Petrovka 25

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MARCH 31 — JUNE 20, 2021

Today, New York City constitutes one of the most influential myths in the international cultural field. Over the past century, dozens of artists and authors have repeatedly referred to this image of the city of cities, seeking to capture and convey the spirit of the metropolis, modernity and personal experience of being there.

January 16 — March 14, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents Objectivity, an exhibition of Andrey Grositsky. Numerous works from different collections (not only paintings, but also graphics and objects that inspired the artist) are brought together under one curatorial idea of Sergey Khachaturov: to show the art of Andrey Grositsky in different complex contexts, from a dialogue with contemporaries to a premonition of ideas inherent in the metalanguage of present day millennials.

February 19 - March 30, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is happy to announce a solo exhibition of Irina Petrakova exploring the changing relationship between the body and the environment. While the concepts of presence and distance continue to be reinterpreted around the world due to the ongoing pandemic, the project highlights the role played by unconscious and random actions in the process of body adjustment to the environment.

OCTOBER 14, 2020 — MAY 16, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents Pavel Leonov: Through the Looking Glass, a retrospective exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of the artist.

October, 10th — November, 15th 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the School of Contemporary art Free Workshops present a group project by young artists Workshop 20’20. Homo Communicans. According to alternative anthropology, Homo Communicans must be considered a species of its own right developed at the turn of the 21st century. Communication, like food and sleep, is a basic need of a human individual, whatever be his personality and temper.

DECEMBER 19, 2019 - SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents its 20th anniversary exhibition. The project MMOMA 99/19 brought together 20 specialists in different fields of science and culture — from theatre directors and musicians to scholars and restaurateurs. Lead by the MMOMA curatorial team, they have come up with their special perspectives on the extensive Museum’s collection of Russian art, which vary depending on their professional activities.

October 15 — November 24, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents for the first time in Russia a large-scale project of Yoko Ono’s art featuring her legendary textual «Instructions», reenactments of the artist’s classical performances and her video art. The show acts as a prelude to the celebration of the MMOMA anniversary and opens as a part of the International Festival-School of Contemporary Art «Territory». The «Ruarts» foundation is the partner of the project.

October 9 - November 17, 2019

The short list of the Kandinsky Prize will be announced late in October, whereas the names of the winners will be out at the official award ceremony to be held at MMOMA (25, Petrovka Str.) on November 13, 2019.

July 9 — September 22, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), with the support of the Embassy of Spain, presents a solo exhibition of the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, the first to be held in Russia.

July, 7 — September 15, 2019

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the School of Contemporary Art Free Workshops present a collective project by emerging artists Workshop 20’19. Dismorphophobia, or the war within your mind.

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