Deineka and Russian avant-garde at Kramskoy's Art Museum. Photo by Sofia Uspenskaya.
Voronezh regional art museum named after I.N. Kramskoy hosts 3 exhibitions:
“I worship life of every kind!” – the masterpieces of Alexander Deineka from collections of The State Tretyakov Gallery and The Kursk Deineka Picture Gallery – this great exhibition is running until July, 13. The exposition consists of 34 works, including such familiar to almost every Russian person art pieces as “Future pilots” (1938) and “Outskirts of Moscow. November 1941”.
“Freedom – the reason for the world” – Russian avant-garde from museums of Krasnodar, Penza, Samara, Saratov and Yaroslav – is open until August, 3. 78 art works of 56 artists are gathered in this unique exposition.
“Jerusalem is not just a city” photo exhibition of Dmitry Brickman is working until June, 29.
Kramskoy’s Art Museum opening hours:
Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday - from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.
Friday - from 11 a.m. till 6 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday – days-off
Museum booking office stops 45 minutes before closing time.
“Things and Things that happened”
Exhibition Hall VCCA (Voronezh Centre of Contemporary Art) welcomes everyone to enjoy exhibition devoted to an outstanding Russian writer and poet Daniil Kharms and his friends. “Things and Things that happened” is open every day from noon till 8 p.m. until June, 29.
“David Borovsky. Selected works” is running until June, 29 at the exhibition hall on Kirova street. It includes sketches and models of the set created by the legendary theatre artists for Taganka theatre and others.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - from 10 a.m. till 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday - from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Monday – day-off.
“The Innermost Man” – solo exhibition of Sergey Bazilev – one of the founders of hyperrealism in Russia – is open in in Gallery H.L.A.M. until July, 5 every day from 3 p.m. till 8 p.m.