Tverskoy 9

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December 18, 2013 – January 19, 2014

More than 30 abstract works created by the artist in the last decade will be put on display in the MMOMA venue at Tverskoy Boulevard, 9. The main subject of Chkhaidze’s art is Light that connects the physical world and the metaphysical one.

October 29, 2013 — December 1, 2013

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art presents the Giotto Project, an exhibition of works by Evgeni Dybsky, one of the prominent artists of the 1980s Metarealism.

September 18 – October 20, 2013

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art has joined forces with TERRITORIЯ, an International festival and school of contemporary performing arts, to unveil «Rehearsing Freedom», an art project by Ksenia Peretrukhina. Two fields of culture — modern art and theatre — share a lead role at the exhibition.

September 2 — September 8, 2013

«Hopscotch» is an art festival extending an invitation to explore the bounds and trends of modern performance by exchanging experience in the field of performance arts and similar art forms. The festival will consist of various kinds of performances e.g. conceptual, plastic, media, theatrical, sound, poetry. There will be several other performances which are rather difficult to name properly at the moment.

June 14— August 11, 2013

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Gallery 21 present the exhibition «No Water Tomorrow» — a curatorial project by Alexey Maslyaev bringing artists together for an observation of the contemporary approach to the definition of «ritual» and its’ relevance for the everyday life today.

18.04 — 12.05.2013

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Aron Buch Museum (Moscow) present the exhibition of Aron Buch, a Moscow expressionist painter, timed to the 90th anniversary of the master

March 5 — April 7, 2013

The exhibition is a part of the parallel program of the VIII Moscow International Biennale FASHION AND STYLE IN PHOTOGRAPHY 2013

January 26 - February 24, 2013

Tatyana Faidysh was part of “the mute generation”, “the eighties generation”, which had neither solid standing of the elder artists nor adaptive capability of their younger colleagues who were still searching for a style of their own. On the other hand, artistic beliefs formed by this generation helped grow a tree that would bear some fruit in terms of Russia’s contemporary art. 

November 14 — December 9, 2012

The exhibition will present a contemporary visual and philosophical reflection on the Vanitas tradition, which originated in Dutch and Flemish art of the 17th century.

July 13 — August 12, 2012

The days when animation was restricted to cinema and TV screen are over. Having gained experience, and becoming mature and constituent animation no longer depends on a screen.

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