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Mikhail and Ivan Morozov went down in the history of patronage as revolutionaries who were not afraid to abandon patterns and stereotypes. They have collected the most significant collection of French art of the twentieth century — Impressionists and modernists. "The Russian who does not bargain" — that's how Ivan Morozov was called in Paris in the early 1900s. After all, he easily and gracefully spent fabulous money on the paintings he liked.

Today, the collection of the Morozov brothers is on everyone's lips, in connection with the sensational exhibition in Paris, or rather, the return of the collection to Russia. Therefore, we will gather at a private evening in the gallery, in the heart of St. Petersburg, surrounded by art, to talk about the uniqueness of this collection, the risks of exchanging works of art between countries, as well as about the difficulties that arise in organising temporary exhibitions.

At the meeting you will find out the most interesting facts about the collection; whether there is an insurance policy on masterpieces; what risks are involved in exchanging art between countries, and much more.

Places are limited.

The Morozov brothers - a story of the first impressionist art collectors and their collection.



Aleksandra Imaikina

Art historian, founder of the FIRUZZI Art and Travel project, art advisor, graduate of Sotheby's Institute of Art, London

St Petersburg

1 July


18:30 - 20:30

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