Melvin Sokolsky’s High Flight
Lumiere Gallery opens the first exhibition of fashion photographer Melvin Sokolsky in Russia
Alexander Rodchenko. From the Still Art Foundation Collection
The Lumiere presents an exhibition of photographs by the outstanding Russian avant-garde artist Alexander Rodchenko from the collection of the Still Art Foundation, established by Elena and Mikhail Karisalov. The exhibition includes Rodchenko's works of different years, from the first photographic experiments of the 1920s to the end of the 1930s.
Laurent Chéhère. The Sky Over Paris
The Lumiere Gallery opens an exhibition by the French photographer Laurent Chéhère. The exhibition features large format works from his famous series Flying Houses, including his first published work and a new photograph of 2021, which he created specifically for the opening of the exhibition in Moscow.
Moscow of Naum Granovsky 1920-1980
The new exhibition of Naum Granovsky’s work is a large retrospective project that combines famous photographs of old Moscow from the 20s and the Stalin era, as well as lesser-known works created by Granovsky during the period of Soviet modernism.
Rob Woodcox. Nature Connectedness
The Lumiere Gallery presents the solo exhibition of a fine art and fashion photographer Rob Woodcox.
Guy Bourdin. Follow Me
The Lumiere Gallery presents a retrospective exhibition of Guy Bourdin, one of the most influential photographers of the second half of the 20th century, the French artist, innovator and revolutionary of fashion photography. The exhibition features more than 50 of the photographer's most recognizable works from the 1950s to the mid-1980s.
Alexander Rodchenko. From the Still Art Foundation Collection
Rodchenko's (1891–1956) experimental approach to photography forever changed the history of this art form and influenced not only his contemporaries, but also determined the development of photography for decades to come.
Miles Aldridge. The Taste of Color
"The King of Color" Miles Aldridge is a favorite photographer and cover artist for magazines such as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, Vanity Fair, Numéro, The New York Times and The New Yorker.
Harry Benson. The Beatles and Beyond
The Lumiere presents the first exhibition in Russia by the photojournalist Harry Benson, who created the iconic photographs of The Beatles and the portraits of all the American presidents from Dwight Eisenhower to Donald Trump.
Vladimir Lagrange. Lagrange’s Streets
Lagrange’s works became a recognized classic of Soviet art, while remaining in consonance with what was happening with photography in the world—the rise of the humanistic movement, the work of the young photographic agency Magnum.
The Power and Truth of Alexander Ustinov
Lumiere Gallery opens an anniversary exhibition of photographs by Alexander Ustinov, a legend of the most important newspaper of his era—Pravda—where he worked for more than 50 years, to mark his 110th birthday. Ustinov became the face of photojournalism of Soviet period.
From the Private Library
The Lumiere Gallery presents an exhibition of the famous Russian photographer Vadim Gushchin. Working with subject abstraction, the author creates a "poetic catalog" of the world of things around us.
The Magic of Metzner
During her 50-year career, Sheila has built up an impressive portfolio: from celebrity portraits, including Uma Thurman, David Lynch, Milla Jovovich, Tilda Swinton, and Kim Basinger, and photographs for fashion magazines such as Vogue, Tatler, and Vanity Fair, to still life and landscapes.
The New Past by Tamara Stoffers
The young Dutch artist Tamara Stoffers boldly experiments with collage technique by combining old book illustrations, postcards and newspaper clippings of the Soviet era.
Jean-Daniel Lorieux’s French Holiday
Jean-Daniel Lorieux — one of the most famous French photographers, a legend of fashion photography, and a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour and the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Lorieux ranks alongside such huge names in photography as Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin. The exhibition features photographs taken in the 1970s, 80s, and 90s.
Steve Schapiro. David Bowie. The Man Who Fell to Earth
The Lumiere presents the exhibition, which unites two prominent names of the 20th century – the worldwide famous photographer Steve Schapiro and the musician and rock icon David Bowie. This exhibition shows never-before-published photos from the 1970s, including the performance with Cher on the Cher Show, and shots from the film set of the popular movie The Man Who Fell to Earth. After that role, Bowie entrenched the character of an odd creature, a stranger and a temporary visitor to our planet.
Ezra Stoller. Pioneers of American Modernism
The Guggenheim Museum, the former Whitney Museum of American Art building, Manhattan skyscrapers, the TWA Terminal at Kennedy International Airport, the famous Falling water house, the iconic building of the 20th century — the Ronchamp Chapel and many other architectural landmarks of the modernist era captured by one of the most influential architectural photographers are presented at the Lumiere Gallery.
Tim Flach. Unnatural Selection
Выставка Тима Флэка, британского фотографа-анималиста, известного на весь мир своими необычными кадрами диких и домашних животных.
Sasha Gusov. The Bolshoi Ballet
The Lumiere presents an exhibition from photographer Sasha Gusov, which displays a cycle of photographs of the Bolshoi Ballet Company. The exposition includes about 50 unique shots made during the period between 1992 to 2016, from behind the scenes of the "big ballet", the brand that emerged during the first and incredibly successful tour of the Bolshoi Theater troupe in 1956.
Vladimir Stepanov. The Soul of Moscow Streets
The exhibition in the Lumiere gathers together more than 60 original photos by Stepanov dated 1956 – 1962.
NOOR. Come and See
The Lumiere presents a new project «NOOR. Come and see», the first exhibition in Russia by NOOR photo agency, which has been sending the shockwaves across the photo journalism community for the last 10 years.
Niels Ackermann and Sebastien Gobert. Looking for Lenin
The Lumiere presents «Looking for Lenin» – a project by a Swiss photographer Niels Ackermann and a French journalist Sebastien Gobert.
Douglas Kirkland. Marilyn Monroe
In 1961, Douglas Kirkland was tasked with filming the cover of Look magazine with Marilyn Monroe in honor of the publication's 25th anniversary. He was only 26 and had the chance to spend an intimate spontaneous evening with the most beautiful woman of the time.
Julian Faulhaber. Ideal Spaces
The Lumiere presents the first exhibition of the German photographer Julian Faulhaber in Russia. The exposition consists of works from the project LDPE (low density polyethylene), over which Faulhaber worked for several years starting in 2003. The name itself already manifests the artificiality of the captured spaces. The synthetic material used for the production of plastic bags becomes a reference to our time, when packaging often acquires more importance than the product itself. " It's the lifestyle, which is determining our way of living " the author notes.