Felipe Lavín. Digitized

  • June 8 - October 8, 10 am - 10 pm daily, except for Tuesdays
  • Erarta 
  • 600-1,000 rubles (includes an annual pass)

Urban landscapes, reimagined – this could be an alternative title of this exhibition. Felipe Lavín is a Chilean artist who turns cities and people walking their streets into colorful barcode-like images in an attempt to see the familiar in a new light. Travel to New York, Frankfurt, Mexico City, Paris, and Barcelona like you’ve never seen them before with the photographs and video installations on display. 

Emperor’s Bouquet festival

This year’s annual bouquet festival in Pavlovsk Park is dedicated to Ivan Krylov, an 18th-century Russian author known for his fables. That’s why, apart from admiring all kinds of floral compositions, you will have the chance to learn a little about his most famous characters – and even meet him in person, strolling around the park and greeting the visitors. Combined with open-air musical performances, we say this would make for a perfect day trip!

Love & Noise exhibition 

  • July 7 - September 24, Mon-Fri 12 - 10 pm; Sat-Sun 11 am - 10 pm
  • Sevkabel Port
  • 600 rubles

Sevkabel Port and the dreamlaser multimedia studio have collaborated for the second time, following the success of last-year’s total multimedia installation A.R.R.C 2.0. This year, you are invited to explore love – arguably, the most all-encompassing feeling. What stands in the way of love? How can you rekindle it after the fire’s died out? Find your answers to these and other questions with the six installations that make up this exhibition.

Neoclassic Universe. Olympic Orchestra

The Olympic Brass orchestra brings together symphonic and jazz musicians whose collaboration has resulted in a unique performance style. At this concert, you will get to hear the works of Ludovico Einaudi, Hans Zimmer, Philip Glass, Max Richter, and other contemporary composers played with the collective’s distinct approach.