. This 'city in the city' holds a valuable place in the life of the capital, bringing some modern features to the ancient city and seamlessly fitting into the landscape.
The new exhibition soft(power) is open until June 18 at the HSE Art Gallery
‘Comics Mission. The Evolution of Drawn Stories in Russia’ is a large-scale event for fans of comics and graphic novels. Highlights include an exhibition, a festival and a laboratory dedicated to national comics. The exhibition in Zaryadye Park showcases an array of objects, ranging from early examples of cartoon stories from the 16th–early 20th centuries to the latest works by emerging artists in the 20th–21st centuries.