Items in Your Cart
There are currently no items
Sign in Your Account
If you've registered please log in here
Sign in with your Facebook account
Password Recovery
Enter your Login.
The system will automatically generate a new password and send it to the registered email
Leave Message
First name*
Pre-order terms & conditions
I have read and agree with the above Terms of Service
Add to Wishlist
First name*


Intersect Art and Design, Aspen, USA
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, the Netherlands
'Fire and Fiber' Todd Merrill Studio, South Hampton NY, USA
Todd Merrill Studio at Bergdorf Goodman, New York, USA
BAD+ 2023 Bordeaux, France
COLLECTIBLE 2023, Brussels, Belgium
Design Miami/, Todd Merrill Studio, Miami, USA
PAN Amsterdam 2022, the Netherlands
GLUE amsterdam 2022, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Cosmoscow 2022 | Alina Pinsky Gallery, Moscow, Russia
BAD+ 2022 Bordeaux, France
COLLECTIBLE 2022, Brussels, Belgium
CODA Design Museum, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
Homo Spatius. Designers de l’espace. Saint-Étienne, France
«The VESHCH! Talking objects» All-Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow, Russia
HISTORY OF RUSSIAN DESIGN. ESSENTIALS. Moscow Design Museum, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Russia
GMUND AWARD 2021 Exhibition, Gmund am Tegernsee, Germany
Paper positions. Basel / Basel Art Week, Basel, Switzerland
PAN Amsterdam 2021, the Netherlands
Ro Plastic Prize Exhibition 2021, Milan, Italy
GLUE Amsterdam 2021, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
'Design Dilemma' Mia Karlova Galerie 2021, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
COLLECTIBLE 2021, Brussels, Belgium
'A Life Less Ordinary' Mia Karlova Galerie, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ambiente Trends 2021, Messe Frankfurt, Germany
Cosmoscow 2020 | Alina Pinsky Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Russian Collectible | Palisander Gallery, Moscow, Russia
German Design Award, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
ICONIC AWARDS Innovative Interior, Koeln, Germany
II Competition-Biennale 'Invented and Made in Russia' Moscow, Russia
Dutch Design Week, Piet Hein Eek Gallery, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
History of Russian design 1917-2017, Russia
A' Design Award Exhibitions, Worldwide
A' Design Award Exhibitions at MOOD 2018
A' Design Award Exhibitions, Worldwide 2017-2018
A' Design Award Exhibitions, Worldwide
Gathering by Li Edelkoort at the Milan Design Week, Milan, Italy
Exhibition of russian design PREDMET, Moscow, Russia
Gathering by Lidewij Edelkoort at DMH, Holon, Israel
jpb ART/Jean-Pierre Botella Gallery, Saint-Tropez, France
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Florence Design Week, Florence, Italy
Gdynia Design Days 2012, Gdansk, Poland
International Exhibition and Forum of Industry and Innovations INNOPROM, Russia
Wired's month-long pop-up exhibition, New York, USA
Clerkenwell Design Week 2011, London, Great Britain
Contemporary Russian design at Heritage Gallery auction, Moscow, Russia
DESIGNEAST.EU OFFLINE EXHIBITION, Budapest, Hungary - Prague, Czech Republic
Exhibition of Czech winners of Red dot design award, Seoul, Republic of Korea
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia
The 61st Berlin international film festival, Berlin, Germany
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Design Week 2010, Russia
Sretenka Design Week, Moscow, Russia
International Days of Design of the Baltic States - Gdynia Design Days’ 08, Gdansk, Poland
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Red dot design museum, Singapore
International festival of industrial design DESIGN ACT, Moscow, Russia
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
MIDO Exhibition, Milan, Italy
ORGATEC, Cologne, Germany
Prague Toy Fair, Czech Republic
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
Promosedia International Chair Exhibition, Udine, Italy
SaloneSatellite I Saloni WorldWide, Moscow, Russia
100% Design, Moscow, Russia
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
iF Design Award Exhibition, Hanover, Germany
Il Salone del Mobile, GROHE showroom, Milan, Italy
International festival of architecture and interior design, Moscow, Russia
Salone dell‘ Arredo Bagno, Milan, Italy
Design Innovation Awards, Moscow, Russia
"Without the name", Omsk, Russia
Furniture Fair, Moscow, Russia
"Made in Omsk", Omsk, Russia

«The VESHCH! Talking objects» All-Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

The VESHCH! Talking objects2


01 january – 31 december

“The VESHCH! Talking objects” is an exhibition/installation telling a story about striking samples of Russian design of the XX century, and about their impact on the works of contemporary authors, from rethinking traditions of folk art and Russian Avant-Garde to the design of the “space age,” author’s “art design,” sustainable development concepts and high-tech solutions for the smart home. The museum will present to the visitors multiple exhibits, from mass-produced products to prototypes to collection design samples: interior items, household appliances, clothing and fashion accessories, all displayed in the open storage format.

The VESHCH! Talking objects 1

“Our museum is building an object design collection,” says Artyom Dezhurko, head of the Object Design Sector at the Fashion and Design Center. “This is a big deal: there is not a single state-owned design collection in Russia now, ours will be the first one. The exhibits of this display will form the basis of the collection, the core, to which new acquisitions will be added one by one. Thanks to the exhibition, our holdings, having barely emerged, immediately acquired their own ‘capsule’ design collection, a small, but meaningful, and reflecting its history in this country quite well”.

The VESHCH! Talking objects 5

 “Whether it is necessary to collect design items, and how — it’s a question that’s still relevant in the museum community,” says Natalya Loginova, head of the Fashion and Design Center of the All-Russian Museum of Decorative Arts. “But we have embarked on the journey that our colleagues from the world’s largest museums of decorative arts and design have already completed: the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, as well as museums in Austria, Germany, the U.S. and other countries. Every one of them started their design collections at some point. And for us this is a very logical step, because the collection of our museum already has real gems of the XX century design,” she adds with conviction.

Within the framework of this project, we are starting a discussion with the museum’s visitors and experts, dwelling on a number of topical issues. What things can be considered significant and landmark for the history of Russian design? What ideas of the past inspire designers today and what works are worthy of becoming part of the museum’s collection?

The VESHCH! Talking objects 3

The exhibition will feature works of more than forty contemporary authors and, likewise, over forty famous designers of the last century. In particular, museum patrons will see a unique series of 25 reconstructions of significant Russian design projects of the XX century that have not survived to this day, carried out with the support of the Presidential Grant Foundation. Among the works presented at the exhibition will be projects by El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko, Gustav Klutsis, Nikolay Suetin, Abram Damsky, Evgeny Bogdanov, Alexander Ermolaev, Dmitry Azrikan, as well as iconic works of contemporary designers Boris Berlin, Constantin Boym, Elena Kitaeva, Vadim Kibardin, Dima Loginov, Maria Kazakova (Jahnkoy), Ilia Potemine, Max Kasymov, NinaDonis, Victoria Andriyanova, Sergey Smirnov, NotAnotherOne, and others.

The VESHCH! Talking objects 6

“The project showcases new facets of the abundant heritage of Russian design. During its preparation, a lot of materials were collected, so this is not the end yet!” says Alena Sokolnikova, the project curator,sharing her plans for the expansion of the exhibition.

The VESHCH! Talking objects 4

The project was implemented in partnership with the Russian Wine House Abrau-Durso, the Foundation for the Development of the All-Russian Museum of Decorative Art and for the Support of Creative Initiatives, the Manders wall decor store chain, the Maotai company, private individuals Dmitry Chepenko and Olga Mironova.