Anna Kan

RU 18+

The history and culture museum complex in the Sestroretsk area of Razliv has been faced with the need to carry out a re-exposition in its Shalash pavilion. The task at hand entails creating an exhibition project that would be in line with the current cultural trends and would meet the society's needs. The article discusses theoretical aspects of carrying out re-expositions, and the implementation of the latter in the Shalash museum within the contexts of Soviet history and contemporaneity.