Museum of St. Petersburg Art (20th–21st centuries)


The Museum of St. Petersburg Art (20th–21st centuries) is a depository of a unique collection representing productions of the artists of Russia’s Cultural Capital. At present, the collection has ca. 3,000 items, covering the entire Petrograd-Leningrad-St. Petersburg period in the history of arts. It includes works of different styles and trends, created in the city in the course of two centuries, viz. the Avant-Garde of the 1920s, post-WW-II Socialist Realism, the ‘left wing’ of the Artists’ Union and the Underground of the 1960s–70s, and up to the post-Perestoika period and nowadays. Nowadays, the Museum does not have a permanent exhibition, but temporary exhibitions are being constantly organized in the Main Building.

New Russian contempororary art exhibition of A. Zadorin

Zadorin’s talent manifests itself in ceramics, demonstrating great vivacity of ideas and expression typical of the artist

Free with
St Petersburg Card
Normal Ticket Price: 150 RUB

103 Griboyedov Canal Emb.

Closest metro station:
Sennaya ploschad/Sadovaya/Spasskaya or Nevsky proslekt/Admiralteyskaya

Getting there:
From Nevsky proslekt/Admiralteyskaya: Bus № 3, 22, 27 till the station Teatralnaya ploshchad

+7 (812) 314-98-94, +7 (812) 312-25-54


Open hours:
During exhibitions:
Tuesday, Thursday — Sunday: 12.00–20.00;
Wednesday: 14.00–21.00.
Closed: Monday