Russia's largest private museum of contemporary art
Erarta is Russia's largest private museum of contemporary art with over 2300 works by more than 270 artists from all regions of Russia in its collection displayed over 10,000 sqm. Unique multimedia projects and interactive installations make it a must-see for gaining insight into modern Russia.
- Wheelchair access
Erarta Museum presents an exhibition by Boris Smotrov, an artist in constant search for a certain visual code of Russianness telling the viewer a tale of the Golden Age.
An exhibition of works by the Moscow-based artist Lyusya Voronova revisits the aesthetics of naïve art and invites the viewer into the huge world of a little person living in a wondrous paradise-like garden.
Erarta Museum presents an exhibition of photographs by cosmonaut Sergey Ryazanskiy offering a glimpse of our planet through a spacecraft observation window.
Erarta Museum presents the exhibition by Valeriy Lukka, one of the most prominent figures in the St. Petersburg art scene over the past four decades.
Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art presents the 'realistic photosurrealism' by Swedish artist Erik Johansson:
– Dreamlike images composed of hundreds of original photographs;
– Pictures telling amazing stories;
– An artist collaborating with Volvo, Google, Adobe, Microsoft and National Geographic;
An exceptional archaeological discovery in autumn 3115 near an abandoned site in the southern part of the European continent led our contemporary experts into the world as it was in the 2020s.
Philip Treacy is back! The large-scale show by the world’s greatest milliner is the gift to St. Petersburg that Erarta Museum has in store for its own 10th anniversary.