Garage Museum of Contemporary Art continues its program of special events for GARAGE cardholders. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Museum, GARAGE cardholders are invited to a preview of summer exhibition, followed by an evening at Garage Rooftop.
GARAGE cardholders enjoy free priority admission to all exhibitions, discounts at Garage café and bookshop, as well as special prices on Mosaic Music and Garage Screen events. They also get free audio guides and 15% off all tours.
Starting this year, GARAGE cardholders also have an opportunity to preview new exhibitions before they open to the public. This spring, they were the first to see the The Other Trans-Atlantic, Mikhail Lifshitz and the Soviet Sixties, and Dolphin in the Fountain. In summer, Garage offers the opportunity to see new projects without having to queue or stand in a crowd.
On June 7, the Museum will present the exhibitions Infinite Ear; Dear Visitors…; "Did you have a good time?" Vremena Goda Café Since 1968; Juergen Teller’s Zittern auf dem Sofa, and the experimental project IAM. Did you have a good time? tells the story of the Vremena Goda Café, which occupied the building that has become home to Garage. Infinite Ear offers an artistic inquiry into various aspects of sound and hearing. One of the boldest experimenters in contemporary photography Juergen Teller presents his vision of the world of football. Finally, Dear Visitors… is devoted to the key participant of all Garage’s projects—the Museum visitor.
In the evening, guests can discuss the new projects over a cocktail at Garage Rooftop and enjoy a great view of Moscow and the reconstruction of Viacheslav Koleichuk’s 1967 kinetic sculpture Atom in Garage Square to a DJ set by Andrey Pirumov on the terrace.