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March, 14th — May, 6th 2012

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Japan Foundation, presents the exhibition Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan intended to introduce the general public to the art trends of Contemporary Japan.

May, 23th — June, 24th 2012

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the pop/off/art gallery and Marina Gisich Gallery, presents the show of Vitaly Pushnitsky, being his first museum-level retrospective in Moscow and featuring his works from the 1990s up till now.

January 25 — February 26, 2012

The exhibition of Natalia Abalakova and Anatoly Zhigalov at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art embraces the work of several decades. This is a kind of total project with the conceptual approach perceived and employed as a technology of contemporary art. The same one the inventors of TOTART have employed while working on their major oeuvre — The Research on the Essence of Art in the Context of Life and Art.

June 14 — July 3, 2011

The space of intersection of the languages of art and cinema has for twenty years been the subject of analysis and discussion of the participants of the Media Forum at the Moscow Film Festival: artists, film makers, and art and film critics.

July 14 — September 1, 2011

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and «Free Worshops» Contemporary Art School present the annual international exhibition of young art «Workshop 20’11. Today/Tomorrow».

April 26 — June 5, 2011

The name of Yuri Zlotnikov is closely associated with the whole period of the development of the Russian contemporary art of the second half of the 20th century.

February 10 — March 13, 2011

Rauf Mamedov is a postmodernist. He employs the core principles and elements of this movement to attract the viewer’s attention to the biggest problem of today — the loss of moral and ethical virtues.

December 17, 2010 — January 30, 2011

Started in January 2007 after several years of scrupulous investigations and methodical research, History of Russian Video Art is a three-part project consisting of a series of exhibitions, lectures, screenings and publications illustrating the birth, first steps and further development of video as an artistic form in Russia.

November 3 — December 5, 2010

Ivan Chuikov has long been and remains a challenging figure in the international art scene — this is what makes him truly unique.

28 — October 24, 2010.

This exhibition presents works by renowned Russian artist Alyona Kirtsova.

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