Izmailovo Exhibition Hall
19 December 2018 – 17 March 2019
The Moscow State Integrated Museum-Reserve presents this exhibition of artistic urban landscape that includes works by four artists. United by the exhibition hall space their works reveal individualities of their authors reflected in presentation of the modern capital appearance. Moscow, one of largest and most beautiful cities of the world, is an industrial, trading and transportation, scientific and cultural center of our country. Modern Moscow is a mega-city with a multimillion population covering dozens of kilometers; its appearance and life correspond to the rhythms of a XXI century city. And at the same time, Moscow is a city of old times carefully preserving its national unique identity and distinctiveness.
All the artists displayed at the exhibition present in their works the everyday life of the capital but in various ways. Yevgeny Romashko shows noisy streets with constant movement, boulevards and prospects connecting different parts of the city. Andrey Dubov as a master of genre landscapes focuses on typical Moscow architecture perfectly capturing the moment and understanding its essence. Works by Vera Lagutenkova may be called ‘genre scenes’ introduced into a city landscape; her characters are Muscovites dealing with day-to-day routine. Lyudmila Charskaya presents in her works fast and dynamic life of the big city through flowing traffic, Muscovites hurrying to run their errands, and people crowding by underground stations.
Participants of the exhibition:
- Yevgeny Romashko, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation (2012)
- Andrey Dubov, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation (2004)
- Vera Lagutenkova
- Lyudmila Charskaya
Age category: 6+
Address: Building 4, 2 Gorodok imeni Baumana, Moscow
Nearest underground station: Partizanskaya, further take №22 trolley-bus and go to Glavnaya Alleya stop
Exhibition opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday – from 10.00 to 6.00 p.m., closed on Mondays. Tickets are available at the museum ticket offices from 9.45 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., as well as on the official web-site of the museum.
Full price – 120₽, reduced price – 30₽