Where to see Russian Art in Moscow?
The most popular gallery to visit is Tretyakov Gallery, but it's not the only one.
The Museum of Russian Impressionism
(Modern Museum of classical art)
The museum’s cylindrical building, which looks like a spaceship, once served
as a flour and sugar warehouse for the Bolshevik Candy Factory.
Today it houses a collection from the Russian artisans Valentin Serov,
Konstantin Korovin, Boris Kustodiev, Petr Konchalovsky, and many others.
Its sophisticated contemporary architecture includes over a thousand square
meters of display space, a multi-media hall, an educational interactive center,
a teaching studio, a cafe, and a book and souvenir shop.