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Photo Exhibition of Eleazar Langman to Demonstrate Life of the 1930s
12.07.2013 11:01
Photo Exhibition of Eleazar Langman to Demonstrate Life of the 1930s

On July 18 the Multimedia Art Museum will open the photo exhibition Concentration of a Still, or Known and Unknown Langman.

      Candid shots of the 1930s, simple and honest: collective farms, billiards, schools and restaurants.

      Eleazar Langman, who considered himself a disciple of Alexander Rodchenko, practiced music and architecture, drew posters and prepared printer’s dummies. He tried his wings in photography rather late, and nevertheless became quite a famous press photographer. Langman never used requisite or production elements, since he was sure that reality itself gave enough material for pictures.

      The exhibition will be open till September 8.


      
Sources: http://www.timeout.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Soviet Union Eleazar Langman  

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