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Institute of Russian Realist Art, Moscow

(4.8/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • This museum is a little away from the main roads, but don't be lazy and look it up! Collection of pictures is very good, interesting decorated halls the Museum conduct classes for children-was a witness. Plan to again visit the Museum
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  • I earned myself break the template. Twice. The first is when I realized that I know nothing about modern, post-Soviet art. Second-when he is acquainted with him. (Well, what with a large part of the Soviet period was familiar.) I am in awe of the exposition. If you're a fan of Malevich, Chagall and so on, in any case, don't go, don't waste your time. This is not for you. It is a Museum for those able to perceive without painting without esoteric discourse on the benefits of art without content and clear forms of "Maestro" without signs of talent over art that powerfully closer to life and form, and for emotional content. This museum, whose most understandable filling, for which, in fact, is created. Take the whole family, or whatever you have, friends, go see. If you are not an expert in this area, be sure to try to get on the tour. As the saying goes, it's worth visiting.
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  • An interesting and rather large Museum as from the viewpoint of the Soviet/Russian painting and the history of our country. You can see how changed attitudes and styles. Revealing pictures of the late 1980 's.
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