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The All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art opens a new museum space "feeling of home" ("CHU.DO"), which includes a lecture hall and a permanent exhibition of the Russian product design "habitat." "CHU.DO" - a place where every week will be held lectures and workshops with successful designers, historians, artists, scientists, and just interesting people. Subject program covers all that is connected with the home and the space around it: design, decor, fashion trends in the interior, modern art, but also a lifestyle and a separate block of lectures devoted to the garden.


This large-scale exhibition project will be the end of the year the art of bone carving in the museum under the program "Property of Russia. Tradition for the Future ". Museum for the first time will present its unique collection of bone carving art, which includes works of all known industries that exist in Russia from the XVIII century to the present day. The exhibition will be on display more than 400 exhibits made from different types of bone. Viewers will see the diversity of styles and techniques of carving the images formed in the centuries in different regions.


In Karetnaya Gallery of the All-Russian Decorative Art Museum the artworks by the artist Natalia Zarovnaya will be presented - bright representative "geometric" abstraction of the late XX - early XXI century.


The exhibition "Stories of Russian Ballet" offers a contemporary look at the art of Russian ballet in its current and historical aspects. The Russian ballet traditionally has a high status in the cultural life of the state and has been for a long time an associative range of Russian art and  the hallmark of our country abroad. The Russian ballet keeps its aesthetic canons and a legislator of a classical choreography around the world. And nowadays the Russian ballet does not leave the audience indifferent, inspires creative people, gathers outstanding personalities, comprehensively gifted in different spheres of art.


We focused on the large objects, which exist at the intersection of art and design.


As a part of the Moscow project "Family travel. With your family to the museum ", we offer you to take part in the “Royal court, taiga and tundra” program, dated to the exhibition "Travel on the roads of time. Carving art of Russia".


By the 125th anniversary of the diplomatic relations establishment between Mexico and Russia, the All-Russian Decorative Art Museum with the support of the Embassy of Mexico in Moscow opens an exhibition of an artist Vladimir Kibalchich "Vladi" (1920 - 2005). Exhibition of 32 graphic works is dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the death of the artist. The works selected for the project, declared as the cultural property of Mexico and are stored at the National Institute of Fine Arts.


The exhibition will present the works of lacquer miniature painting, watercolors and graphics of the series "Big City Dreams". "Big City Dreams" – are "resurgent" sounds of the city, memories of the past, captured on paper.