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November 20, 2020 — December 20, 2020

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.

On 3 November 2020, the VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art launches the second part of the Main Project at the Museum of Moscow. It will introduce three curatorial projects in one space.

November 11, 2020 —March 21, 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is happy to announce Countdown, a retrospective exhibition of Igor Makarevich and Elena Yelagina. The exposition features both solo and the most significant joint works of the artists. Igor Makarevich and Elena Yelagina see this exhibition as an opportunity to look back on their career and to take stock of the work done over the past thirty years.

OCTOBER 27, 2020 - JFEBRUARY, 21 2021

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the School of Contemporary Art Free Workshops present Katya Isaeva’s project the Museum of Nature, being the part of the MMOMA Young Art Support Program.

OCTOBER 14, 2020 — FEBRUARY 7, 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.

SEPTEMBER 15 — OCTOBER 25, 2020

Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with the Ruarts Foundation for the Promotion of Contemporary Art presents Fontes Amoris, a solo exhibition of Sasha Frolova. The project is curated by a Belgian art historian Joanna De Vos.

SEPTEMBER 8 — OCTOBER 11, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with the School of Contemporary Art Free Workshops are happy to announce Pauses, a collective project dedicated to the practices of time dilation. The exhibition is part of the MMOMA Program for Support of Young Artists and the Parallel Program of VII Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.

September, 1 — October, 11, 2020

The project Matochkin Shar ** Compass Strait is a new installation in the exhibition series realised as part of the program Collection. Vantage Point, which puts major focus on the research and presentation of artworks from the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Each of the previous displays of the programme has relied on a unique method and perspective on the Museum’s collection: from conceptual to formal.

September 4 — October 4, 2020

MMOMA and the Vadim Sidur Museum, together with the Ruarts Foundation, present a multi-part project HEADWALK by street artist 0331c. The idea of historical memory stored in the artefacts of contemporary urban space is central to the exhibition.

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