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Moskvichka12 wrote a review Mar 2020
Moscow, Russia502 contributions153 helpful votes
Three floors of permanent and changing exhibitions by local and Russian artists. 150 r entry. Very well worth visiting. Also a nice small art collection for sale in the shop.
Date of experience: March 2020
New_Raki_Man wrote a review Sep 2017
Bothwell, Australia22 contributions3 helpful votes
Much better than expected with three floors of art. Best sight are the figures carved from bones of mammoths.
Date of experience: September 2017
Katherine408 wrote a review Sep 2016
Kirkby Stephen, United Kingdom25 contributions16 helpful votes
We were sidetracked into photography and installation exhibitions on the ground floor which were not what we had come for but once we climbed the stairs we were into stunning rooms of Sakha paintings and carvings. Didn't have enough time and would have gone back but alas closed Monday and Tuesday.…
Date of experience: August 2016
chefpat wrote a review Jul 2015
Santa Clara, California10 contributions5 helpful votes
Impressive museum collection of both local art and carefully selected pieces from world at large. Special attention to pieces representing the Sakha culture, very appropriate to this city.
Date of experience: June 2015
Kathleen M wrote a review Sep 2014
Fribourg, Switzerland293 contributions153 helpful votes
If you know something about the subjects of the portraits, the paintings naturally become more interesting. We specially liked the colourful Dymkovo folk art figurines in two of the showcases. When we visited, one room on the second floor featured six paintings that had been digitized in some way. When you held the museum's 'planchette' (a sort of tablet computer) in front of those paintings indicated with a special blue-trimmed sign you saw the items from the paintings moving. Northern lights, for example, moved across the night sky as you held the screen in front of the painting.…
Date of experience: August 2014