Four Seasons. The Tourist St. Petersburg

While enjoying your next outing downtown, make sure to check out an innovative street art project at Alexandrovsky Park and the square near the Manege Central Exhibition Hall. The contemporary artist Roman Ermakov has created a series of artworks – season-inspired installations at Alexandrovsky Park and an artificial holiday tree near Manege – meant to emphasize the grace and diversity of the city, come rain or shine or anything in between. 

Psychotherapist for AI

  • January 6 - February 26, 11 am - 8 pm daily
  • Third Place
  • 1,000 rubles (600 rubles for students) – purchase here

Another culture pick for the weekend is a new immersive exhibition at a splendid mansion – where you’re to discover that even AI needs therapy... On a more serious note, the display aims to explore relationships between art and entertainment, as well as artificiality and leisure, by inviting visitors to take an independent journey into the world of meaning and new media images.

Between Light and Shadow by Evgeniy Gorokhovsky

  • January 11 - April 9, 10 am - 10 pm daily, except for Tuesdays
  • Erarta
  • 600-1,000 rubles (includes an annual pass)

If contemporary art is your cup of tea, you can also visit Between Light and Shadow, featuring the works of Evgeniy Gorokhovsky, a modern-day artist and pioneer of photorealism who is best known for the mesmerizing visions and geometrical patterns naturally embedded in his artworks. The painter is broadly recognized worldwide, with his works housed at museums in Russia, Germany, and the US. 

The Universe of Neoclassicism by Olympic Orchestra

End your Saturday on the right note by taking in the world-famous works by Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, and many others who composed soundtracks for The Intouchables, Interstellar, Pirates of the Caribbean, and other all-timers.