Multimedia Art Museum opens new season with five interesting exhibitions.
ARKADIY SHAIKHET.PHOTOGRAPHS 1932-1941
«Photographs 1932-1941» is the third part of the project, dedicated to one of the classics of Soviet photography, one of the founders of the Soviet photo essay – Arcadiy Shaikhet. This exhibition will become a revelation, even for photographer’s admirers. It includes as Shaikhet’s hallmarks, such as the famous «Express», «Tractor and Plane», «Red Army Bathing Area», and works that are still unknown to the public, most them are printed from the author’s negatives for the first time. This exhibition will last until November 23.
GERMAN TITOV. FOREST
The project is about a state of instability, anxiety and fluctuation of reality. Titov invites the viewer to become an accomplice in the process of opening a different reality, to recognize signs of hidden in ordinary things, non-obvious life, activating true emotions and memories. The exhibition will feature photos and videos. It will last until October 19.
«TOIL IS A GOOD THING»
The project «Toil is a good thing» (Jack London, «Martin Eden») presents a visual study of material and immaterial labor, all variety of activities, a person devotes most of his life. The exhibition is constructed in the form of dialogue between works by classics of Russian photography from the collection of the « Moscow House of Photography» Museum and works of contemporary authors. You will be able to see the exhibition until October 5.
«WHEN FROM DESTRUCTION THE CURRENTS OF NEW FORCES ARE CREATED…»
On the 60th anniversary of the nuclear power, MAMM presents the exhibition «When from destruction the currents of new forces are created…». The world’s first nuclear power plant connected to external networks was launched on June 27, 1954 in USSR. This event marked the beginning of a new era in the global energy. The basis of this exhibition consist of works by two photographers – Eugene Fadin and Eugene Mironov. The exhibition will last until October 5.
«HONEY, I REARRANGED THE COLLECTION!»
Works from the Philippe Cohen’s collection
Collector by vocation and a dentist by profession, Cohen created a carefully chosen, smart, well-balanced, ‘exemplary’ collection of contemporary art. Cohen originally was not going to show it in public, but his friend, art critic Ami Barak convinced him. He became the curator of the exhibition.
The exposition includes painting, sculpture, installation, photography and video by Andy Warhol, Paul McCartney, Marcel Broodthaers, Philip Guy, Elmgreen and Dragset, Cindy Sherman, Annette Messager, Tanya Moreau, Louise Lawler, Claire Fontaine group, and others.
The museum is open every day except Monday, from 12:00 to 21:00. It is located in Ostozhenka Street, 16. Preferential tickets cost from 50 to 150 rubles (€1-€3), adult ticket costs 400 rubles (€8).