What's on at the Hermitage

26 June 2019 - 13 October 2019

A Forgotten Russian Patron. The Collection of Count Pavel Sergeevich Stroganov

From 26 June 2019, the exhibition “A Forgotten Russian Patron. The Collection of Count Pavel Sergeevich Stroganov” will be running in the Nicholas Hall of the Winter Palace.

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21 June 2019 - 6 October 2019

The Morozov Brothers. Great Russian Collectors

In the early 20th century, the Morozov and Shchukin families had a tremendous influence on cultural life in Moscow. Thanks to their activities the concept of a “patron of art” appeared. They contribut

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15 June 2019 - 18 August 2019

Max Ernst. The Paris Years

From 15 June 2019, the exhibition Max Ernst. The Paris Years will be running in the Twelve-Column Hall of the New Hermitage. It has been organized by the State Hermitage with the support of the Hermit

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14 June 2019 - 15 September 2019

The Alchemy of the Image Max Ernst’s Books from the Collection of Mark Bashmakov

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The exhibition presents around 30 publications including early collage illustrations for the poems of Paul Éluard, “novels in collage”, sheets from the Natural History series, engravings and lithograp

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7 June 2019 - 7 July 2019

Artificial Intelligence and Intercultural Dialogue

the General Staff Building

On June 7 2019 the exhibition “Artificial Intelligence and Intercultural Dialogue” dedicated to the creative capabilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be open at the General Staff Building.

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5 June 2019 - 1 September 2019

Forbidden Fruit. Sculptor Chris Antemann

From 5 June 2019, the exhibition “Forbidden Fruit. Sculptor Chris Antemann at MEISSEN” will be running in the General Staff building, presenting works by a contemporary artist created in collaboration

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18 May 2019 - 22 September 2019

Treasures of the Red River. Archaeological Collections from the Museums of Vietnam

From 18 May 2019, the exhibition “Treasures of the Red River. Archaeological Collections from the Museums of Vietnam” will be running in the Winter Palace’s Halls of the History of Ancient Writings. I

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17 May 2019 - 27 November 2019

Glyptics: Past and Present

The display features around 200 works of glyptic art, jewellery and stone-carving taken from the stocks of the State Hermitage and also provided by the TENZO jewellery house.

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13 April 2019 - 14 July 2019

Paolo Uccello. St George and the Dragon. From the Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris

On 14 April 2019, the State Hermitage opened the latest exhibition in the “Masterpieces from the World’s Museums in the Hermitage” series – “Paolo Uccello. St George and the Dragon. From the Musée Jac

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2 April 2019 - 30 June 2019

Roberto Matta and the Fourth Dimension

White Hall of the General Staff Building

The State Hermitage Museum is delighted tio present «Roberto Matta and the Fourth Dimension» which will take place in the White Hall of the General Staff Building in St. Petersburg from April 10 to Ju

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Hermitage Exhibition Centres

  • Current Exhibition

    27 April 2019 - 26 September 2019

    Monologue in Praise of the Seashell

    From 27 April 2019, an exhibition entitled Monologue in Praise of the Seashell will be running at the Hermitage–Vyborg centre. More than 150 exhibits from the stocks of the State Hermitage, spanning a period from ancient times to the present day, sing the praises of the seashell, one of nature’s most beautiful creations, and the way that in the hands of skilled craftspeople it can turn into a work of art.

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  • Current Exhibition

    2 February 2019 - 25 August 2019

    Treasury! Masterpieces from the Hermitage

    On 2 February 2019 the exhibition “Treasury! Masterpieces from the Hermitage” begins its run in the Hermitage–Amsterdam exhibition centre. It ushers in a special anniversary year for the State Hermitage’s representation in the Netherlands. Over 300 exhibits from all the museum’s research departments will tell about the diversity and encyclopaedic character of the Hermitage’s stocks and provide a unique opportunity to trace the historical development of art over a period of more than 20,000 years.

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  • Touring Exhibitions