Tverskoy 9

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July 13 - August 12, 2012

 What if contemporary art for you was above all the most natural form of self-search and self-identification in the community? 

May 15 — June 10, 2012

Cardelus transforms her family photo archives into an elaborated lace pattern with frozen moments expanding in time and space.

March 20 — April 29, 2012

As part of the 9th International Month of Photography in Moscow

Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition by Chris Marker, one of the most influential filmmakers to emerge in the post-war era. The exhibition will contain his photo series Koreans, Quelle Heure Est-Elle?, Billboards, After Dürer, The Hollow Men. His short films La Jeté, Sans Soleil and video installation Silent Movie will be displayed at the exhibition.

January 30 — March 11, 2012

Joan Hernandez Pijuan (1931-2005) is one of the most celebrated Spanish painters of the last decades.

March, 28th — April, 22nd

First large-scale presentation in Moscow of a project by a young photographer Anna Skladmann.

December 21, 2011 — January 22, 2012

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is pleased to announce the first Museum solo show Displacement by Italian artist Giada Ripa, as part of the Year of Cultural Exchange between Italy and Russia.

November 9 — December 14, 2011

Ignacio Burgos is well known to the international audience: his personal exhibitions are shown in major world capitals, and his works are kept in museums and private collections around the world.

September 24 — October 30

Vadim Voinov is one of the leading figures of Saint-Petersburg contemporary art. His special area of interest is Russian history of 1900s—1980s; and the real objects that, being out of use, have lost their relevance are his material of choice.

August 9 — September 11, 2011

The village of Maglehem (Population 250) is situated in the bay of Hanö on the south east coast of Baltic Sea (Sweden). During the last 60 years the area has attracted many artists who have found inspiration in its unique nature.

June 28 — July 31, 2011

New York, the so-called city that never sleeps, has always been and still is one giant photo-op.

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