the Exhibition “Carl fabergé and Feodor rückert. Masterpieces of Russian enamel” will be held on October 9, 2020 January 10, 2021. As told RIA Novosti in the press service of the Museum, in the halls of the assumption belfry and the Patriarch’s Palace visitors will see more than 400 pieces of precious metals with enamel – work of the Russian jewelry firms of XIX – early XX century from the collections of the Museums of the Moscow Kremlin, Historical Museum, Tretyakov gallery and many others, and from the collection of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the collection of London’s Victoria and albert Museum and over a dozen private collections.
Historical exposition “the decline of the dynasty. The Last Rurik. False Dmitry” will be opened to spectators in March. The public will show precious objects belonging to the Russian monarchs of the XVI century, which was lost during the time of Troubles and are now in various Russian and foreign Museum collections. A separate section will tell about the dramatic reign of false Dmitry.
Next fall, in September 2021, the Moscow Kremlin Museums will present the project “France and Russia. Ten centuries together”, dedicated to the long history of Russian-French relations. This exhibition will be one of the main cultural events of the cross year of interregional cooperation of Russia and France.
Diplomatic gifts, precious jewelry, weapons, and other works of art acquired for the Royal court will give the Museum the château de Versailles, the national library of France, Museum of Malmaison castle, the State Hermitage Museum, the Archive of Russian Academy of Sciences and other Russian and French collections.