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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.

16.12.2017 — 10.01.2018

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

December 19, 2017 — February 4, 2018

«Cloud Caught on a Mountain» consists of stories related to contemporary Dagestan. Stories are a starting point for all of Taus Makhacheva’s works and they are told in local vernacular: ordinary people, everyday objects, works of applied decorative arts, landscape, traditions, family lore and institutional archives.

November 28, 2017 — January 14, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the second iteration of «Implicit Modernism», an exhibition based on Roman Babichev’s vast private collection of Russian XX century art.

December 5, 2017 — January 14, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the solo exhibition of Nikita Makarov. A compelling and busy painter, he had graduated from the Surikov Art Institute and devoted himself since then to the exploration of the possibilities of landscape.

December 6, 2017 — January 8, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with the Triumph Gallery presents the project of Natasha Timofeeva and Alexander Minchenko «Untitled. 10 Gogolevsky» created in the «site-specific» genre. The exhibition is being held within the MMOMA Program for support to young art and the Young Lions project.

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