'Watercolor Train' Turns Moscow Metro Into Museum
Published 17 May 2013
A subway car known as the "Watercolor Train" is showing a new exhibit as it carries passengers through the Russian capital. The train car is outfitted with art each year to mark the anniversary of the opening of the Moscow Metro on May 15, 1935.
The new collection on the "Watercolor Train" comprises reproductions of paintings from the Ryazan I.P. Pozhalostin State Regional Art Museum.
The moving art exhibit has been held in the Metro each year since 2007.
The driver of the moving exhibit pauses at a station.