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Current exhibitions

Ermolaevsky 17
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.

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.

The MMOMA Education Center on 17 Ermolaevsky Lane was opened in the winter 2017 on the one of the four venues of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. The creation of such a Center has become a logical development of the museum’s activity in the sphere of education and popularization of contemporary art, which allows to consolidate and expand all existing educational projects of the museum.

Gogolevsky 10
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.

Gogolevsky 10/2
03 December, 2019 - 02 February, 2020

The exhibition celebrates the 125th anniversary of the birth of Ilya Mikhailovich Zdanevich and the 70th anniversary of the publication of his renowned anthology «Poetry of Unknown Words».

Vadim Sidur Museum
November 15, 2019 — January 19, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Vadim Sidur Museum present an exhibition titled «The Happiest Autumn», which celebrates the 30th anniversary of the museum dedicated to the famous sculptor. The first retrospective of Vadim Sidur in his homeland which was held after the artist’s death in September 1987 in this very museum, which at that time was called the Exhibition Hall of the Perovsky District, marks the staring point of the museum’s history. Although the exhibition was open only for seven weeks, around 15 thousand people visited it.


The Museum-Studio of Dmitry Nalbandyan was set up by the Moscow Government basing on the collection presented by the artist as a gift to the city in the end of 1992. Since 2018 the Museum-Studio is part of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art containing over 1500 artist’s works: paintings, sketches, drawings, photographs and personal belongings.

Bolshaya Gruzinskaya 15

Over 250 paintings, graphics, enamels, pieces of monumental and indoor sculpture.

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