Whose portrait is this? | In artibus Foundation

Whose portrait is this?

The main part of the exhibition is the works belonging to the museum of V.A. Tropinin and Moscow artists of his time, which still represents the collection of the legendary Felix Vishnevsky, practically untouched by outside interference. In the In artibus space, the museum displays a third of its collection of paintings.

The museum collection is complemented by works from private collections: the reference collection of Russian art by Tatyana and Sergey Podstanitsky, the extensive collection of Kaliningrad patron Rustam Aliev, the elegant collection of Tatyana Udras, the family collection of Moscow architect Evgeny Ass, and, of course, works from the collection of Inna Bazhenova, the founder of In artibus Foundation.

22 March 2023 — 04 June 2023
From March 22 to June 4, In artibus Foundation presents an exhibition of graphic art by Tatiana Mavrina titled "From Sea to Sea". The exhibition features over 150 works of the artist from ten Moscow collections.
16 November 2022 — 12 March 2023
In artibus Foundation presents an exhibition of Indian contemporary art and fabrics from the collection of collectors Ekaterina and Andrey Terebenin.
15 September 2022 — 30 October 2022
The first exhibition of the season at the In artibus foundation is dedicated to Vladimir Weisberg's graphics. This is the third exhibition of the artist in the space of the foundation. The other two, in 2014 and in 2018, represented mainly the master's paintings and were held jointly with state museums (the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and a number of regional ones). This time, the exhibition includes forty drawings by Weisberg from different years – from the 1960s to the 1980s, as well as several classic watercolors by the master from the collection of the Moscow collector Inna Bazhenova.
28 June 2022 — 31 July 2022
"Summer Exhibition" is a new exposition of the In artibus Foundation, presenting more than sixty paintings and graphic works from private collections, united by one versatile theme of summer.