Two months have passed since the long-awaited opening of Garage Museum of Contemporary Art's first permanent home in Moscow's Gorky Park.
The former Vremena Goda (Seasons of the Year) restaurant, built in 1968 and reconstructed by OMA, opened in June with a range of exhibitions, performances, screenings, and events. These included interactive exhibitions by Yayoi Kusama and Rirkrit Tiravanija, and a site-specific installation by Katharina Grosse for Garage Pavilion, as well as the special projects George Kiesewalter: Insider, The Family Tree of Russian Contemporary Art, The Sixties: Points of Intersection, and Field Research: A Progress Report. Two monumental works created by Eric Bulatov as the inaugural Garage Atrium Commission welcomed visitors inside. Opening hours were extended until 10 pm each day, allowing over 200,000 people to see the new building and opening season of projects. Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is a place for people, art, and ideas to create history.
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