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Exhibition on Leningrad Rock'n'Roll Opens in Moscow
31.01.2013 15:26
Exhibition on Leningrad Rock'n'Roll Opens in Moscow

The Lumier Brothers Photography Center has opened an exhibition dedicated to Leningrad rock'n'roll. 

      It recalls events of the late 1970s – early 1990s when the so-called Leningrad rock club was shaped. The organizers tried to collect earlier unknown works by the best photographers of the cultural underground of Petersburg.  Also it presents posters, bills, covers of albums by rock bands, which appeared at that time in Leningrad – such as Kino, Alice, DDT, Auktsyon, and many others.

      "When these remarkable people began to appear in the Leningrad rock club, they changed not merely musical life of the country, they changed mentality of the whole generation. This is what our exhibition is about", - the Photography Center’s owner Edward Litvinsky pointed out.

      Vremya Kolokolchikov (Time of hand bells) isn't just an exhibition but a grand project, which will last for two more months. During this period visitors will be able to watch see some movies, as well as take part in workshops and listen to concerts.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Music Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Russian Rock  

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