Московский музей современного искусства (MMOMA), Moscow
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ММОМА - первый в России государственный музей современного искусства. Мы открыты с 15 декабря 1999 года

Наши площадки: Петровка 25, Гоголевский бульвар 10, Ермолаевский переулок 17, Тверской бульвар 9

Петровка, 25

Здесь располагаются наши сменные тематические экспозиции из постоянной коллекции.

На первом этаже проводятся занятия Лектория http://mmoma.ru/ournews/01/lektorij/

Здесь же расположена школа современного искусства "Свободные мастерские" http://mmoma.ru/school/

В вестибюле музея находится книжный магазин ART MMOMA BOOKSHOP, где вы можете приобрести печатную продукцию, включая каталоги ко всем нашим выставкам .

В подвале музея расположено кафе "Март" (грузинская и итальянская кухня).

Напоминаем, что на Петровке 25 располагается платная парковка, к сожалению, мы не можем ничего с этим поделать.

Гоголевский бульвар, 10

Здесь проводятся крупные проекты международного значения.

Также появился новый корпус, где уже были представлены выставки совместно с благотворительным фондом "Подари жизнь" и Самарским областным художественным музеем.

Ермолаевский переулок, 17

Пять этажей современного искусства в переулке у Патриарших прудов

Здесь проходят ретроспективные выставки крупных российских художников, а так же коллективные выставки (Медиафорум, История Российского Видеоарта)

Тверской бульвар, 9

Уютное двухэтажное помещение на бульваре с книжным магазином, где вы можете приобрести каталоги Музея и другую печатную продукцию
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  • Finally, I saw something ... What I liked in this Museum for an exhibition by Stefan Balkenhola! Impressive ... An unusual technique of expression! This original ... Feeling that live ... though breathe! Each piece with the mood!
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  • Moscow Museum of modern art (MMOMA) consists of several buildings scattered throughout Moscow. On Gogol Boulevard, 10 permanent exhibition there, there are exhibitions of contemporary art. A very interesting museum space itself. Consists of several buildings, United by a common courtyard, in which there are sculptures by Zurab Tsereteli and very beautiful stylized Chapel. In one of the buildings is open passage into the attic, which in itself is interesting. The ticket costs 350 rub, but every third Sunday of the month, admission is free.
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  • Want to see something very unusual and strange? You here! The Museum always has excellent exhibitions, there is always something to see. But the exposition on the fan, that is, not all will like, but how many times have we been-there is always something very funny, as then you remember! I recommend to go.
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  • Small but good museum with selected pieces of modern art from Russian artist and not only, it worth to visit it. There's a small book shop inside where to buy also books of art.
  • Lovely place with a good selection of exhibitions. It's situated in a very comfortable place, just near metro. And the staff matches the exceptions- old aka Soviet ladies among modern art.
  • I like it
  • Not very many people, and there are interesting exhibitions, efficiently made and you can all consider without delay. Very conveniently located, then you can eat in an adjacent House and go for a walk along the boulevards or the next Museum
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  • I love this Museum, because it is always open for themselves new names, styles. The last time I was at their exhibition of Andrei Bartenev. It was great! Now there is an exhibition by Stefan Balkenhola "sculptures and reliefs". Was going to go.
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