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Saint Petersburg, 13th line of Vassilievsky island, b. 70-72

Artmuza creative cluster in St. Petersburg is open since 2013. It is located in the premises of the former Muzdetal musical instrument manufacturing company.  

Cultural centers
Moscow, Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya, b. 10

Founded in 2003, Artplay is one of the first art clusters in Moscow. This is a whole district for creative industries and businesses with workshops, design and architecture agencies, showrooms, shops, and facilities for comfortable pastime: cafes and restaurants, a cinema, a club, a booshop. In 2011 the big hall of Artplay housed the4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art curated by Peter Weibel. 

Cultural centers
Moscow, B. Novodmitrovskaya, b. 36

Flacon design factory is located in the premises of the former Kalinin ‘Khrustalny’ factory not far from the Moscow city centre.

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Moscow, Samokatnaya street, building 4, b. 9

A new arts cluster in the former Kristall Vodka Distillery which production facilities moved out of the city in 2013. 

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Moscow, Pushkarev lane, b. 5

Mars Center opened in 1988 as one of the first private galleries of contemporary art, open to experiment. Today Mars Center mostly hosts multimedia shows. 

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5a bloomsbury square, wc1a 2ta London

Pushkin House was founded in London in 1954 by a group of friends from Russia. Today Pushkin House functions as a Russian cultural center in the UK.

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Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8XX, Great Britain

The Southbank Centre is a world-famous arts centre in the Southern Bank of the Thames. The Centre organized over two thousand musical, theatrical and educational events. It hosted hundred shows of artists from all over the world, including Russia. 

Cultural centers
Yekaterinburg, Boris Yeltsin street, b. 3

The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center is a non-profit organization named after the first president of Russia. It hosts film festivals, lectures and contemporary art shows. 

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Moscow, Perevedenovsky lane, b. 18

The art space of the Center for Creative Industries (CCI) FABRIKA opened to the public in 2005 in the premises of the former factory ‘October’ which produced technical paper. It houses residencies for artists, exhibition halls and theatre stages.

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Moscow, Krymsky Val, b.10/14

The Central House of Artists hosts exhibitions, festivals and salons featuring not only arts, but architecture, cinema and design. 

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St. Petersburg, Ligovsky prospect, b. 73

The Sergey Kuryokhin Center for Modern Art

was founded in St. Petersburg in Autumn 2004. The center was named after Sergey Kuriokhin, the outstanding musician and composer of the late XX century. 

Cultural centers
Moscow, Vostochnaya street, b. 4, auxiliary building 1

The ZIL Culture Centre is the first and largest palace of culture in Moscow. Today it is a multifunctional cultural centre which regularly hosts exhibitions, performances, theatrical performances and workshops of leading experts working in science, culture and art. 

Cultural centers
Krasnodar, Rashpilevskaya street, b. 106

Tipografiya Cultural Centre opened in 2012 in the centre of Krasnodar in the premises of the former printing house "Soviet Kuban."

Cultural centers
St. Petersburg, Obvodny kanal, b. 60

Tkachi creative space was established in 2010. The venue houses shops and showrooms, offices and auditoriums and it hosts contemporary art shows. 

Cultural centers
Moscow, Rochdelskaya street, building 15

Tryokhgorny Manufacturing Company is one of the oldest textile factories in Russia. Since 2014 it has become an arts cluster. 

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Moscow, 4th Syromyatnichesky lane, building 1, b. 6

Founded by a collector Sofya Trotsenko in 2007, Winzavod is the first and largest contemporary art centre in Moscow.

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Vladivostok, avenue of 100 y.o. jubilee of Vladivostok, building 155, production facility 2

The Zarya Center for Contemporary Art in Vladivostok was established in 2013 at the initiative of Alexander Mechetin, the Russian businessman, arts patron, founder and co-owner of the biggest Russian alcohol company “Synergia.”

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Moscow, Novoryazanskaya, b. 29

Moscow non-profit arts centre is named after the Russian artist Anatoly Zverev.