Past Exhibitions

From Non-Conformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation

From Nonconformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation The exhibition From Non-Conformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation features the work of emerging, mid-career, and established artists spanning three artistic generations. The show includes works in a diverse range of media – painting, photography, collage, works on paper, video, […] Read More

Inside the Beehive: Art of Garen Bedrossian

Inside the Beehive:  Art of Garen Bedrossian In TMORA’s Mezzanine Gallery, Armenian-Canadian artist Garen Bedrossian showcases his fascinating nature-centered project, Inside the Beehive. The exhibition investigates the relationship between humans and their environment bringing the splendor and intricacy of nature’s creations to the forefront.  Bedrossian produced a series of small, vibrantly colored paintings that were then placed […] Read More

The Art of Leon Hushcha: Balancing Act

The Art of Leon Hushcha:  Balancing Act Saturday, March 10 – Saturday, September 1, 2018 on view in the Mezzanine Gallery Leon Hushcha’s solo exhibition at TMORA delves into the work of the Minneapolis-based artist whose bold polychromatic visualizations have earned much recognition regionally and nationally.  Bringing together Hushcha’s early and recent paintings, as well as his figurative and […] Read More

Art in Conflict

Art in Conflict Saturday, March 10 – Saturday, September 1, 2018 on view in the Main Gallery   The exhibition Art in Conflict presents approximately forty Soviet-era works drawn exclusively from the permanent collection of The Museum of Russian Art. Juxtaposing non-conformist and Socialist Realist approaches, the display unfolds conflicting perspectives that dominated the multifaceted […] Read More

Matryoshka: The Nesting Doll

Matryoshka: The Nesting Doll November 10th, 2017 – Saturday, August 11, 2018 on view in the Lower Gallery   Matryoshka, a painted wooden nesting doll, is familiar to many as the quintessential Russian souvenir. Pulled apart, the Matryoshka spills out smaller figures, each one inside a larger doll, until the tiniest one is revealed. Matryoshka […] Read More