International cultural and educational project
We invite you to visit the exhibitions and events of the THEATRE–MUSIC–FINE ART project in the AECA Museum, as well as in other museums, galleries, exhibition halls of the project partners.
The exposition of the project presents works of fine art, stage costumes, theater decorations, posters and programs, photo and video materials, other exhibits and information materials.
The main part of the THEATRE–MUSIC–FINE ART exhibitions consists of collections of British engravings, watercolors, pastels and other graphics by renowned artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. Items provided by British and Russian art collectors, theater and music lovers.
The opening (presentation) of exhibitions can be organized together with concerts of classical music, performances of opera and ballet artists. Exhibitions can be dedicated to specific themes and periods in the history of theater, music, opera, ballet, and visual arts.
ARTISTS (XIX - XX centuries) AT THE «THEATRE–MUSIC–FINE ART» EXHIBITIONS
EDGAR DEGA PABLO PICASSO ZINAIDA SEREBRYAKOVA RINAT KURAMSHIN
ANRI MATISS WALTER WEBSTER DORIS AND ANNA ZINKAISEN LAURA KNIGHT
RAY KINGSLEY AUGUSTE RENOIR NATALIA GONCHAROVA ANDERS ZORN
LEON BAXT ALEXANDER BENOIS WILLIAM TURNER ALFRED MANNINGS
GEORGES BARBIER NIKOLAI ROERICH KONSTANTIN SOMOV UMBERTO BRUNNELESCHI
Some thematic exhibitions of the THEATRE–MUSIC–FINE ART project:
RUSSIAN SEASONS AND WESTERN EUROPEAN CULTURE
The exhibition presents art objects, documents and other exhibits on the theme of the famous «Russian Seasons» by Sergei Diaghilev and their influence on European and World Theatre, Music, Opera, Choreography, Painting, Fashion and other forms of art. The exposition is dedicated to historical events in the field of theatrical and musical art of the first quarter of the 20th century. The exhibition also tells about the activities of S.Diaghilev, A.Pavlova, M.Kshesinskaya, T.Karsavina, I.Rubinstein, V.Nijinsky, M.Fokin, S.Lifar and other prominent personalities. The exhibition presents artists who worked on the theme of "Russian seasons", themes of theater, music, opera and ballet: A.Benois, L.Bakst, N.Roerich, M.Dobuzhinsky, A.Golovin, K.Korovin, N.Goncharova, P.Picasso, A.Matisse, R.Kingsley, W.Webster, W.Flint, L.Knight, R.Kuramshin and others.
GREAT PEOPLE IN THE HISTORY OF THEATRE AND MUSIC
The main part of the exhibition consists of portraits of outstanding composers, playwrights, musicians, choreographers, opera and ballet artists, patrons and other outstanding personalities who have made a great contribution to the development of theater and music. The exhibition presents portraits of such great composers as G.Handel, P.Tchaikovsky, E.Elgar, M.Mussorgsky, R.V.Williams, N.Rimsky-Korsakov, B.Britten, I.Stravinsky, S. Rachmaninov, A. Glazunov, S.Prokofiev, A.Scriabin, etc. Among the portraits of prominent theatrical figures: S.Diaghilev, M. Petipa, F.Ashton, A.Pavlova, K. Macmillan, A.Vaganova, N.de Valois, T Karsavina, M.Ramber, R.Nureev, M.Fontaine, F.Chaliapin, G.Ulanova, M.Plisetskaya, etc. Playwrights, writers and poets are represented in the portraits of Shakespeare, A.Pushkin, J.Byron, M.Lermontov, K.Dickens, L.Tolstoy, O.Wilde, F.Dostoevsky, B.Shaw, I.Turgenev, R.Kipling, A.Chekhov, L.Carroll, N.Gogol, etc.
The AEСA Museum organizes other thematic exhibitions.