"Small secrets: Digging in the Soviet Underground.1966–1985" uses the children's game "sekretiki" (Eng: secrets) to present underground art as secret knowledge accessible only to a circle of close friends and peers and as something to be protected from the outside world, politics and censorship. In Soviet times, not only works of art, but also spiritual practices, from yoga and esotericism to alternative medicine, could become "secrets". At the same time, the exhibition, which is based on The Garage Museum Archive, explores the human natural attraction to secrets and a ritual of "secrecy". The virtual tour is led by Jenya Koynova and Kseniya Artyomova, the mediators of the exhibition.
Founded in 2008 by Dasha Zhukova and Roman Abramovich, The Garage Museum was the first philanthropic institution in Russia to create a comprehensive public mandate for contemporary art. Providing opportunities for dialogue, as well as the production of new works and ideas, the museum's extensive program of exhibitions, events, educational projects, research, and publishing reflects the current developments in Russian and world arts.
The multiple works performed by Zurab Tsereteli in various techniques
History of the Moscow region from the Stone Age to Peter the Great
A general biology exposition located in a former estate
Alexander Ostrovsky referred to himself as a native of Moscow
Stories of love in inhuman conditions
A gallery of the world famous artist Ilya Glazunov