Solo exhibition of one painting
from the collection of the State Russian Museum
On October 27, 2016, for the first time in the last hundred years, the famous Valentin Serov's painting "Portrait of Prince Felix Yusupov, Count Sumarokov" (1903) will be put on display in the Yusupov Palace on the Moyka River.
From October 12 to November 12, the Konyushenny Wing of the Yusupov Palace will host the exhibition From Maryino to France, a charity project of the Saint Petersburg Artist Museum Exhibition Center elaborated with the support of the Consulate-General of France in Saint Petersburg and Cultural Crossroads Association.
The exhibition features about 80 canvases created by Russian artists in the valley of the Loire River, in Northern Normandy and in the Garden of the Maryino Manor.
September 22-25, 2016
Garden of the Yusupov Palace on the Moika River (access from 21 Dekabristov st.).
On September 22-25, 2016, the Garden of the Yusupov Palace on the Moika River will host events of the International Art Festival ART PROSPECT. Two installations "What Do Trees Remember?" by Aleksandr Gart and Yury Shtapakov and "White Clamor" by Aleksandr Shishkin-Khokusay will be presented to the visitors of the Garden.
This tour, developed for elementary school children, will help young visitors take their first steps in the world of art.
Children will be demonstrated sculptures and painted images of ancient heroes present in the Yusupov Palace. They will also be introduced to ancient mythology and told fascinating myths.
The tour is intended to give an answer to the question of why one should take interest in ancient art and mythology. Precisely because world history and culture were greatly influenced by the culture of Ancient Greece and Rome.