In 2020, the list of The Pushkin Museum locations was extended to include six National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA) branches across Russia — in Vladikavkaz, Ekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Nizhny Novgorod, Saint Petersburg and Tomsk — each of them involved in developing social and cultural environment, providing support for artists and local artistic initiatives, and leading educational activities.
This merger is aimed at creating and developing a new creative environment on a regional scale, with a special focus on local unique identity, as well as incorporating Russian contemporary art into a global context.
Some of major projects of The Pushkin Museum branches include The Innovation State Contemporary Art Prize, Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, NEMOSKVA platform, Curatorial Forum in St. Petersburg, Vasari festival of texts on art, Alanica festival in Vladikavkaz, Sound Around sound art and experimental music festival, and others.
Multimedia Library collects, conserves and systemizes documents related to the history of Russian and foreign contemporary art. Founded in 2004, the Media Library is now composed of library funds and a research archive. The library counts over 7 thousand catalogs, books and periodicals on history of Russian and foreign art of the 20th and 21st century.
The research archive funds gather two major collections: audiovisual materials and documents. The audiovisual collection encompasses over 1500 hours of video materials. The documental collection, primarily composed of artists’ files and archive documents, contains information on Russian contemporary art from the 1950s until our days.
Moscow, Zoologicheskaya Str. 13 bld. 2
Getting here: Barrikadnaya / Krasnopresnenskaya Metro stations
The location is temporary closed, opens for events only
Free entry for all visitors