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

Vladimir School of Painting

    The exhibition will uncover the unique regional art style that emerged in the town of Vladimir (120 miles east of Moscow) in the 1960s and 1970s. Festive and vibrantly colorful, the works of Vladimir artists were a striking contrast to subdued, albeit well balanced, color palettes of the masters of official Soviet art. […] Read More

Russian Sacred Art: Connecting Heaven and Earth

  The exhibition Russian Sacred Art will bring together more than fifty 19th century icons and other religious objects, drawing on a significant private American collection of icons. Of all the treasures of sacred Russian art, 19th century icons are the least well-known and appreciated.   The exhibition Russian Sacred Art is the first presentation in […] Read More