Explore the realm of wildlife at the New Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow through the Golden Turtle festival, running from October 28 to December 10, 2023. The festival is a convergence of photography and art, showcasing the captivating diversity of the animal kingdom.
The Krylatsky Trail race, scheduled for October 29, 2023, is highly anticipated by avid runners. The event takes place in Moscow's Krylatsky Hills Park and marks the end of the season for outdoor cross-country races. As a highlight of the ‘Running Community’ series, it promises to be a stunning finale in a beautiful natural setting.
This week, the Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow is hosting ‘Firebird. Autumn 2023’, the twenty-first in a series of exhibition-fairs celebrating old craftsmanship traditions and Russia's folk arts and crafts. Visitors can immerse themselves in Russian heritage, discover regional crafts, and buy souvenirs. Admission is free.
‘Comics Mission. The Evolution of Drawn Stories in Russia’ is a large-scale event for fans of comics and graphic novels. Highlights include an exhibition, a festival and a laboratory dedicated to national comics. The exhibition in Zaryadye Park showcases an array of objects, ranging from early examples of cartoon stories from the 16th–early 20th centuries to the latest works by emerging artists in the 20th–21st centuries.
Art enthusiasts are in for a treat at two newly opened exhibitions in Moscow. The first one is ‘Dialogue in Time and Space–Russian Art of XX–XXI Centuries’ at MMOMA, which showcases the evolution of Russian art from the 20th century to the present. The other exhibition is ‘Artist Tkachev—On the 100th Anniversary of Sergei Tkachev’ at the Tretyakov Gallery. These exhibitions offer an opportunity to explore the rich history and diverse art forms that have emerged from Russia.
Whether you are a history and culture enthusiast or simply curious about the ancient art of Russia, do not miss this opportunity to visit the exhibitions dedicated to the Land of Vladimir and Suzdal and the history of warrior saints in Russian art. These exhibitions will take you on a journey through time from the 9th to the 20th centuries.
Many people love the circus—it can be magical, joyful, and spectacular. You can see unthinkable things, such as gravity-defying tightrope walkers or tamers kissing a lion unscathed! Almost every big city has its own circus, and Moscow is no exception—its circuses have a long history and are well-known all around the world.