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Larger Than Life is Georgian-Russian artist Zurab Tsereteli’s first major solo retrospective in the UK, working with Hervé Mikaeloff at Saatchi Gallery, London. Born in 1934 in Tbilisi, Georgia, 2019 marks the 85th anniversary of the artist’s birth. On view are paintings, sculptures and enamels spanning his early years to the present alongside archival video footage that documents the artist’s life and work.

November 9, 2018 — March 24, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Artwin Gallery present an exhibition by the sculptor Evgeny Antufiev When Art Became Part of Landscape at the Konenkov Studio-Museum. The project is the second part of a cycle, continuing the exhibition of Antufiev’s work, which was presented at the European Biennial of Contemporary Art (Manifesta 12) in Palermo, Italy.

09.02 — 29.07 2018

Vladislav Mamyshev-Monroe (1969–2013), the man of a thousand faces, was a central figure in the generation of artists who came to prominence in Leningrad in the 1980s. His unique talent was the ability to take on different roles, to be both funny and serious at the same time.

15 October — 15 December, 2017

The State Museum of Art of Uzbekistan in partnership with the Moscow Museum of Modern Art present the solo exhibition of Andrey Esionov — a well-known painter, draughtsman and master of striking large-scale watercolors.

July 20 — August 13, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Moden Art in partnership with the Russian Academy of Arts present a solo exhibition of the Russian artist, Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, Member of the Creative Artists’ Union of Russia Vazha Okitashvili timed to his 65th anniversary.

April 28 — May 24, 2017

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Russian Academy of Arts and IDEA public association present a charitable exhibition project «Live Life» featuring works by the artist and founder of the IDEA Foundation Leila Alieva and young artists from Russia and Azerbaijan. The Project aims at drawing attention to environmental problems.

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is launching a new experimental program titled Carte Blanche, in the course of which the museum will be inviting artistic institutions to implement their own curatorial initiatives at MMOMA sites.

1 — 26 February, 2017

Where does Europe end and where does Asia begin? What do borders influence and who draws them? These are the central questions of the new exhibition project «The Border» staged by the Goethe-Institut in conjunction with its partners from Eastern Europe, Germany and Central Asia and scheduled for several years. The participants include young artists from sixteen cities and eleven countries in Europe and Asia. The exhibition opens in Moscow on 31 January, 2017 whence it will travel to Saint Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk, Kiev, Tbilisi, Minsk and Dortmund, and in 2018, it will continue its journey to Central Asia.

August 27- October 30, 2016

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art in partnership with the exhibition hall of the Dusseldorf Kunsthalle KUNST IM TUNNEL presents the exhibition of Moscow artists «...FOLLOWING THE GLAMOUR» exploring the phenomenon of glamour as a response to changes in the society, economy and culture of Russia in the 2000-s, which in their turn caused further alterations in the system of values in today’s Russia.

August 02-28, 2016

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents to the Omsk public works by one of the distinguished masters of the 20th century art Nicholas Pirosmanishvili known as Niko Pirosmani.

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