Romanov Dvor Presents the Fairy Tales


The gallery of contemporary art at Romanov Dvor Business Quarters announces the opening of the Fairy Tales, a solo exhibition by art photographer Tatyana Tuz.

Photographer Tatyana Tuz, who first became famous in Italy and France, presented her Fairy Tales to the Moscow audience.

The exhibition features the well-loved characters of Russian and foreign fairy tales in the context of fashion photography that manifests the influence of style, time and place on the characters.

The audience will discover the soul-stirring love of Charles Perrault’s Cinderella, plunge into the full colors of the Beauty and the Beast, and feel the power of the Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen, and many more.

The exhibition of photography is open until February 12. Admission is free.


The concept of Romanov Dvor is business as art. This is why the business center places particular emphasis on exhibitions while rotating them every month.