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February 21 – April 6, 2014

A large-scale exhibition project comprising the Russian art dating to the 20th and 21st centuries. The artworks on display center on the subject of circus. Alexander Rodchenko, Mark Chagall, Oleg Kulik, Mitki Art Group etc. The works are exhibited next to authentic circus props, costume designs, documentary photographs and videos.  

February 28 – April 6, 2014

The name of a well-known Russian architect Nikolay Shumakov is closely associated with the recent period of construction of the Moscow subway system. However, Shumakov’s architectural work won’t be the main focus of the exhibition – rather, careful attention will be given to his “private affairs”, and that’s more than 60 paintings created over the last several years.

December 11 – February 9, 2014

Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents a solo exhibition of Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972), one of the key figures in the art of the XX century.

December 11 – February 9, 2014

Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents an exhibition of Jan van Toorn, one of the most vivid and influential figures in the contemporary graphic design of the Netherlands.

October 16 – November 24, 2013

Large-scale exhibition of the abstract artist from the non-conformist generation of the 60s who worked closely with poets Tomas Tranströmer and Gennady Aygi.

April 23 — May 5, 2013

International Video Art Festival «Now&After’ 13». Reflections on the subject of «Humane and its image» in the works of media artists from 16 countries.

December 20 — February 10

In recent years, Moscow Museum of Modern Art has been fully engaged in the contemporary art. Thereby, the part of collections showing previous stages of artistic development seems to be concealed in the Museum’s storerooms forever. By popular demands, the MMOMA will display artworks full of the historical context, which reflect the total diversity of trends and tendencies of the 20th century art, the controversial course of its artistic events, once again.

October, 17th — December, 2nd 2012

The art of Vera Mukhina (1889–1953) can boast of a rich historiography and exhibition history. And yet her stage design has so far remained almost completely unknown.

November 7 — December 2, 2012

In the thirty years following the implementation of China’s Reform and Opening Up policy, China’s policies on culture and art have changed dramatically. A new generation of youth climbed the stage. The changes in the lifestyles of the Chinese youth brought about changes in China’s contemporary art, which received a new impetus and enjoyed a tremendous outburst of creative energy as a result. 

December 20 - February 10

Artist Nikolai Nasedkin is one of the leading masters of the post-Soviet Expressionism.

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