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1 january – 31 december
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum opens the country's first permanent exposition of national design of the 20th and 21st centuries, "The Thing! Re/Construction". The project includes iconic objects of Soviet designers from the birth of VHUTEMAS School in 1920 to the experimental works of contemporary object designers.
30 january – 31 december
The new exposition reveals surprising aspects of Russian folk life and shows the rarest examples of the folk art from the museum's collection, which was started by the Russian patron of art Sergey Timofeyevich Morozov at the end of the XIXth century.
18 may – 28 july
"We are pleased to present to the audience a new exhibition with the wonderful title "Melody of Folk Beauty". The museum space will be decorated with nine stage costumes of the famous Russian singer Nadezhda Nikitichna Kadysheva. The costumes are exhibited for the first time. Each costume is a separate image that embodies the richness and joy of the singing folk soul. Thanks to this wonderful gift, the Museum starts to form a new direction of the museum collection - "Star costume". The travelling exhibitions of the Museum to the regions of Russia will be formed with the inclusion of this new magnificent collection", - shared the details Elena Titova, Director of the All-Russian Decorative Art Museum.
15 may – 7 july
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum opens up an exhibition of Boris Zamarin's typewriters on occasion of the collector's anniversary.
31 may – 25 june
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum is opening a solo exhibition of paintings by Masha Guseva. The exposition is devoted to experiments with colour in abstract painting and sculpture. The main focus of the exhibition is on colour. It is an independent theme in the paintings of the artist and art therapist Masha Guseva. The structure of the exposition space is well-thought-out and allows the viewer to invent his or her own scenario of reading the works and become a participant of the performance, experiencing strong emotions and feelings, and realising that "everything is not what it seems".
5 june – 14 july
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to the Russian ballet and world ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. The exhibition shows Nureyev within the context of the Russian ballet school and national traditions as interpreted through fine and decorative arts, in the works of artists and sculptors of different generations - witnesses of the era and its admirers. The exhibition includes documentary materials, paintings, graphics, sculpture, theatre costumes, photographs, screening of a film about Rudolf Nureyev made especially for the project, creative meetings with cultural figures from various spheres of art (theatre workers, artists, art critics).
24 may – 30 june
The Empire Project is a study to reflect on the role of 'paper architecture' in the broader context of art. It is a term used in Soviet architectural studies to refer to fantastical projects that influenced the further development of architecture. Despite the time of the term's origin and its historical basis in the twentieth century, it can also be applied to eras of the past. In the author's study, "paper architecture" refers to the theoretical and artistic practices of different historical and cultural periods in which the image of utopian design was realised.
8 june – 14 july
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum is opening an exhibition of the Museum-Reserve - Ethnographic Complex "Dagestan Aul". The project is dedicated to fine and decorative-applied art of the Republic of Dagestan, created over the last decades. The exposition presents more than 100 works of painting, graphics, decorative and applied art of 30 Dagestani artists, executed in different techniques and genres (still life, landscape, portrait), scenography, as well as women's traditional costumes, jewelry and carpets.
12 june – 21 july
The All-Russian Decorative Art Museum is opening an exhibition that will present the works of unique artists from all over Russia who work with wood. These are masters from Tomsk, Moscow, Kirov regions, Crimea, Tatarstan, Sevastopol, Lugansk, Vladivostok. People of different ages, temperaments, destinies, they are united by the main thing - the magic of wood!
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december

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1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
1 january – 31 december
23 may – 22 august / 19:00 – 21:00
1 june – 5 september
26 october – 20 october