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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.

November 21, 2017 — JANUARY 8, 2018

The Moscow Museum of Modern Arts presents «Mapping Trauma» — the first solo exhibition of Antoinette von Saurma to be held in Russia. The exhibition features works from four series produced in the course of the last five years: «Disasters» (2012-2017), «Shadow Archive I, II» (2015-2017), «Falling Gracefully into the Sea» (2016-2017), and «Generation» (2015-2017) as well as site-specific works created especially for MMOMA.

September 27 — November 20, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents «Implicit Modernism», a two-part exhibition showcasing Roman Babichev’s vast private collection of Russian art, which illustrates a new perspective in the conversation surrounding the problem of Modernism in Soviet art.

SEPTEMBER 27 — NOVEMBER 6, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the RuArts Foundation presents an exhibition of graffiti-artists 0331c and GRISHA titled «Soot».

September 6 — October 22, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents «The 60’s in Rome», the first solo exhibition to be held in Russia of the Italian artist Giosetta Fioroni, one of the shining lights of pop art.

July 14 - July 23

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) is pleased to present an important new acquisition into its collection. It consists of ten graphic sheets from the 1990s featuring a depiction of two monsters, from the famous series «Installation for a Poor Cleaning Lady» by Dmitri Alexandrovich Prigov (1940-2007) — a poet and an artist, a foremost representative of Russian art in the second half of the twentieth- and early twenty-first centuries.

June 15- August 20, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the solo exhibition of Alexandra Dementieva «10 Installations» which includes Dementieva’s key works in the genre of interactive installation.

May 24, 2017 — September 10, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with AUREA Cultura I Art presents a large-scale exhibition «Antoni Gaudí. Barcelona». The project aims at tracing the artistic journey of Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926) through his major architectural achievements while revealing the influence of his work on contemporary culture.

May 24-29

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and VLADEY present the SPRING AUCTION, which will take place in the Museum on the 30th of May. The auction will feature works by the leading Russian contemporary artists: Sergei Bratkov, Georgy Guryanov, Ilya Kabakov, Pavel Pepperstein, Semyon Faibisovich, Oleg Tselkov, duo Dubosarsky & Vinogradov and others.

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