From October 28, in line with the Moscow city government decree, a QR code and ID are required in order to visit Garage.

You can find visit rules via this link.


This summer, pupils from Moscow schools took part in internships held at Garage. Having contributed to the preparation of the public program accompanying the exhibition Thomas Demand. Mirror Without Memory and watched the installation process of the show, they want to share what they have learned. An exhibition can become a free space for dialogue if there is an interlocutor with an experience similar to yours nearby.

The conversation takes place in the exhibition space and lasts 30 minutes. Participation requires advance registration and a ticket to the show. You can register for one or several sessions.

 November 14, Sunday


Let’s Talk About Trauma

Vanya Zotov will speak about the collective traumas as reflected in the work of Thomas Demand, the ways in which 9/11, the Boston Marathon bombings, and the Fukushima nuclear disaster have affected society, and why artists devote their works to them.



Let’s Talk About Politics

Tasya Dobrokhotova and Alisa Golovanova will focus on Thomas Demand’s works devoted to Edward Snowden and other important political stories he explores.



Let’s Talk About the Everyday

Nastya Marnova and Hanna Torgashova will discuss Thomas Demand’s vision of the everyday, its importance in his work, and whether his works reflect or distort it.




Free admission with advance registration. Visitors are welcome to join one or several events. Meet by the information stand 10 minutes before the talk.

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