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Alexey Bogolepovs Photo Exhibition to Run in Moscow
13.08.2014 17:13
Alexey Bogolepovs Photo Exhibition to Run in Moscow

Architecture Museum will launch the ARCHIphoto project in the autumn of 2014.

      The program will be dedicated to architectural photo: its principles, plots and problems. The project aims at demonstrating modern photographic forms, and finds from archives of the Architecture Museum keeping unique photographic materials, such as sheet glasses, film negatives, and prints.

      The first project in the series will be Alexey Bogolepov's exhibition the UNIT researching standard phenomena of the Soviet architecture: closed enterprises, industrial zones and the experimental housing estates.

      The exhibition runs from August 13 to September 2.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Photo Exhibitions Exhibitions in Moscow Architecture Museum Soviet Architecture  

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