“Due to the current circumstances that hinder the movement of people and transport, the work needed to ensure the return of works of art can not be carried out as originally planned. For this reason, while the logistics issues are resolved, the temporary exhibitions will remain open to visitors, “- said on the website of the branch of the Russian Museum in Malaga.
Currently, four exhibitions are on display in Spain – “War and Peace in Russian Art”, “Avant-Garde in Russian Art”, “Mayakovsky – Artist and Poet”, as well as a project to the 200th anniversary of Dostoevsky. They were to be completed in April. It was originally planned to close them on April 17, then the deadline was moved to the 24th, then to the 30th. Now the management of the museum has decided to postpone the issue of transportation until mid-May – just before the 15th the insurance is valid.
The building of the former tobacco factory, which is the only branch of the Russian Museum Abroad, now houses works by Kazimir Malevich, Boris Grigoriev, Marc Chagall, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Vasily Kandinsky, Natalia Goncharova, Mikhail Larionov, Alexander Fidan, Alexander Rodchenko David Burliuk and other famous authors.