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The Royal Game exhibition project will be held at the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art from September 10 to October 27, 2013. This truly "royal game" will be presented in the halls of the museum in such an extent and diversity for the first time in its history. The project will present more than 70 sets of pieces, 5 chess tables, rare objects and memorial exhibits. Chess made of porcelain and metal, in walrus, mammoth and true ivory, of wood, glass and stone, birch bark and amber, carved, chiseled and cast; pieces depicting animals and people. The goal of this "multi-move" and interactive project is to display the world of chess through a diverse set of artwork objects, presenting works of literature, where philosophy and magic of chess action provide a starting point for the creation of poetical images and various compositional plots. The exhibition is accompanied with a series of lectures and meetings with prominent chess players, multiboard chess games.


The Days of Bahrain Culture will be held this autumn in Moscow for the first time in the history of the diplomatic and cultural relations of the two countries. This cultural program will present a glimpse on the cultural heritage and the visual art and musical traditions of the Kingdom to the Russian public.


Works by 5 leading Bahraini artists, painters, graphic artists, sculptors who already won recognition were selected for the exhibition in Moscow. Its display 27 artworks provided by the National Museum of Bahrain and by the artists themselves which present the evolution of the most important trends in the modern visual culture of Bahrain in its development from figurative painting and calligraphy like graphics, through abstract compositions, to “converse” 3D objects.


The Pearls of the Arabian Gulf. 5000 years of pearling history in Bahrain will present rare and exclusive samples of natural pearls, illustrates the history of pearling starting from its emergence and its culmination in the late 19th- early 20th centuries, its demise in the period before the 1950s associated with the start of oil production, and its revival in our days as a carefully preserved national heritage.


It is a mutual exhibition project of the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art and the Abramtsevo State History, Art and Literature Museum Preserve. The display is divided into several major sections reflecting the diverse activities of the Abramtsevo Art Circle.


"KRFTWRK" is a social-political statement and an ironic comment on current phenomenona like production and waste of electricity in industrial states, and overweight and lack of fitness of its population.


Parallel program of the 5th Moscow Biennale of Modern Arts.