Pavel Muratov Centre of Studies

We are updating the activities carried out by members of the Muratov Сentre of Studies in 2022, in order to publish them on our website.

March is beautiful at Hillwood

Spring is coming! Wander the gardens to find early bloomers, and celebrate Orchid Month, in honor of Marjorie Post's favorite flower.

Now open: International Ceramics, until 10 March 2023

Erskine, Hall & Coe are delighted to present International Ceramics, an eclectic exhibition featuring the work of modern and contemporary masters from Australia, Japan, Ireland, France, Denmark and Britain.

Determined Women: Collectors, Artists, and Designers at Hillwood

Trace the evolution of Hillwood's collection through the valiant female collectors, artists, and designers within it.

Exhibition: Katharina Grosse. Studio Paintings, 1988–2022

Between 3 March and 25 June 2023 the Kunstmuseum Bern is showing a major exhibition devoted to Katharina Grosse.

March is Orchid Month at Hillwood

Marjorie Merriweather Post had a lifelong love affair with orchids, her favorite flower, investing significant resources into fueling this passion.

News from National Portrait Gallery

Celebrate Presidents’ Day and all things presidential at the Portrait Gallery’s annual Presidential Family Fun Day!

February 2023 is beautiful at Hillwood

Hillwood reopens on February 4! We look forward to welcoming you for another year of special exhibitions, programs, and year-round beauty in the gardens.

The second lecture about Pavel Muratov on February, 6, 2023 | The Pavel Muratov International Centre of Studies

On February, 6, 2023 at 11 a. m. Eastern Standard Time, we will continue the lecture series Muratov's Lectures, a cycle of lectures about Pavel Muratov, his contemporaries, and Xenia Michajlovna.

January 27 - International Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Tretyakov Gallery magazine has published an article by Natella Voyskounski about the French artist Marc Ash and his series of works, "Tous Ensemble", dedicated to the Holocaust.

Wir wünschen ein frohes neues Jahr!

Wir laden Sie herzlich zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung Joan Miró. Neue Horizonte morgen, Freitag, 27. Januar 2023, ab 18:00 im Zentrum Paul Klee ein.

Happy birthday, Arkhip Kuindzhi!

Arkhip Kuindzhi, one of the greatest Russian landscape painters of the second half of the 19th century, was born on January 27, 1842.

Happy birthday, Ivan Shishkin!

Ivan Shishkin, Russian landscape painter, was born on January 25, 1832

Happy birthday, Vasily Surikov!

Vasily Surikov, a Russian painter, a master of large-scale historical paintings, academician and full member of the Imperial Academy of Arts, was born on January 24, 1848.

Sara Flynn: Recent Acquisition by the Derek William’s Trust

We are delighted to announce that this beautiful installation from 2019-20 by Sara Flynn, Vessel Group, has recently been acquired by the Derek Williams Trust, and in the future will go on display at the National Museum of Wales on loan.

Happy Birthday, Valentin Serov!

Valentin Alexandrovich Serov (19 January 1865) was a Russian painter and one of the premier portrait artists of his era.

Wir wünschen ein frohes neues Jahr!

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen als Auftakt ins Ausstellungsjahr 2023 mit Joan Miró. Neue Horizonte das eindrückliche Spätwerk des katalanischen Künstlers zu präsentieren.

"Beyond the Light: Identity and Place in Nineteenth-Century Danish Art" at The Met Fifth Avenue

"Beyond the Light: Identity and Place in Nineteenth-Century Danish Art" explores the period formerly known as the Danish Golden Age, a name that belies the economic and political hardships the dwindling Danish Kingdom experienced in the nineteenth century.

Katharina Grosse. Studio Paintings, 1988–2022 | Kunstmuseum Bern

From 3 March until 25 June 2023 the Kunstmuseum Bern is showing a large-scale exhibition devoted to Katharina Grosse.

Last Days: Taking Stock. Gurlitt in Review | Kunstmuseum Bern

Much has happened since the acceptance of the Estate of Cornelius Gurlitt (1932–2014) by the Kunstmuseum Bern in November 2014: in 2017, Switzerland’s first department of provenance research was founded at the Kunstmuseum Bern.



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