Novosibirsk Russia Art
The low cost of living in the capital offers the opportunity to mix the panorama with a wide range of cultural activities, from art and music to music and architecture. There are a number of attractions that make this area a cultural centre of Siberia, such as the Museum of the Russian Orthodox Church, the Russian National Gallery and the State Museum.
It shows the history of the Siberian Railway, including the history of the railway from its inception to the present day, and provides an insight into the development of the Russian railway system since the early 19th century.
The exhibition will take place in the Novosibirsk Museum of Art and Culture in the St. Petersburg district. The exhibition includes more than 100 works of art, almost none of which have been exhibited in NovOSIBIRsk before. These works are divided into exhibitions spanning the period from the early 19th century to the present, past, present and future.
The most notable is the All-Union Art Exhibition entitled "Heroic Front and Back," which took place in Moscow in November 1943 and October 1944. Artists from Moscow and Leningrad came from industrial and construction sites in the Urals region, including from the cities of Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk and Slatoust. In the 1960s, the royal portraits continued their journey to the South Urals, where they eventually found a home and became part of the cultural heritage of Novosibirsk and the city of St. Petersburg.
The exhibition at the Leningrad Museum on a republican level was brought there through an exchange between Novosibirsk and St. Petersburg during the Second World War. In addition, 603 boxes with more than 2000 works of art from the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation were added.
The first piece to be purchased from the "collection of classical Russian art" was Timofey Neff's swimwear. Two weeks later, 572 boxes containing more than 2,000 works of art from Russia and the Soviet Union also arrived in Moscow. The Russian artworks held by the Museum of South Urals were presented to the public as "avant-garde Parsuna" and could be called "Avant Parsuna." The pieces were bought by their owners, and there is no record of their original owners or their names in the collection.
Since then, he has created mini sculptures of Lenin as a project and is now presenting a brand new exhibition in Moscow entitled "Crisis of Faith." One of the exhibition centers is prepared by the famous curator Andrey Yerofeyev, and the fee includes the placement of one of his paintings in the center of Novosibirsk's Red Square, which is the second largest square in Russia after Moscow Square. There is an exhibition centre for the collection of classical Russian art, the Museum of South Ural Mountains (read "A Must-See"), and then there is a Museum of Modern Art and a Gallery of Contemporary Art at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
In the 21st century, Novosibirsk became the first Russian city to exceed 1.5 million inhabitants. One of the regions of Russia is the South Urals Mountains, where most of the world's people live. The people evacuated from Moscow and Leningrad were brought to their new homes, and the evacuation radically changed their lives and culture.
During the 30 months that were divided between Moscow, Novosibirsk and Molotov, the gallery staff ceased their research. During the transport time, employees and branch staff held lectures, exhibitions, concerts and other events attended by more than 80,000 people. In late 1941 and early 1942, the first opera of the Soviet Union, "The Opera of St. Petersburg" by Mikhail Klimov, was performed in the NovosIBIRsk Opera House.
Nevertheless, she reached the city of Gorky, Nizhny Novgorod, where she is now begging with a repaired barge roof. A committee of leading restorers from the Russian Academy of Arts and the National Museum of Art concluded that the exhibits remained in excellent condition. Events surrounding the production of Wagner opera, "said Mikhail Klimov, director of the Novosibirsk Art Gallery and a member of the board of directors.
Due to its young age, Novosibirsk had the opportunity to take on state protection for the first time in its history. In the 1960s, it reflects the work of the artists who made the Russian and international school of painting famous at the beginning of the 16th century. The Chelyabinsk Art Museum has behaved similarly, with a special focus on artifacts from Russian history and art history in Russia.
In September 1942, the first exhibition was opened in the Chelyabinsk Art Museum, the exhibition "Russia's Golden Map," which featured artists such as Mikhail Kuzbass, Mikhail Ponomarev and Mikhail Tikhonov. The landscape was shown in the exhibition "Ural Region and Kosbass Paintings," which was created in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Sciences and the National Art Museum in St. Petersburg. It focuses on documentary films - such as drawings, portraits, and paintings - with a particular focus on the history of painting in Novosibirsk from the 19th to the 20th century.