COSMOS.LOVE at ARTPLAY
A multimedia exhibition COSMOS.LOVE is dedicated to all those who are inspired by the infinity of the Universe, it is based on the evolutionary history of our concepts of the Universe from the utopian idea of resettling the mankind on Mars to present-day space exploration technologies.
Amazing live sketches of the Universe, planets of the Solar System, ideas and dreams of pioneers of space, Earth’s view from space and space viewed from Earth, launches of rockets and spacecraft, lift-offs of space vehicles, space ports and International Space Station, the most advanced astounding audio-visual effects… The organizers of the exhibition guarantee that you’ll understand what open space really feels like. The venue is open until March 12! Ticket prices start at 450 rubles. For more information,please,click here.
The Annual Moscow Flea Market
The Annual Moscow Flea Market will be open in Moscow on March 23 – March 26 2017! You can find there antique and repurposed items, collectibles, handmade jewelry, books and art.
More than a hundred vendors will be selling their wares at Tishinskaya Square 1.
Entrance fee is 200 rubles . For more details,please,click here
International Doll Salon
International Doll Salon has been held in Moscow for over than 10 years. Each season it has unique program, but it is always a majestic fairytale for visitors of any age.This year the salon will be open from March 4 until March 8 2017 at Tishinskaya Square. For more information, please, click here.
“The Best of Russia”
“The Best of Russia” is a photo project, unprecedented in scale, covering all regions of the country.The project’s goal is to authentically capture a year in the life of Russia in the most vivid and creative photographs.All winning photographs will be published in the album and take part in the exhibition Best of Russia at WINZAVOD Centre for Contemporary Art.
Kaliasin by Yuriy Pritisk
Entrance fee is 250 rubles. Operating hours 12.00-20.00 The exhibition is open until March 26.
Saint Louis and Relics of the Sainte-Chapelle
The Moscow Kremlin Museums present an exhibition introducing the greatest achievements of medieval culture of France to the Russian audience. The exhibition in the Moscow Kremlin Museums will show true masterpieces of French Gothic art related to the epoch of one of the most famous French kings – Saint Louis IX (1214 – 1270). Most of them will be presented in Russia for the first time, including items from the largest collections of France – Louvre Museum, Museum of the Middle Ages (Cluny), a number of provincial French museums, as well as manuscripts and documents from the National Library and the National Archives of France. For more information,please, click here. Entrance fee is 500 rubles. The exhibition will open on March 3.
The First Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art
Presenting works made by more than 60 artists from across the country, the exhibition captures the zeitgeist of some of the most active and influential figures of the past five years, offering insight into the diversity of social tendencies that constitute the underexplored Russian art scene. The entrance fee is 400 rubles. For more information, please, click here.
The best museums of Moscow offer free admission on March 19 2017. Check the museums included here.
“The Art Of The Brick”
“The Art Of The Brick” is a global touring exhibition rated by CNN as one of the world’s “Must See Exhibitions.” It focus exclusively on the use of LEGO bricks as an art medium and artist Nathan Sawaya has taken it to new heights.The exhibition will open in Moscow on February 23 at Expocentre.
This award-winning artist Nathan Sawaya has multiple unique exhibitions created solely from standard LEGO bricks often with several new sculptures created specifically for each exhibition. Each show has countless colorful LEGO pieces which Sawaya has transformed into whimsical and awe-inspiring creations. Ticket prices will start at 300 roubles. For more information,please,click here.
The most interesting and advanced inventions from the world of high technology are represented in the “Smit.Space” exhibition at Winzavod.The entrance fee is 600 roubles. The official source is here. The exhibition is open until March 19!
Curators of the project are aiming at displaying series of satirical prints “Los Caprichos” created by both masters, by comparing their ideas and the contents of both series. Goya’s “Los Caprichos” dates back from the last decade of the 18thcentury – a complicated revolutionary period in Spain, while etchings produced by Dalí belong to the 20th-century aesthetics. Ticket prices start at 300 roubles. For more information, please,click here. The exhibition is open until March 12!