The House-Museum of Nikolay Nikolaevich Sednin
Solnechnogorsky district, “Udachnoe” Villa Complex
Tel.: +7 (925) 740-37-73, +7 (925) 719-45-26
Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 18:00
Closed on Sundays
Tatiana Evgenievna Panich
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Gremitskikh
Director of the museum
Irina Vladimirovna Tyltenbrents
The museum was created on the territory of the family estate of the Russian opera and chamber singer Varvara Sednina and the artist, writer and art historian Nikolai Sednin. Among the founders of the museum are: Professional Union of Artists of Russia, Moscow Organization of the Union of Writers of Russia, and the Russian Academy of Art Criticism. The museum’s masterminds were Aleksandr Gremitsky, one of the largest art collectors in modern Russia, and Tatiana Panich, President of the International Competition “Art. Perfection. Recognition”, with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. The museum regularly hosts concerts of famous classical music performers, poetry readings, presentation of authors’ projects by theater workers and filmmakers, and workshops by famous artists, art historians and art collectors. The museum holds award ceremonies for laureates and diploma holders of the international art competition and performances by the leaders of large public organizations in Russia.
One of the guests’ favorite and integral parts of all the Museum’s events was Nikolay Sednin’s original cooking and workshops on creating culinary compositions that can be prepared with the author and tasted. Tours and familiarization with the multidimensional works of Nikolay Sednin from different periods of his work are regularly held for the Museum guests. Visitors always have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with and purchase books and albums of the Master’s works, included in the international reference publication “The Greatest Artists of the World of the 18th – 21st Centuries,” take walks in the homestead territory, or take a break from the bustle of the city in the vast forest park zone adjacent to the Museum.
There are more than 1,000 author’s works of painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture in the regularly updated exposition of the Museum, and about 100 works in the permanent exhibition.