Museum of Russian Lubok and Naive Art
Phone: (495) 608-51-82, 608-51-83
Address: 111396, Moscow, 15a, Souzny pr.
www.russianmuseums.info/M2086 - official web page
Museum of Russian Lubok and Naive Art - W1553, official web site naive-museum.ru/
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Museum of Russian Lubok and Naive Art is the first Russian museum of lubok, naive and outsider art.
The museum opened in 1998 in Moscow, in the unique Art Nouveau house built in 1907. It is the only state museum in Russia which focuses on the research, popularization and safe custody of lubok and naive art. The museum organizes Moscow International Festival of Naive and Outsider Art "Festnaiv" (an exhibition and a scientific conference held once every three years), various personal and group exhibitions, research and publishing projects.
Museum of Russian Lubok and Naive Art holds more than 1300 works of art (paintings, sculptures, drawings) mainly created by Soviet and contemporary Russian naive artists. Museum works as a methodological center for regional museums of folk and naive art
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Foundation and opening day:
culture for society, scientific
permament show rooms 100м2
temporary exhibitions 405,7м2
museum's store 78,4м2
museum's parks 0,37га
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