"Marble-2"

exhibition

04.10 - 17.10.2017

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Program: [Contemporary art and contemporary society]

 

Photo: Yuri Molodkovets. MARBLE-2.

 

The State Museum Association “Artistic Culture of the Russian North”
The North-Western Branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts - ROSIZO
Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation

 

September 4 – October 17, 2017

"Marble-2"

Exhibition of Contemporary Photography

Museum of Fine Arts, Arkhangelsk

The exhibition presents a series of photos taken at the Museum and Park of the Gatchina Palace (St. Petersburg) by photographer Yuri Molodkovets. In a series called "Marble - 2" Molodkovets uses new techniques presenting the statues as portraits. Specially installed light, zooming and unusual focus with extraordinary ornamental details reveal in ancient appearances an intriguing modern psychology.

Yuri Molodkovets is an art photographer of the State Hermitage, author of photographs for more than 200 catalogues and albums dedicated to the Hermitage and other art collections, as well as for the books on the history and architecture of St. Petersburg. He is the author of more than 30 personal large-scale photo projects, held in the exhibition spaces of Russia and Europe. The works by Yuri Molodkovets are in the collections of 14 Russian museums, as well as in private collections in Russia, France, and Great Britain. He is the member of the editorial boards of the magazines "Hermitage" and "Projector", chief photographer of the magazine "Addresses of Petersburg". Collector of paintings, graphics and photographs of the Leningrad avant-garde and contemporary art of St. Petersburg.

Address: 2 Lenina Ploschad, Arkhangelsk, Russia
Opening hours: 10:00–18:00, Tuesday closed
Tel.: +7 (8182) 20 94 82

   

   

   

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