The Russian Museum owns nearly 400,000 separate pieces. Not just paintings and sculptures, but decorative art, folk art, coins and medals can be found in this enormous and priceless collection.
24 february—31 may 2016
- Léon Bakst.
Léon Bakst (1866-1924) is a world-known master of painting and drawing, whose impact on the flourishing of Russian theatrical and decorative art is hard to overestimate.
25 february—11 may 2016
- Third photobiennale of historical and archival photography from the Russian museums and private collections.
St Michael’s Castle3 march—30 may 2016
- Venice carnival. The bright and mystical feast of the Venice carnival, attracting the public every February is one of the most loved and thrilling subjects for the photographers.
- Treasures of Ancient Russia from the Russian Museum Collection. The exhibition presents unique jewelry of gold and silver dated to the XIth-XIIIth centuries.
For more information about opening hours and exhibitions, please visit: http://www.rusmuseum.ru/eng/home/