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February 9 — April 2, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition of Alexey Morosov PONTIFEX MAXIMVS/LE STANZE, which is an expanded version of the exhibition PONTIFEX MAXIMVS shown at the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art in 2015. The current exhibition represents a site-specific installation in which a variety of media — sculptures, video works and works on paper — are merged into the exhibition space

February 6 — March 19, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art under the general support of the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund presents a solo exhibition of Eduard Steinberg «If there is water in the well...» timed to the 80th anniversary of the artist.

February 2 — May 1, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with the Museum of Russian Lubok and Naïve Art presents two major exhibition projects: «NAÏVE...NO» and «Creation». United under the theme of naïve art the exhibitions at MMOMA are conceived to trace the history of the trend by placing works of self-taught artists in the context of the 20th century art process, to find common ground between naïve art and such radical directions as avant-garde, conceptualism and primitivism, as well as to show works of artists of naïve art from Russia and Europe.

20 Jan - 19 Feb 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the School of Contemporary Art «Free Workshops» present the solo exhibition by Anton Chumak «The Salt» featuring the artist’s works in various techniques from video-installations to graphics. The project, which is the fifth solo show by Anton Chumak, is held within the MMOMA young artists support program.

January 24-March 5, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a major project-retrospective of Valeriy Ayzenberg (b. 1947) MIGRATIO curated by Leonid Bazhanov. The exhibition aims to explore the context and development of contemporary art in Russia for the last fifty years through the works by one of the most distinguished Russian artists who made a name for himself in the 1980s and remains one of the most influential artists today.

1 — 26 February, 2017

Where does Europe end and where does Asia begin? What do borders influence and who draws them? These are the central questions of the new exhibition project «The Border» staged by the Goethe-Institut in conjunction with its partners from Eastern Europe, Germany and Central Asia and scheduled for several years. The participants include young artists from sixteen cities and eleven countries in Europe and Asia. The exhibition opens in Moscow on 31 January, 2017 whence it will travel to Saint Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk, Kiev, Tbilisi, Minsk and Dortmund, and in 2018, it will continue its journey to Central Asia.

JANUARY 17 — FEBRUARY 26, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the exhibition project by Vladimir Opara «I exist in a constantly changing landscape». For the first time, the exhibition will join the artist’s projects that were previously shown in Germany, the Netherlands, Latvia, and Russia.

December 20, 2016 - January 8, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo show of Irina Miklushevskya «Way to the Sea». The exhibition features a series of meditative watercolors of the artist where views of the sea, signs of the civilization and fragile beauty of the plant world reminiscent of the lyrical sound of landscape artists of the romantic era returning the viewers to the artworks of such classics as John Constable and William Turner.

November 29, 2016 — January 22, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition of Alexander Burganov «The Magic Realism». The major retrospective of the celebrated master of monumental art, which includes his sculpture, graphics, tapestry, will show one of the forms of «new realism».

November 11, 2016 — December 11, 2016

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the School of Contemporary Art «Free Workshops» showcase a solo exhibition of Sasha Biryulin, a young artist from Kaluga whose art career already includes his participation in the prestigious international exhibitions of contemporary art such as Scope and Armory in New York.

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