Bvlgari. Tribute to femininity. Magnificent Roman Jewels
For the first time in Russia, the MoscowKremlin Museums are holding a retrospective exhibition that present pieces of jewelry by the Italian luxury brand BVLGARI, some dating back more than 130 years. Over 400 unique pieces of jewelry from the Bvlgari Heritage Collection, as well as pieces from private collections around the world, will be on display at two exhibition halls of the Kremlin museums — the Exhibition Hall of the Assumption Belfry and the Exhibition Hall of the Patriarch’s Palace.
The Kremlin. Metro Okhotny Ryad.
Multimedia Art Museum
You look at something that never happened
Through Nov. 4
This photographic installation from the Zabludowicz collection challenges viewers’ notions of reality and objectivity. Each image on display has been manipulated in some way, as true-to-life as they may seem at the outset. This playful and surreal exhibition features works by photographers from around the world.
16 Ostozhenka Ulitsa. Metro Kropotkinskaya.
Uno Moralez. Forget About What You Remember.
Through Oct. 14
Uno Moralez is a Russian artist who creates whimsical graphics constructed entirely out of pixels. His art, on display at the Multimedia Art Museum in conjunction with the Triumph Gallery, has a surreal, sinister and vivid character, warping pixels into eerie portraits, landscapes and scenes.
The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography
Pioneers of American Modernism. Ezra Stoller
Through Dec. 23
For the first time in Russia, the Lumiere Brothers Center of Photography presents the works of American architectural photographer Ezra Stoller (1915-2004). The exhibition includes such iconic works as his photographs of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Manhattan skyscrapers, the TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy (then Idlewild) Airport and other modern buildings.
Bolotnaya Naberezhnaya, bldg. 1.Metro Kropotkinskaya.