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March 10–August 6, 2017
Irina Korina will produce a three-story architectural intervention for Garage Atrium space that will physically and ideologically transport audiences into new surrounds.
March 10–May 14, 2017
For the inaugural Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art, over 60 artists living in more than 40 cities — from the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean — reveal the scope of art practice in the country today.
February 1–April 23, 2017
The first initiative at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art to invite artists to conduct research in Garage Archive Collection and make a new work—or a new interpretation of the archive materials—in response to their discoveries.
September 30–December 9, 2016
Neue Slowenische Kunst—An Event of the Final Decade of Yugoslavia.
September 30, 2016–February 5, 2017
Featuring works by Francisco Goya (1746-1828), Sergei Eisenstein (1898-1948) and Robert Longo (1953-) Proof offers insight into the singularity of vision through which artists can reflect social, cultural, and political complexities of their times.
September 30, 2016–January 31, 2017
Yin Xiuzhen is the third artist invited to create a monumental, site-specific work for the Garage Atrium Commissions series.
September 18, 2016–March 5, 2017
In September 2016, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art unveils a new project for Garage Square Commissions, No, She Couldn’t Have Known How It Would All… by Boris Matrosov.
June 10–August 21, 2016
To celebrate the first anniversary of Garage’s move into its permanent home, Urs Fischer has developed Small Axe, an exhibition that responds to the building and its surroundings with spirited lightness and humor. Creating a series of installations that play with scale and sensory perception, the Swiss-born artist invites audiences to experience the Museum from a new perspective.
April 7–June 26, 2016
Brazilian artist Mauro Restiffe will present two series of black-and-white photographs taken in Russia first in the 1990s (during his extended stay in the country) and then 20 years later in 2015. The arresting visual essay portrays the cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, revealing the idiosyncratic and timeless qualities of two very different periods in post-Soviet Russia.
March 17–May 22, 2016
Garage Museum of Contemporary Art presents Action Research: The Stagecraft of Power, featuring two new series by Taryn Simon. Continuing a collaboration that began three years ago between the acclaimed American artist and the Museum in Moscow, for the first time in her career Simon will also be working “live” to develop a new piece over the duration of the exhibition, providing audiences with unprecedented access to her singular research processes.
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