Paris and St. Pete through the eyes of Elena Luckiyanchuck

The exhibition showcases a picturesque series of impressionism-inspired paintings by Elena Luckiyanchuck. In her cityscapes of Paris and St. Petersburg, the artist goes beyond major attractions and tourist crowds to exhibit her own vision of the cities – quaint and multifaceted, inspiring and mesmerizing. 

Scenes of Nature

  • until October 9, 11 am - 7 pm (Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun), 12-9 pm (Tue, Thu, Fri)
  • 150 rubles (100 rubles for students) – purchase here

Scenes of Nature is a true treasure trove when it comes to landscape photography. Featuring over 100 exhibits, the display takes visitors on a fascinating journey into one of the oldest and most popular genres in Russia. Here, you’ll gain insights into the evolution of landscape photography through time and history and get to know some of the best-known artists and common techniques in the field.


Credit: Ivan Zhuldybin (@izhu911) via Unsplash

Credit: Ivan Zhuldybin (@izhu911) via Unsplash

  • August 18 - September 25, 12-8 pm (Wed-Sun)
  • Art of Foto
  • Free entrance

Unlike Scenes of Nature, STREET* pays tribute to analog photography, namely, the unexpected comeback of film photography. The exhibition sheds light on the long-considered-obsolete medium by presenting the stunning works of prominent and lesser-known photographers who opted for film cameras to capture the city life, with its authentic emotions and happenings. 

On the big screen: The Doors

If you know when people are strange…, you can’t but spend your Saturday night at Aurora enjoying The Doors (1991) on the big screen. The movie tells the story of the band’s lead singer Jim Morrison, from his birth through career peaks to his last days, and portrays the ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll culture. The screening will be in English with Russian subtitles.