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March 22 — June 19, 2022

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents The Right to Believe, an exhibition by the Russian photographer and artist Fyodor Telkov. Telkov dedicated his practice primarily to the study and creation of a portrait of his native Urals region of Russia. This project is part of the Photography / Commentary program.

February 11 — March 27, 2022

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a new exhibition The Dawn of the World and Yesterday’s Events as part of the MMOMA Educational Center’s Collection. Vantage Point program of the MMOMA Education Center.

February 11 — March 13, 2022

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Embassy of Sweden in Russia presents the exhibition Dreamland Wasteland by Ylva Westerlund and Mats Adelman, the first project within the special program Northern Travelogue: Swedish Artists at the MMOMA 2022-2023.

November 30, 2021 — January 30, 2022

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, with the support of the Embassy of Finland in Moscow and the Finnish Institute in St. Petersburg, presents the exhibition together, noting, which showcases the works of 11 Finnish artists following the research trip to Finland.


October, 23th — November, 21st 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the PLAYMMOMA 2.0 family interactive exhibition and project, being part of the Territory.


AUGUST 05 — SEPTEMBER 26, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a new project — Russian Language Textbook — which explores the visual forms and images that had been familiar to every Soviet person since childhood as well as their reflection in contemporary art.


August, 4th — September, 26th 2021

Space for Art. Conflict Check project is the first part of Space for Art. The Third Place program. The program is intended as a series of exhibitions and public events, with each project carried out by two artist-run initiatives from Russian cities and post-Soviet countries.

June 17, 2021 — July 25, 2021

Moscow Museum of Modern Art is happy to announce Commentary to Community, or How to Win Friends — a solo exhibition by Alina Desaytnichenko, which is held within the Photography/Commentary program of the Museum.


MAY 27 — JULY 25, 2021

As part of the MMOMA Education Center program Collection. Vantage Point program, Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a new project Touch the Shutter Button dedicated to analysing the way artists are portrayed in the art of the XX-XXI centuries.


April 20 —— May 16, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Kotä present 11 artists from Switzerland, Germany, Argentina, and Russia who explore the present moment through the language of sound and technological art. The exhibition is located on five floors of the MMOMA Education Center. The project will be complemented by an extensive in-person and online public program, which will cover topics such as new media art, eco-empathy, non-institutional initiatives, and other issues.

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