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Moscow On Stage
July 28, 2013 14:16


The “Moscow stories. XX century. Part II” is a part of the project dedicated to the city life covering last 100 years.

50 authoritative masters of genre, street-photo, urban, architecture and reportage photography &‐ Naum Granovsky, Nicolay Rakhmanov, Igor Zotin, Nina Sviridova, Dmitry Vozdvizhensky, Yuri Abramochkin and many others – showcase 250 artworks on the one stage. Their pictures taken at different times and from different angles reflect our city’s life.

Exhibit invites to make a fascinating trip to the past. To remember or to recognize how did Moscow look between 1960-s and 1990-s, see what images did we keep in our minds and what images were saved by photographer. Strings of New Arbat nightlights; endless line to the Lenin Mausoleum slicing Red Square apart; dense steam over “Moskva” pool and shining domes of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. How about Olympic Mishka soaring above the stadium? 

WHERE: The “Brothers Lumiere” Center of Photography, Polyanka metro st., 3, Bolshaya Naberezhnaya str. building 1.

WHEN: till September 8. 

Ticket price: regular – 300 rubles, for students – 200 rubles, for seniors – 190 on weekdays.

Operating schedule: from 12:00 to 21:00, Saturdays and Sundays – from 11:00 to 21:00, Monday – day off.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow stories Photography Russian art Brothers Lumiere Center of Photography  

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