Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is celebrating the completion of its Rem Koolhaas-designed building in Gorky Park with a range of exhibitions, performances, screenings, and events. These introduce visitors to the broad range of Garage Programs and showcase the innovative new Museum spaces. The 5,400 square-meter building features a state of the art façade consisting of a translucent double-layer of polycarbonate that is elevated two meters from the ground to visually reconnect the Museum’s interior to the park. The structure will be immediately recognizable worldwide by its unique silhouette, produced by two 11-meter wide vertically sliding panels that rise seven meters above a rooftop terrace. The new building provides Garage with inventive opportunities for programming through five exhibition galleries, Auditorium, Resource Room, and education spaces,

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