At the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow, the galleries are reconfigured to accommodate every new show, and for the latest show a series of “pods” have been installed in the museum. The rooms, which are meant to resemble spaceships, featured walls that curve as they slide seamlessly into the floor.

The special format is for a show on Russian contemporary artist Pavel Pepperstein, The Human as a Frame for the Landscape. Pepperstein is known for his psychedelic two-dimensional works.

The show will be up until June 2.

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