The state Tretyakov gallery opened a series of exhibitions devoted to the Moscow. Project trilogy gives viewers the opportunity to consider the image of the city in the visual arts from different angles.
The first kicked off show "Moscow through the ages"where significant attention is paid to the formation of images of the city, changing with time. The viewer will be able to see and trace the evolution of the city from the pre-fire images in the icon painting of the XVII century and the first landscape of the capital in the works of Fyodor Alexeyev to the works of modern masters.
The exhibition consists of five thematic sections: "Moscow — the third Rome", "Moscow Kremlin — the heart of the city", "Talk about old Moscow, Red square. "The formula of Moscow" and "the twentieth century. The voices of the city". Visitors can admire the well-known works of Simon Ushakov, V. Surikov, Boris Kustodiev, A. Lentulov, V. Polenov and unfamiliar paintings by A. Vasnetsov, V. Perov, V. Makovsky, I. Nikolaev, A. Deineka, A. Labas, K. Yuon, E. Vakhtangov, V. Brainin, T. Nazarenko, N. Nesterova and others. Many of the paintings have not been exhibited before, some of the paintings have been restored especially for this project.
One of the "highlights" of the exhibition was the opportunity to hear "voices of the city": together with experts in various fields were created audio installations, "voicing" the main works of the exhibition and allowing you to take in the sights of Moscow from different eras.