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Exhibitions, concerts, festivals, lectures, workshops, design and architecture studios here is a whole realm for creative work and rest in the center of Moscow.


The Sokol is to become a unique space that offers an alternative to the approaches within the art context in Moscow.


Flacon Design Factory came to be one of the first creative clusters in Moscow. It is a place where one can freely create, self-express and just enjoy creative friendly atmosphere.


The Laboratory has opened up new possibilities for modern artists and scientists and become the centre for implementing their joint projects.


Garage is a highly acclaimed international expert in the sphere of contemporary art. Its activities embrace exhibition, educational and research areas.


Now it is one of the largest exhibition venues of Moscow. The complex consists of a few galleries, twenty shops, training workshops and three unusual cafes.


The idea to turn a desolate winery into a culture oasis dawned on Roman Trotsenko after him seeing graffiti painted walls of a spacious empty building.


Founded in Moscow back in 1988, MARS is the oldest Russian centre for modern arts. The former MARS Gallery was the first private venue in the USSR to exhibit contemporary art.


The National Centre for Contemporary Arts (NCCA) is a large-scale multidisciplinary organization with its main building in Moscow.


The Multimedia Art Museum is not just a museum with multitude of magnificent art photos but an art and educational complex of grand scale.


Andrey Bely was a writer, poet, philosopher and theorist of Symbolism. He was considered a genius by lots of his contemporaries and subjected to criticism and persecution by the Soviet officials.


Ivan Turgenev Museum is located in an old mansion, where the writer's mother used to live. This is where the action of the famous story Mumu by the classic of the Russian literature is set.


The 18th century mansion, where Alexander Pushkin spent the first three months of his family life has come down to us.


It is Moscow's first museum dedicated to "the Sun of Russian poetry", Alexander Pushkin, and the most famous and richest exposition about the great Russian poet.


It is a countryside residence of Professor Pavel Chistyakov, the favourite teacher of the most prominent Russian artists of the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.


This magnificent mansion on the embankment of River Fontanka, near the Derzhavin Lane was home to Gavriil Derzhavin, an outstanding Russian poet and playwright, a contemporary and a senior friend of Alexander Pushkin.


The estate was built by Alexey Olenin, the president of the Academy of Arts at the beginning of the 19th century. Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Glinka, Pyotr Vyazemsky and Vassily Zhukovsky were frequent guests here.


The museum of the great Russian artist Ilya Repin is located on the bank of the Gulf of Finland at the 45 kilometer distance from St. Petersburg.


Pavel Shcherbov's house was a true cultural Mecca in the 1820s-1830s. One of the best estates of St. Petersburg was frequented by the writer Alexander Kuprin, the great opera bass Fyodor Shalyapin, the composer Vasily Andreyev, and the artists Mikhail Nesterov and Konstantin Pervukhin.


The exposition is dedicated to Abram Hannibal, who was a great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, and at the same time a close associate of Peter the Great, as well as a talented mathematician and engineer.


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