From the 4th until the 15th of July, in the halls of the Isaak Brodsky Museum, an exhibition will take place: “Classics and Avant-garde”. The highlights of the exhibition are the works of Dmitry Morkvashencev. The series of paintings called “Classics” show us the “creative copies” of the old masters’ compositions, which were recreated according to the artist’s personal perception and amplified with new symbols and images. For example, in the composition “Venus and the Lute Player”, one can find the dialogue between Titian himself and the goddess of love – Venus. The series of paintings called “Avant-garde” conveys the idea of a modern Babylon, where the society of the 21st century tempts us with its material goods and at the same time costs us our spiritual nature.
Pl. Iskusstv (Square of Arts), 3
Working hours: 12.00 – 19.00
Days off: Monday and Tuesday
Phone: +7 (812) 314-36-58
Chief of the department - Balakina Natalia