Moscow, Russia -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2014 -- The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) has acquired several short films and giclee prints by the New York artist Marko Stout for their 21st Century Western artist collection. Moscow Museum of Modern Art is the first state museum in Russia that concentrates its activities exclusively on the art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Since its inauguration, the Museum has expanded its strategies and achieved a high level of public acknowledgement. Today the Museum is an energetic institution that plays an important part on the Moscow art scene.
Marko Stout is a multimedia artist based out of New York City, best known for his stimulating narratives of contemporary urban society, where subjects often appear in a moderate state of distress, overwhelmed by their modern high-tech uber-paced environment, while still maintaining a chic detached sexy demeanor of a sophisticated twenty-first century city dweller.Marko Stout's works can be viewed at numerous international exhibitions, galleries of fine art, private collections. Marko Stout’s works can be viewed in collections, galleries, exhibitions and museums of modern art located in New York City, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong,Madrid and other cities of international contemporary art.
MMOMA exhibition strategy aims at showing the artistic process of the 20th and 21st centuries at its maximum span and diversity. In all three buildings of the Museum, one can visit single-artist shows, group exhibitions and conceptual displays by well-known masters as well as by emerging artists or the ones that need to be rediscovered.One of the Museum’s priorities is to promote young and emerging artists, bringing them into contemporary artistic process. Moscow Museum of Modern Art,25 Petovka Street, Moscow Russia. P: +7 (495) 231-36-60.
About The Moscow Museum of Modern Art
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) is a museum of modern and contemporary art located in Moscow, Russia.The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is situated at 25 Petrovka Street near the Perovsky Boulevard in central Moscow.MMOMA exhibition strategy aims at showing the artistic process of the 20th and 21st centuries at its maximum span and diversity.
Contact Information:The Moscow Museum of Modern Art,25 Petrovka Street, Moscow, Russian Federation, 107207. P: +7 (495) 231-36-60.http://www.markostout.com