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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 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.

February 21 — July 19, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition by Tatiana Nazarenko titled «Future in the Past». The exhibition’s core consists of Nazarenko’s paintings of the 2000s-2010s, in which she continues to study «difficult» topics that are crucial for her entire artistic career: inescapable loneliness, a feeling of being helpless in front of history, the burden of traumatic memories, and the lack of understanding between people caught up in a swirl of social masquerade.

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.

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.

November, 13th — February, 2nd

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the National Centre for Contemporary art and the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center present the 5th session of the large-scale interdisciplinary project Human Condition, which has spanned a period of seven years and unfolded at the most important Moscow museum venues.

September, 5th — October, 13th 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in collaboration with the Marlborough Gallery, presents the first solo exhibition in Moscow of a Spanish artist Juan Genovés. The pictorial chronicler of the Modern period in Spanish history, he made a lasting impact on the Spanish art scene starting from the second half of the 20th century and up till now. The exhibition at the MMOMA will open as part of the annual international fair Cosmoscow.

September 7 — October 13, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents Ilmira Bolotyan’s personal project Immaterial Labor. Ten artefacts are the result of the two-years-long participatory performance by Bolotyan, which involved the artist bringing her body to perfection in pursuit of a socially established ideal of beauty.

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