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I must confess I knew nothing about this artist. We were taken here while on a Tauck tour. We ate in the café in the museum. We were told we were going to see some of his rt. I expected some small pieces, so when...More
One of the underrated places in my opinion. Definitely recommended for those who like art. Zurab is author of many great sculptures that are now on display in several countries like USA,Spain, France, Georgia etc. Genuinely unique person and talented artist. Hence the museum represents...More
A lot has been said about the "controversy" of Tsereteli's art. Derided by many in the West because of "kitsch", pomposity and grandiosity, and many other supposed violations of I guess some hidden code known only to the self-proclaimed cognoscenti, Tsereteli could be an easy...More
The most interesting part to see when you're visiting with your children would be the outside courtyard which is full of massive statues. If there's one thing Mr. Tsereteli can't do, it's small statues :) They include such spectacles as two Putins in a judo...More
Date of experience: October 2015
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The neighborhood is divided into two major halves by Krasnaya Presnya street: the southern part highlights Moscow city – businesses contained in skyscrapers along with the White House - where the Russian government works. The north is a bit more relaxed and casual, visitors here will find the Moscow zoo, National Centre for Contemporary Arts and a number of fine restaurants. The beautiful neo-gothic Cathedral
of the Roman Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is usually packed with the events such as organ music concerts.