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DECEMBER 19, 2019 - MAY 17, 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.

April, 14th — June, 14th 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the Paper Cinema, a memorial exhibition of Georgy Danelia, a classic of Soviet and Russian cinema, being the first-ever display of the famous film director’s drawings and illustrations. The project will feature several series of his graphic oeuvres from the period he worked on the Splendid Days (Seryozha), Don’t Grieve, Mimino, Kin-dza-dza and other equally well-known films displayed along with posters, photos and video documentation.

February 11 — April 5, 2020

«Remebering APTART» is the sixth project as part of the program «Collection. Vantage Point». The program represents a series of exhibitions with each of them studying the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art from a certain perspective and using different research methods — from conceptual to formal.

February, 1st — March, 22nd 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Triumph gallery present a multipart project POLYCHRONICITY. PRACTICE OF STUDIES IN THE TEMPORAL MODES OF CONTEMPORANEITY, with the participation of foreign and Russian artists and art theorists. The second part of the project at the MMOMA Educational Center will be Dima Filippov’s solo exhibition Looking for an Elephant summing up his art practices of the four recent years and dealing with the search of lost fragments of historical past and the formation of personal historical memory.

January 29 — March 15, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the «Free Workshops» School of Contemporary Art present a total installation by Anna Tretyakova titled «Metaflora» about the ways of equal communication between man and nature. The project is part of the MMOMA Program for Support of Young Artists.

December 10, 2019 — January 12, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the «Free Workshops» School of Contemporary Art present a solo exhibition by Natalia Grezina and Anastasia Sukhareva-Morozova titled «Gift». The show explores the culture of gift giving as reflected in the history of thought and traditions. The project is part of the MMOMA Program for Support of Young Artists.

December, 5th — January, 19th 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Triumph Gallery present a multipart project POLYCHRONICITY. PRACTICE OF STUDIES IN THE TEMPORAL MODES OF CONTEMPORANEITY with the participation of Russian and foreign artists and art theorists.. Over the course of one year the venue of the MMOMA Educational Center will host a series of exhibitions, lectures, discussions and film screenings, all involved in conceptualizing the present-day reality through different forms of experiencing and interpreting time as such.

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.

November 28, 2019 — January 26, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, together with the SDV Arts & Science Foundation, presents an exhibition «This Is Not a Book: Dmitry Volkov Collection. The Story of a Man, His Art, and His Library,» where the viewing public will get their glimpse of two of the connoisseur’s collections: contemporary art and rare editions of philosophical texts.

October 31 — December 1, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Triumph Gallery present a solo exhibition by Masha Obukhova titled «Lords of the Flies», dedicated to the theme of children and childhood memories. The exhibition is held as part of the MMOMA Program of Support for Young Artists and Triumph Gallery’s Young Lions Program.

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