— At the Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts

OPEN Tues. to Thurs. 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday to Sun. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

TICKETS 300 rubles

Ulitsa Voyevodina, 5 emii.ru


Till JUNE 24

“Introspector” is an exhibition of works by Japanese artist Tomiyuki Sakuta, organized within the framework of the Russia-Japan Cross-Cultural Year. Several dozen engravings created by the artist from 2001 to 2018 will be exhibited, from the series “100 Persons,” “Persons” and “Friends.” Sakuta uses various techniques, including etching, aquatint, and mezzotint. Some of his works are portraits while others look more like abs/p>ct paintings.

Metenkov House

Till AUG. 5

Metenkov House once again exhibits photographs by its original owner, Veniamin Metenkov, one of the first professional photographers in Yekaterinburg. This time it features the photographs of the Siberian-Ural Scientific and Industrial Exhibition, which was held in Yekaterinburg in 1887; over three months, more than 80,000 people visited the exhibition. Metenkov’s photographs are supplemented with reproductions of engravings by Yury Shubler, as well as designs of shop windows and pavilions.

Silence of Gold by Darya Garnik

Till JULY 29

“Silence of Gold” is a new exhibition of works by Yekaterinburg photographer Darya Garnik, who explores legends of secret caches hidden in old merchant houses in Yekaterinburg. A gold rush started in the Urals region in the first quarter of the 19th century with the discovery of alluvial gold in the river valleys. Now, almost two centuries later, these mansions still hold their secrets and Garnik tries to uncover them with the help of a camera. OPEN Tues. through Sun., 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. TICKETS from 100 rubles

Ulitsa Karla Libknekhta, 36 dommetenkova.ru