“Moscow is the best city on earth” – this is how the Soviet singer Muslim Magomayev sang, this is how UNPO experts recognized him, calling him the leader in terms of infrastructure and quality of life among the 54 largest megacities of the world in February 2022, and this is how it is seen Moscow artists, participants of the Moscow Stories exhibition, which will open at the Nashchokin House with the support of the All-Russian Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments on October 19, 2022, on the eve of World Cities Day, annually celebrated by the United Nations on October 31.
The Moscow Stories exhibition will open in the Nashchokin House
«Moscow Stories» – a collective project of two professional creative art unions – TSHR and TSHDPI, organically born among artists for whom the Russian capital – not just a noisy multi-millionaire, impressive in its scope: the most complex transport facilities, huge green parks and architectural sights, but a native, beloved city where you want to live, create and whose beauty you want to sing on your canvases.
“Cultural life is in full swing in the capital, exhibitions are constantly opening in various galleries, at major art fairs, and in museums. And in this artistic whirlwind, no, no, and even a touching picture flickers, quietly telling about Moscow… But Moscow has a lot of stories. Yes, and there are enough artists who are passionate about this topic. So we decided to gather in one project exactly those who are able to tell the viewer about the life of Moscow, share their secrets, confess their love for their city, – says the curator of the exhibition, artist, author of a large series of works “Square meters of Moscow”, head of the graphics section of the TSKhDPI, member of the Union of Private Museums and Collectors Lyudmila Charskaya.
The exhibition will feature works by more than fifty artists, made in different genres, techniques and directions – from classic to contemporary art.
Get acquainted with "Moscow Stories" it will be possible from October 20 to November 2, 2022.
Visiting the exposition from 11:00 to 19:00 upon prior request.
Venue: Gagarinsky pereulok, 4/2