Vadim Sidur Museum

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May 31 — June 30, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vadim Sidur Museum present PLEASURE MACHINE, the solo exhibition of Sara Culmann. The project has come as a fruit of the artist’s conceptualization of global processes, such as economical market and the development of technologies it encourages and the transformation of social relations, through the perspective of science fiction.

April 27 — May 26, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the Vadim Sidur Museum present «Flaming Archipelago», a project by Ilya Dolgov that explores how life emerges and exists on barren soil as well as the ability of people to transform their natural environment.

March 27 — April 21, 2019

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with the Vadim Sidur Museum presents Alexey Taruts’ exhibition titled «Off from under the Ground, a Tinkling from the Cloud». Focusing on the concepts of distance, presence and event, the artist refuses to produce works and acts as a meta-curator.

February 15, 2019 — March 17, 2019

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vadim Sidur Museum present a project of Egor Rogalev and Evgeniya Suslova Icons. Multimedia interactive installation suggests to reconsider the established forms of perception of art, museum space and the visitor of the museum.

December 20, 2018 — January 27, 2019

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vadim Sidur Museum present a personal project of Kirill Savchenkov Ch(K)ris(tin). Close Air Support which addresses the relationship between mental disorders, augmentation and digital media under the conditions of global turbulence and changing values of well-established concepts.

November 2 — December 9, 2018

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vadim Sidur Museum present a group exhibition of young artists «It drives me crazy» curated by a graduate of the Free Workshops school Maria Ada Ivanova.

September 20 — October 28,2018

Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Vadim Sidur Museum present a solo exhibition of Georgy Litichevsky «Antinomy of the artistic mind». The name of the exhibition refers directly to three major philosophical works of Immanuel Kant «Critique of pure reason», «Critique of practical reason» and «Critique of judgment».

Vadim Sidur Museum is a Moscow museum of modern sculpture and the largest collection of works by the world recognized sculptor, graphic artist and poet — a distinguished representative of the Soviet avant-garde art.

 
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