In artibus Foundation presents its publishing activities at the “Red Square” book festival

3-6 June 2017, Moscow hosted the Red Square book festival dedicated to the birthday of Alexander Pushkin and the Day of the Russian Language. The event featured publications by the leading museums and cultural institutions such as the State Hermitage Museum, the Russian Museum, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, State Tretyakov Gallery and others, including a joint stand of the IN ARTIBUS foundation and The Art Newspaper Russia.

The Red Square Festival is an annual book festival held in Red Square dedicated to literature and reading.

The festival was first held in 2015, and now has become an annual event. More than 400 publishers from all over Russia presented fiction, children’s, educational and popular science literature.

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10 August 2022
From Veronese to Picasso
The exhibition of European drawings of the XVI–XX centuries "From Veronese to Picasso", organized as part of the graphics festival by the Nizhny Novgorod Art Museum together with the In artibus foundation, introduces viewers to works from the collection of Inna Bazhenova.
25 May 2020
Chronicles of the quarantine exhibition. Collector’s Dreams. Wishlist of Maxim Boxer. Part Seven
To leave the exhibition alone, only sometimes to bypass it by day or night watch, noticing the appearance of new things and their strange combinations, is the freedom of our searches and reasoning. Our invitation to think.
18 May 2020
Chronicles of the quarantine exhibition. “Collector’s dreams. Maxim Boxer’s Wishlist”. Part Six
To leave the exhibition alone, only sometimes to bypass it by day or night watch, noticing the appearance of new things and their strange combinations, is the freedom of our searches and reasoning. Our invitation to think.