The Collection of the Ulyanovsk Museum of Fine Arts features more than 90 works of fine and applied arts created in the period from the late 18th century to the 1970s: Polenov, Plastov, Picasso & More exposition, as a part of the Resident project.
Part of the exhibition is dedicated to Arkady Plastov, a native of Simbirsk Governorate, now Ulyanovsk Region, and one of the brightest Soviet artists. A big surprise is a collection of Pablo Picasso's ceramics, including panels, vases and decorative plates from the 1950s—1970s.
The Collection of the Ulyanovsk Museum of Fine Arts: Polenov, Plastov, Picasso & More exposition is located in the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Pavilion and will remain open until 3 November 2019.
All current VDNH exhibition discounts apply to the guests visiting the Collection of the Ulyanovsk Museum of Fine Arts: Polenov, Plastov, Picasso & More exposition. Besides, admission to all Resident project expositions is free from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays and throughout the day the third Sunday of every month.
VDNH's unique Resident project is a Russian inter-museum exchange programme that, since its launch in spring 2018, has already become a good tradition. Each exposition segment — Moscow, Russia, and the World, exhibited simultaneously — presents two exposition projects per year.
The Mayakovsky State Museum, the Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, the Bulgakov Museum and the Samara Museum of Fine Arts have already presented their best masterpieces.
DURATION: 31 July to 3 November 2019. Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
VENUE: the Worker and Kolkhoz Woman Pavilion.
ADMISSION: adults — 300 RUB, children from 6 to 16 years, full-time students and seniors — 100 RUB.