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2 Exhibits to Catch in Moscow Before They Close

Ernst Neizvestny: Return to Manege

Powerful works in a meaningful space

At the 30th Anniversary of the Moscow Union of Artists exhibition in 1962, Nikita Khrushchev railed at the young artists, including painter and sculptor Ernst Neizvestny. Manege has once again exhibited works by Neizvestny, now a celebrated international artist. One hundred works are on display until Feb. 9.

Manege Exhibition Hall
1 Manezh Square. Metro Okhotny Ryad, Alexandrovsky Sad

Structures of Existence: The Cells

Louise Bourgeois takes Moscow by storm

Garage has been hosting an extraordinary exhibit of small sculptural environments that Bourgeois called "The Cell Series." Each cell encapsulates aspects of Bourgeois' relationship to her past and present life. You can still see them and her enormous spider sculpture until Feb. 7.

9 Krymsky Val (in Gorky Park). Metro Oktyabrskaya

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