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- See works by Ilya Repin, Wassily Kandinsky, and Vladimir Tatlin at the first overseas branch of Saint Petersburg's State Russian Museum
- Be inspired by Byzantine-inspired work and pieces from the Soviet era
- Visit it all in an old tobacco factory that also hosts an auditorium, screening halls, and a reading room
Believe it or not, the Collection of the Russian Museum in Málaga fills up an entire old tobacco factory! See works from the likes of Ilya Repin, Wassily Kandinsky, and Vladimir Tatlin at the first overseas branch of Saint Petersburg's State Russian Museum.
Any art fan will be impressed not only by the works on display here, but the venue as well. The 2,300-m2 tobacco factory, built in a regionalist style in the 1920s, is now home to centuries' worth of Russian art - and so much more. The Tabacalera has a small auditorium, three different screening halls, a space for digital resources, and a reading room packed with reference books!
Come here to soak up a broad range of art, from beautiful Byzantine-inspired works to thought-provoking social realism that will whisk you back to the Soviet era.
Hanging on the walls you'll see Kazimir Malevich, Vladimir Tatlin, Wassily Kandinsky, and Marc Chagall. And when you leave, why not talk about what you've learned over a White Russian somewhere nice? You're on a city break, after all.
22-2-2017 to 21-1-2018 Russia’s epic Romanov Dynasty started in the 14th century with Andrei Ivanovich Kobyla, and continued into the early 1900s. This large-scale project explores these 500 years of tumultuous history through the contemporary portraiture of Russia’s decadent rulers.
Alexéi y Andreas Jawlensky: the adventure of color
10/8/2017 - 21/1/2018 Father-son duo Alexéi and Andreas Jawlensky left an indelible mark on the modern art world, both as a pair and individually. Alexéi specialized in his own brand of ‘invisible reality’, transforming feelings and emotions into surrealist masterpieces. His son was more grounded in physical reality, with a signature graphic sensibility which made him a household name in the 1900s.
Bus: 16 to Avenida Sor Teresa Prats (Tabacalera); 40 to Avenida Pacifico (Princesa).