Current exhibitions

Petrovka 25
November 29, 2022 – February 5, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the SAMPLE online gallery are proud to present Memory Full, a solo exhibition by Nadezhda Likhogrud. This is the fourth of six collaborative projects of the museum and the gallery. The project reflects on the memory features and its heterogeneity in the face of rapid information flows.

November 17, 2022 — February 5, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents Existence-co-Existence, a solo project by the Zak Kaghado. In his works, the American artist of Circassian origin turns to the national original culture of the North Caucasus, rethinking its heritage in installations and canvases close in style to the American expressionism of the second half of the 20th century.

April 30, 2022 — January 29, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the eleventh thematic exhibition of its collection, once again located at one of the MMOMA venues at 25 Petrovka Street.

Ermolaevsky 17
December 24, 2022 – February 19, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is proud to introduce a new project Faces and Figures: The Journey of Images that is a part of the Collection. Viewpoint program. The exhibition will spread over two floors of the museum’s Education Center.

The MMOMA Education Center on 17 Ermolaevsky Lane was opened in the winter 2017 on the one of the four venues of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. The creation of such a Center has become a logical development of the museum’s activity in the sphere of education and popularization of contemporary art, which allows to consolidate and expand all existing educational projects of the museum.

Gogolevsky 10
October 25, 2022 — January 29, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition of twentieth-century works from the Samara Art Museum collection, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of its foundation.

Gogolevsky 10/2
December 2, 2022 – January 15, 2023

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art with the support of the Kupol Gallery presents the Anthropos exhibition by Timofey Caraffa-Corbut. In his new project, the artist brings the viewer back into the two-dimensional world of the archetypal worldview based on several principles: early childhood, early Christianity and the primitive world.

Vadim Sidur Museum

December 8, 2022—January 29, 2023


The Vadim Sidur Museum and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art proudly announce a solo exhibition by Alexander Plusnin, The World Without Humanity is of No Interest to Me. The artist’s new work is a single multitool installation, a multifunctional tool for all occasions, and a set of Allen keys to reality. The quote from Vadim Sidur’s interview from the 1970s, which is used as the exhibition’s title, becomes a participant of the space, a mirror cipher that rhymes with other magical objects.

The Vadim Sidur Museum and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art present The Amazing Journey of a Mischievous Boy, a research project by artist Anna Titova who reimagines the renovated permanent exhibition of the Vadim Sidur Museum.


The Museum-Studio of Dmitry Nalbandyan was set up by the Moscow Government basing on the collection presented by the artist as a gift to the city in the end of 1992. Since 2018 the Museum-Studio is part of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art containing over 1500 artist’s works: paintings, sketches, drawings, photographs and personal belongings.


Bolshaya Gruzinskaya 15

Over 250 paintings, graphics, enamels, pieces of monumental and indoor sculpture.