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4. The Garage, Moscow

Moscow’s art scene is growing fast, with independent galleries and exhibition spaces popping up around the city all the time, but the Garage Centre for Contemporary Culture is one of the hottest. 

It has showcased international artists such as Jeff Koons (Hanging Heart), as well as modern Russian art.

The Garage has been such a success since its 2008 launch that is was recently moved to a bigger location in Gorky Park. Admission is about £20.

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5. Mori, Tokyo

Whatever your opinion of modern art, no one can argue with the Mori Art Museum’s sensational venue, at the top of a 54-storey skyscraper in Tokyo’s Roppongi district. 

Expect everything from wacky polka-dot installations (Yayoi Kusama), to retro Sixties paintings and surreal photography.

When you’ve finished admiring the displays, head to the observation deck where you’ll find a 360-degree panorama of the city. Admission is £10.60.  

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