Ermolaevsky 17

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Marсh 6 — Аpril 5, 2013

Photo- and video projects of Russian authors will be on display in the halls of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art within the framework of the Fashion and Style in Photography 2013 biennale.

April 17 - May 15, 2013

MMOMA is honored to present an exhibition of works by Andrei Bilzho, a well-known cartoonist, a painter, an artist who made several animated cartoons, an essayist who used to be a psychiatrist. 

January 24 - February 24 2013

A large-scale retrospective exhibition of the artist, who became well-known internationally, primarily as a pioneering media art artist and a creator of massive video installations.

October 27 to December 9 2012

The New Artists group. 1982-1991

For the first time in Moscow the MMOMA presents an exhibition of the legendary New Artists group and their revolutionary art of the 1980s Leningrad.

December`18 2012 - January`13 2013

Works by Natalya Zaharova, Dmitry Tugarinov, and Mikhail Dronov created during the period of 1989-2009.

September 15 - October 14, 2012

Exhibition “Things, Words and Consequences” presents artists from many countries, whose artwork, regardless methods and techniques used — installations or sculpture, drawing or paintings, video or performance — has a key meaning not only in respect to the latest art practices but for the life of the society itself in the age of global communication network. The nature, the role and the status of a language is the main issue here. 

Strategic project of the III Moscow International Biennale for Young Art

March, 14th — May, 6th 2012

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Japan Foundation, presents the exhibition Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan intended to introduce the general public to the art trends of Contemporary Japan.

May, 23th — June, 24th 2012

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the pop/off/art gallery and Marina Gisich Gallery, presents the show of Vitaly Pushnitsky, being his first museum-level retrospective in Moscow and featuring his works from the 1990s up till now.

January 25 — February 26, 2012

The exhibition of Natalia Abalakova and Anatoly Zhigalov at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art embraces the work of several decades. This is a kind of total project with the conceptual approach perceived and employed as a technology of contemporary art. The same one the inventors of TOTART have employed while working on their major oeuvre — The Research on the Essence of Art in the Context of Life and Art.

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