Petersburg avant-garde museum fits in a modest two-story wooden building in the historic center of our city.
also often called home Mikhnevich or Matyushina. Mihnevich was the first owner of the building, well-known journalist actively communicate with the public in need of writers and even donated a large sum of his base, and after his death the house was transferred to the obschestva.Zdes are living people of creative professions, who had enough money to pay for their own rent. This found refuge here now such well-known artists like Malevich, Khlebnikov, Harms, and many others. One of the founders of the Russian avant-Matyushin, has lived here all his life, collecting all his work and teaching painting. In 1977, the house was transferred to the museum of history of Leningrad, who restored it to its original form.