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PhotoBookFest 2017 to be Held in Moscow
11.05.2017 19:58
PhotoBookFest 2017 to be Held in Moscow

From 12 to 28 May the Lumiere Brothers Photography Centre, Moscow will be holding the first photobook festival in Russia.

      Lectures, series of exhibitions, book presentations, discussions and master classes by leading world photographers will run there for seventeen days.


      Experts from France, Germany, Great Britain, the USA, Hungary, Holland and other countries will take part in the festival events.


      For example, the New U-Turn exposition will present works by modern Russian photographers. In the last few years, the photobook format has become an experimental ground for Russian authors.


      

Exhibition “The USSR is building socialism. Soviet photobook masterpieces of the 1930s” will illustrate the most vivid and large-scale period in the history of the Soviet photobook. Visitors will see not only book masterpieces (such as, for example, the editions designed by El Lisitsky and Solomon Telingater), but also little-known books of Alexander Rodchenko and Vladimir Gruntal, as well as works from the collection of the Lumiere Brothers Photography Center. Those are bromide-silver prints by the Soviet photo essay artists Boris Ignatovich , Jacob Khalip, Arcady Shaikhet and many others.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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