The Tretyakov Gallery exhibits art not only in the Moscow metro, but also at Russian stations

The Tretyakov Gallery exhibits art not only in the Moscow metro, but also at Russian stations
19 April 2017, Wednesday

The Tretyakov Gallery now captures the by art of the twentieth century not only the Moscow metro, but also the capital's railway stations. Expositions created on the grounds of the exhibition "Thaw" in the New Tretyakov Gallery will decorate the halls of the Leningrad and Yaroslavl stations in Moscow, as well as at 9 railway station stations (Kirov, Kazan-Uprising, Nizhny Novgorod, Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk-Main, Samara, Adler , Rostov-Main, Chelyabinsk).


The action will last from April 19 to August 19. Exhibitions adapted to the public space, represent about 30 reproductions of paintings, the originals of which are exhibited in the gallery.

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