Easter exhibition

  • March 4 - May 28, see the schedule here
  • Annenkirche
  • 600-700 rubles (400-500 rubles for students)

Take this time to get your fix of art and culture at the Easter-inspired immersive exhibition at the one and only Annenkirche. Engaging and marvelously-crafted, the display explores the story of the holiday, from the time of Palm Sunday to the resurrection of Jesus. This is a one-of-its-kind chance to travel back in time and experience historical events through the means of art. 

Garage Sail

  • March 10-12, 2-10 pm (Fri), 12-10 pm (Sat-Sun)
  • Sevkabel Port
  • Free entrance

Spring cleaning or looking for treasures, you can’t miss Garage Sail popping up at Sevkabel Port from Friday to Sunday. Clothing, accessories, vinyl records, and even furniture pieces – this upcoming market will be all about one-off vintage gems, with a lovely touch of an authentic atmosphere, heart-warming music, and comfort eats & drinks. 

Parallel Universes. From Abstraction to Artefact

  • March 3 - May 29, 10 am - 6 pm (Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun), 1-9 pm (Thu)
  • Marble Palace (part of the State Russian Museum)
  • 500 rubles (250 rubles for students)

The new exhibition opened at Marble Palace recreates the vibrant art and cultural scene of the ‘60s-’80s, with over 200 paintings and graphic works by an all-star group of underground artists. In addition to the classical artworks, the display will be accompanied by a media installation and avant-garde music. 

The Portrait of an Artist 

This weekend is your last chance to view the vast, thought-provoking show of works devoted to the image of the creator, in all its diversity and contradictions. The exhibition features more than 180 pieces of art – paintings, sculptures, installations, and art objects – which were brought together from a wide array of museums and galleries all over Russia. Among the featured greats are Pablo Picasso, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Nathan Altman, and many others.