Discover more on a Museum tour

Discover more on a Museum tour

Contacts

Anton Dvortsevoy

To book a tour, please contact us at

Tel.: +7 495 645 05 20 ext. 2021
+7 926 333 14 82 оr
tours@garagemca.org

Are you a GARAGE cardholder? You are entitled to a 15% discount on all tours.

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How was this made? What did the artist want to say? Why is this art? A fascinating tour of Garage will provide answers to questions like these, and many more.

Armed with expert knowledge of the Museum’s exhibitions, our experienced Garage Guides will introduce you to some of the most important and influential Russian and international artists and their works. You just need to choose the tour that’s best for you.

Walks with Garage

The Museum’s guides have designed four new routes covering several periods in architecture that are inextricably linked with the history of Russia and Moscow: from the Narkomfin Building, which anticipated the canons of modernist architecture, to standardized projects of the stagnation era; from microdistricts built by specialized institutes and research centers to Olympic venues visited by Margaret Thatcher.

  • Group size: up to 15 people.
  • 90 to 150 minutes.

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Tours for visitors with disabilities

Garage offers regular free tours for blind and partially sighted visitors, for people with developmental disabilities, and for deaf and hard of hearing visitors. Tours are developed for every exhibition at Garage.

  • Free for visitors with disabilities and an accompany person on presentation of a relevant document.
  • Please book in advance by writing to openmuseum@garage.mca.org
Guides
Zhanna Sevostyanova
Zhanna Sevostyanova
Zhanna has been with Garage for over 10 years. With experience of working with various groups of visitors, she knows how find an individual approach to people wishing to know more about contemporary art. Zhanna is studying museology at the Russian State University for the Humanities and is interested in contemporary architecture, travel, and music.
Evgenia Umid
Evgenia Umid
Evgenia became a Garage guide in 2021. She is studying historical philology and comparative linguistics at the Russian State University for the Humanities. She values self-education and self-development and believes that through dialogue with visitors museums can make art an integral part of life, something for which she aims to create the right conditions.
Maria Yashkina
Maria Yashkina
Maria joined the guides team in summer 2021. She has a master’s degree in art history and the art market from the Higher School of Economics. Her professional interests are centered around the art of Japan, with a focus on twentieth-century works on paper, and the Japanese language.
Aleksandra Suchkova
Aleksandra Suchkova
Aleksandra joined Garage as a volunteer in 2019, when she was an art history student at Moscow State University. She has been a guide since summer 2021. Aleksandra values an ethical relationship with nature. Her professional interests are focsued on performance. On her tours, she offers visitors tips about how to understand contemporary art, so that next time they visit they are more confident.
Anton Dvortsevoy
Anton Dvortsevoy
Anton is the coordinator of Garage tours and has been a Garage guide since 2017. He graduated in oriental studies from the Higher School of Economics, where he specialised in the culture and history of China. His professional interests include the history and culture of China, contemporary and traditional art of East Asia, and the history of religion.

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