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March 28 — April 9 2018

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and VLADEY present classic evening sale of Russian contemporary art.

02.03 — 29.04.2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents «Mystery of Being» — an exhibition of a major figure of Russian nonconformist art Vladimir Yankilevsky held in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the artist’s birth, which unfortunately he didn’t live to see.

April 26 — September 16, 2018

General Rehearsal is a content-rich, innovative presentation that combines works from three international art collections: V-A-C Foundation, KADIST and Moscow Museum of Modern Art. The project addresses for the first time V-A-C’s new approach to exhibition making, introducing a more fluid, transparent method of working collectively and engaging all disciplines equally. Designed to evolve and change like a living organism that adapts and responds to its environment, it adopts the structure of a theatrical play developing over three acts to be staged over a five-month period. In this framework, the project proposes considering artworks as actors in the play, having a potential agency similar to human beings.

MARCH 7 — APLRIL 8, 2018

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Triumph gallery present a Limited Fuctionality Mode, personal exhibition by Alexander Obrazumov that comprises new objects and installations, as well as works from the recent two years.

FEBRUARY 23 — MARCH 25, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Center for Contemporary Art Zarya (Vladivostok) presents an exhibition of the Hero4Hero group (Roman Ivanischev and Ksenia Frolova) titled MANNA.

29 NOVEMBER 2017 — 11 FEBRUARY 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art with the support of Aksenov Family Foundation presents «Alexander Kosolapov. Lenin Coca-Cola» — the first exhibition to be held in Russia of Russian-American artist Alexander Kosolapov (b. 1943), one of the pioneers of Sots Art.

09.02 — 29.07 2018

Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe (1969–2013), the man of a thousand faces, was a central figure in the generation of artists who came to prominence in Leningrad in the 1980s. His unique talent was the ability to take on different roles, to be both funny and serious at the same time.

February 13 — March 18, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Contemporary Art Gallery 11.12 and Mardjani Foundation presents «Dvoegorsk» — a solo exhibition by Rinat Voligamsi. The retrospective will bring together pieces created over the last ten years including the «Snow» (2011-2013) and «Unofficial Album» (2006) series.

DECEMBER 16, 2017 — MARCH 11, 2018
16.12.2017 — 11.03.2018

Program is realized through the joint efforts of the Goethe-Institut in Moscow and the Moscow Museum of Modern Art

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