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Moscow, Serafimovich street, b. 2

Since 2012 the Udarnik cinema hosts the exhibitions of contemporary art and the Kandinsky Prize award ceremony in the sphere of contemporary Russian art. 

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Moscow, Khlynovsky side-street, b.4

ART4.RU Contemporary Art Museum is a private Moscow museum of contemporary art founded in 2007. 

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Moscow, 2nd Tverskaya-Yamskaya street, b. 20-22

The private museum of the Russian artist – the avant garde artist Anatoly Zverev. 

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Moscow, Manege square, b. 1

The Manege Museum and Exhibition Association includes six venues. The central venue hosted the main project of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, exhibitions ‘Golden century of the Russian avant-garde’ of Peter Greenaway and Saskia Boddeke, the retrospective exhibition of Erik Bulatov ‘I lIVE-I SEE,’ among many others. 

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Saint Petersburg, 29th line in Vasilievsky island, b. 2

A private museum of contemporary art in St. Petersburg  founded in 2010. 

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Moscow, Obraztsova, b. 11, b. 1

Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center gave the audience the chance to see the contemporary art stars like Gerhard Richter and Anish Kapoor. Apart from permanent and temporary exhibitions, the museum has research, educational and children’s centers. 

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Kaliningrad, Moscow avenue, 60-62

The State Art Gallery in Kaliningrad has been operating since 1988.

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Moscow, Petrovka street, b. 25

The first state museum in Russia which is entirely focused on the art of the XX and XXI centuries. It hosted the shows of Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, Victor Pivovarov, Valery Chtak, as well as Joseph Beuys Stephan Balkenhol, among many others.

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Moscow, Krymsky Val, 10

Collection of art of the XX century of the Tretyakov gallery is located in the building on Krymsky val. 

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Novosibirsk, Krasny avenue, b. 5

Novosibirsk State Art Museum opened in 1958. It is the biggest state museum in Siberia. 

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Perm, Gagarin boulevard, building 24

Perm Museum of Contemporary Art PERMM is the state museum of contemporary art founded in 2009. 

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Moscow, Maly Vlasievsky lane, building 4, b. 1

Rosizo State Museum and Exhibition Center (the former name – Rosizopropaganda) is an institution of the Ministry of Culture of Russia which organizes exhibitions. 

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St. Petersburg, Revolution Highway, b. 84

Founded in 2012, the Street Art Museum in St. Petersburg is the only museum of its kind. It is located in the existing plant in the eastern part of St. Petersburg. 

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Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

Tate Modern is the London gallery of contemporary art and one of the top ten most visited art museums in the world. Every now and then it hosts exhibitions of the Russian artists. 

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Moscow, Volkhonka, b. 12

The A.S. Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is a museum complex featuring the largest art collection of the foreign art. 

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Moscow, Vozdvizhenka street, 5/25

The A.V. Schusev Museum of Architecture was founded in 1934. The institution was named in honour of its first director, the notable Russian and Soviet architect A.V. Schusev. The venue permanently hosts exhibitions of contemporary art. 

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Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris

The Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou has the largest collection of art of XX-XXI centuries in Europe. Since 2016 Georges Pompidou Centre collection features over 100 contemporary Russian artworks. 

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Moscow, Krymsky Val, building 9, b. 32, Gorky Park

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is the leading museum of contemporary art in Russia and the first philanthropic organization in Russia for the development of contemporary art and culture. 

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Moscow, Derbenevskaya embankment, 7, building 31
The Institute of the Russian Realist Art is a private project reviving the community tradition of the Russian philanthropy.
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Moscow, Nikitsky boulevard, b. 7A

The left wing of the Gogol house is a platform for modern exhibition projects exploring the interaction of N.V. Gogol heritage with the modern cultural trends. 

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Moscow, Ostozhenka street, b. 16

The largest Russian Museum of photography and multimedia art was originally founded by Olga Sviblova in 1996 under the name of the Moscow House of Photography. In 2003 the museum was transformed into  the Multimedia Art Museum (Moscow). 

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Moscow, Zubovsky boulevard, b. 2

The Museum of Moscow is the main venue of the homonymic museum union which informs the audience of the city history. The venue also permanently hosts the shows of contemporary art. 

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Moscow, Leningrad avenue, building 15, b. 11

The Museum of Russian Impressionism in Moscow was officially opened in 2016 by the collector Boris Mints. Apart from the paintings of Konstantin Korovin, Valentin Serov, Igor Grabar and Boris Kustodiev, the collection also features the artworks of modern artists, for instance, the works of Valery Koshlyakov. 

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Ufa, Karl Marx street, b. 32

The only Museum of Contemporary art in Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan was founded by the group of artists. 

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Moscow, VDNKH, pavilion № 26

The Polytechnic Museum was founded after the first All-Russian Technical Exhibition of 1872. The Polytechnic Museum hosts festivals and exhibitions connecting contemporary art, science and technology.

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1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128, USA

One of the world’s leading collection of contemporary art. The permanent collection of the museum has over 300 masterpieces of the Russian art – from ancient icons to Social realism and modern art. 

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Saint Petersburg, Dvortsovaya Square, b. 34

The State Hermitage Museum is one of the most important art museums in the world. Its collection includes over three million artworks and masterpieces of the world’s culture, including ‘Benois Madonna,’ and ‘Madonna Litta’ by Leonardo da Vinci, ‘Danae,’ ‘The Return of the Prodigal Son,’ by Rembrandt, ‘Portrait of a dame in blue,’ by Thomas Gainsborough, ‘Dance (La Danse)’ by Matisse, ‘Eternal Springtime,’ by Rodin, among many others. 

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Kazan, Karl Marx street, b. 64

The State Museum of Fine Arts of Tatarstan, an art museum in Kazan, features the collection of European and Russian art of XIII-XXI and Tatar national Tatar applied art of XIX-XXI centuries. In early 2018, after a lengthy refurbishment, it will open a redesigned building of the contemporary art gallery. 

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Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, Great Britain

The world’s leading museum of art and design with a permanent collection of over 2.3 million artworks spanning over 5000 years. The museum hosts many exhibitions of Russian art. 

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Moscow, Bolshaya Gruzinskaya, b. 15

The first state museum in Russia which is entirely focused on the art of the XX and XXI centuries. It hosted the shows of Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe, Victor Pivovarov, Valery Chtak, as well as Joseph Beuys Stephan Balkenhol, among many others.