Art Galleries in Moscow

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  • ywp
    singapore144 contributions
    This is a pleasant and amazing gallery. I personally feel that the size of the collection is just right for a nice afternoon outing (i sometimes feel a bit overwhelmed by the sheer size of the collection of the main museums).

    Visit this with the Cathedral of Christ our Saviour (which is magnificent) and chill out in the garden. It will make a nicely-paced and interesting day out.

    The entrance to the gallery is next to a carpark and might be quite easy to miss.
    Written 15 April 2018
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  • Slotinsh
    Oslo, Norway262 contributions
    Excellent place to spend time and see art. Multiple levels and multiple artists at the same time, not that crowded regarding art placement and people. Museum is in nice area so walk afterwards gives extra experience.
    Written 8 January 2020
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  • Alexander_Kudrin
    Samara, Russia8,749 contributions
    Very interesting gallery with impressive exhibits.
    Here is a huge apple, symbolizing the birth of life, the family of Nicholas II and sculptures of famous contemporaries - Vladimir Putin in a kimono, Yuri Luzhkov kicking the ball, and much more.
    One can treat Tsereteli's work in different ways, but here one can get acquainted with it in all its manifestations.
    Written 27 April 2022
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  • PeteLucy434
    Uxbridge, UK1,776 contributions
    Greatest contemporary Russian artist, so important to see and realise what is depicted. Brilliant murals.
    Written 18 May 2019
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  • Luis M
    Hialeah, Florida338 contributions
    Ok this is a good size mall. About 2min walk from Kuraskay metro station. 3 floors and plenty of stores. A nice place for shopping or killing some time. Stores for all people. Has a theater as well. If weather keeps up like this, I will have to go get some rain gear at Nike.
    Written 23 September 2018
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  • KTP310
    Reading, UK793 contributions
    We arrived a little early at 10:30 with most of the coffee shops and restaurants not opening until 11:00 or 12:00. But it was an interesting and atmospheric place to stroll around and fascinating to see what once must have been a large chocolate factory. I imagine this area would have a great atmosphere when it is busier.
    Written 10 September 2019
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  • MACKBA
    Fairbanks, AK405 contributions
    Anatoly Zverev is a gem even among Russian artists. He is truly unique, he had a magnificent gift of turning everything into art. Gentle, tender soul, eyes that can see in and out, hand capable of making both tiniest lines and powerful strokes with precision and taste. It helps if before going there one can spend several hours reading about Zverev - his life, relationships with world, struggles, and what other say about him, and understand what a person and talent he was if he, being obviously the most gifted one, didn't have enemies. Many of his works were lost in a fire, many disappeared, many went overseas, so having - finally - Zverev's paintings in his museum, is great, even though the exhibit is, unfortunately, very, very small.
    Written 10 January 2019
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  • Vicky P
    Tallinn, Estonia1,595 contributions
    A nice place to shop for artsy things, meet up with your friends at some hípster diners, see some exhibitions here and at a close by Vinzavod and have a good time providing you are equipped with a pair of Wellingtons as those small puddles can turn into the ocean very quick when it pours. Pity can't attach the videos taken today during the storm.
    Written 30 May 2019
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  • MuscoviteVT
    Moscow, Russia12,988 contributions
    Now one of the central exhibition halls, the Manezh was originally built – as you can guess from its name – as a riding academy.
    The construction works started 1817, five years after the decisive battle against Napoleon troops not far from Moscow.
    Remarkably both the architect and the chief engineer were Frenchmen in the Russian Empire service, there were quite a few at that time.
    Written 16 August 2019
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  • Slotinsh
    Oslo, Norway262 contributions
    Interesting place to spend time and have a new experience. I would suggest to visit it when it’s not for free, q will make it miserable(experienced it during New Years holidays). Museum offers loads of options and possibilities and gives a fresh air of art. Book shop also allows to get great gifts. Definitely place to visit.
    Written 7 January 2020
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  • Farhaen A
    43 contributions
    Small gallery within walking distance from metro station. 500rub for the ticket. Overall, the paintings are nice and the installations are cool. Was not so impressed, Mishamost and Nootk did good though.
    Written 1 October 2016
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  • YuliaGR
    Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia240 contributions
    perfect rainy day idea and just fun - an old factory building re-designed as a creative space for families with kids where you can watch artworks projected on walls accompanied by classical music, paint, play with kinetic sand, learn archery, ride play horses and more. It's a place to hang out with your kid, stay as long as you like, there is a small coffee shop with delicious pastries. Bathroom has potties and a changing table. The place is peculiar, but great for creative development. My daughter watched fingerpainted and it got messy, so don't expect it to be all tidy. Great for kids ages 0-7 I guess
    Written 1 August 2015
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