THE BEST OF ALBION. “From Elizabeth to Victoria” from London’s National Portrait Gallery
#2 2016 (51)
While the British school of painting has always been appreciated in Russia, it is, unfortunately, far from fully represented in the collections of the country’s museums. Such an omission has been significantly remedied in recent years with a series of shows from various British museums held in Russia, many in the framework of the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014, which included the exhibitions “Francis Bacon and the Legacy of the Past”, at the Hermitage; “Unrivalled Wedgwood”, held at Moscow’s Museum of the Applied and Folk Arts; “Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Manifesto of the New Style” presented at the Moscow Kremlin Museums; “Oscar Wilde. Aubrey Beardsley. The View from Russia” at the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts; and the “‘English Breakfast’ in Russia. Late 18th-19th Century” exhibitionat the Historical Museum.
The Painting and the Frame. Dialogues 
№1 2015 (46)
THE EXHIBITION "A PRECIOUS FRAME. THE PAINTING AND THE FRAME. DIALOGUES" RAN FROM SEPTEMBER 10 UNTIL NOVEMBER 30 AT THE TRETYAKOV GALLERYS ENGINEERING WING. THE GALLERY HAS A UNIQUE COLLECTION OF FRAMES WHICH, AS INTERESTING AND VALUABLE ART WORKS IN THEMSELVES, HAVE LONG BEEN WAITING TO "MEET" THEIR VIEWERS AND ATTRACT CLOSER ATTENTION FROM EXPERTS.