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Museum and exhibition activity is one of the priorities of the School of watercolors Andriaka.
Museum and exhibition complex (MBC) covers an area of 650 square meters, equipped at the level of European museums. For nearly twenty years in its halls are exhibitions, workshops, lectures and musical evenings.
Two Central halls of the Museum and exhibition complex School Watercolor Andriaka a permanent exhibition of works by the Artistic Director of the School of watercolor, National artist of Russia – Sergey Nikolayevich Andriaka. The exhibition presents more than 80 works of the master, reflecting a more than thirty years of his work, ranging from small sheets of 70-80s to monumental works created in recent years: "Rain. Fog. 2002", "Crimea. The rocky cliff. 2010", "Norwegian fjords. 2008", "Colorful irises. 2000", "lilac. 2008" and many others.
In the halls of the changing exhibitions displays works of Russian and Western European graphics and watercolors of XVIII – XX centuries from the collections of leading museums of Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Russia and private collections. Since 1999 the Museum and exhibition complex was held more than 220 graphic exhibitions. the most striking of which: "Ivan Shishkin. Etchings and drawings", 2002, "Animals in art" 2012 from the collection of the State Tretyakov gallery; "V. D. Falileev. Life and work", 2003, "Society of Russian watercolors. In the beginning" in 2014 from the collection of the State Museum of fine arts named after A. Pushkin; "Watercolor first half of the nineteenth century" 2004 "the Art of interior design" 2012 "hand-Drawn lubok believers" 2017 from the collection of the State Historical Museum; "the Scenography of the Bolshoi theatre" 2012 from the collection of the Museum of the Bolshoi theatre and others.
A special place is the exhibition program "Masterpieces of Museum collections", aimed at studying and opening graphic collections of regional museums. Typically, these collections are exhibited and little little known to a wide circle. The main objective of this program is to introduce the Moscow audience with unknown graphics of the old masters. Under this programme, the School of watercolors Andriaka for many years has been fruitfully cooperating with Russian museums. The first project "Masterpieces of Museum collections" from the collection of the Rybinsk state historical-architectural and art Museum-reserve started in 2004 the exhibition was presented to Russian and Western European graphics and decorative-applied art XIX – early XX centuries From 2004 to 2014 was held 15 exhibitions from different cities of Russia: Vologda, Kazan, Kaluga, Kirov, Kursk, Penza, Perm, Samara, Saratov, Tver, Tula, Ulyanovsk, Ufa, Yaroslavl, Kostroma.
In the Museum and exhibition complex also hosts exhibitions of Soviet and Russian artists working in different techniques. Successfully held personal exhibitions of artists of the old school: B. dehtereva, A. Zhabsky, A. Itkin, Y. Raksha, as well as contemporary artists – people's artist of Russia Sergey Andriyaka, Boris Vedernikov, Igor Larionov, artists, teachers and School watercolor: Natalia Besednova, Olga Volokitina, Alexei Kravchenko, Alexey Popov.