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Photo Exhibition Snow. Nix. Snow
18.02.2019 16:12
Photo Exhibition Snow. Nix. Snow

In March, the Nagornaya Gallery will host an exhibition of art photos dedicated to the snow. Participants of the creative workshop PORAH and TSHR will present their works. Today, photographers have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art technology, easily operate with any methods and techniques of work, and use computer software. This empowers them to create unique pictures in a variety of directions and genres.

The exhibition will include photos, installations and video art by 23 masters, namely A. Ivannikov, K. Khudyakov, M. Sobolev, M. Vyazhevich, Y. Nabatov, I. Chep, and others. In addition, a round table with art historians, artists, and photographers is scheduled for the event. Project participants will hold master classes for visitors.

Where: Nagornaya Gallery at the address 10, Remizov Street, next to Nagornaya metro station, Moscow. 

When: from March 1, 2019, to March 24, 2019.

Open hours: from 11 am to 8 pm; Monday is a day off.

Winter Traditions of the Russian People


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Photo Exhibitions Photography Russian Winter  

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