Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow is an extensive museum complex offering exhibitions of masterpieces of Russian art of the 11th – early 20th century, temporary exhibitions, educational and cultural programmes. During the pandemic the museum has closed its doors from 18 March to 10 April, however, there are many options to see its collections and follow engaging education content prepared for you by the Tretyakov Gallery specialists.
Follow the Tretyakov Gallery on social media Facebook, Instagram, VK and use hashtag #ТретьяковкаДома to see virtual tours, gain access to online streaming of lectures and concerts. Subscribe to The Tretyakov Gallery YouTube that offers documentaries, virtual tours and lectures.
The education online resource Lavrus talks about art, culture and history through the prism of Russian art and Tretyakov Gallery collection. Articles about exhibitions and artists whose works are part of the Tretyakov Gallery collection can be accessed through the Big Museum portal.
Specially for some exhibitions the museum developed a series online projects: Lessons by Kuindzhi, P.D. Korin. Palekh – My Motherland, How the Tretyakov Gallery became a public museum, and Lessons by Larionov.The web portal Small Museums Nearby talks in detail about museums and collections of Appolinary Vasnetsov, Anna Golubkina, and Pavel Korin.
The Tretyakov Gallery is looking forward to opening its doors to the visitors again, and wishes you to stay well and safe!