Branch of the Russian Museum in Malaga (Spain) is the exhibition "Kandinsky and Russia" where the work of famous masters coexists with the works of his contemporaries. The exhibition presents 66 works of art from the collection of the Russian Museum. The work of the famous wizard is shown in the aspect of national origins of his early figurative works and abstract paintings of 1910-ies. Viewers will see such famous paintings by Kandinsky as "Improvisation" (1910), "Twilight" (1917), "Two ellipses" (1919), etc. an Important part of the exposition are the icons and examples of Russian folk art (baskets, spinning wheels, embroidered towels, toys, woodcarving), struck the young Kandinsky its bright and vivid decorative effect and influenced the formation of his artistic system.