The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with BREUS Foundation presents an exhibition of the founders of Sots Art Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid. This is the artists’ first retrospective in Russia. The exhibition includes works created by the artists as a tandem, which they now call «a character named ‘Komar & Melamid’». Among them are more than 20 iconic pieces from the collection of BREUS Foundation. The works Komar and Melamid produced before 1972, the year when the collective was formed, and after 2003, when it ceased to exist, are not included in the show.
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art together with Tabakman Collection presents «JUMBO LOVE©Henry Khudyakov» — the first solo exhibition of Henry Khudyakov to be held in Russia. The retrospective includes Khudyakov’s artworks and memorabilia from his career such as artist’s books, documentation of performances, video interviews, archive materials and photographs. The show can be regarded as a journey interspersed with the artistic events and artworks that played a crucial role in Khudyakov’s life.
The Collective Symptom project is a new exhibition, being the part of Collection. A Vantage Point Program, which seeks to explore and present art from the Moscow Museum of Modern Art collection. Each previous display in the series revealed a unique method of showing the museum’s collection: from conceptual approach to formal strategy of display. This project, being the fourth installment of the program, deals with a range of motifs belonging to the field of social sensitivity.
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art with the support of the Italian Embassy in Moscow and the Italian Cultural Institute presents a retrospective exhibition by Mikhail Kulakov (1933–2015) titled «The Style of the Thaw Period». The exhibition includes works from Mikhail Kulakov’s workshop in Italy, the State Russian Museum, the Tretyakov Gallery, as well as from private collections in St. Petersburg and Moscow. As a result of the cultural cooperation between Russia and Italy, the exhibition is a continuation of MMOMA’s program dedicated to introducing Moscow audiences to prominent Russian artists. The general partner of the project is the Generali Group, the largest insurance company in Italy.