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Current exhibitions

Petrovka 25
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.

Ermolaevsky 17

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 10/2
October 2 — November 1, 2020

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with Roza Azora gallery is happy to introduce Architextile or all sewn up, a solo exhibition of Maria Arendt. It reflects on the contradictory perceptions of space, time, objects and the individual’s place in the world.

Vadim Sidur Museum
October 14 — November 29, 2020

Exhibition extended

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Vadim Sidur Museum present Re-Locations, a project by Mikhail Tolmachev, which explores the mechanisms of human perception and imagination in constructing ideas of the collective past through subjective memories and mediated experience.

Vadim Sidur is a prominent figure among Soviet unofficial art of the second half of the twentieth century. His biography is a history of a person who struggled through the pre-war poverty, evacuation, experienced the Great Patriotic War and was severely wounded in the hostilities. A history of a person who thanks to his dedication to the way he had chosen was able to gain a voice to be listened to not only in his native land but also beyond its borders.


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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