Exhibitions Lumiere Gallery for rent
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Lumiere Gallery is happy to offer our best photo projects for rent, which already had success in Russia and abroad. We provide framed works ready to be exhibited, as well as a full package of extra texts and documents. That would be a pleasure for us to help our partners in organizing an exhibition together.
Rob Woodcox. Nature Connectedness
The Lumiere Gallery presents the solo exhibition of a fine art and fashion photographer Rob Woodcox.
Conquest. Yakov Khalip, Heir to the Avant-Garde
The Lumiere presents the first-ever full retrospective of Yakov Khalip's (1908–1980) work based on the extensive family archive. The body of work by one of the classics of soviet photography, highly acclaimed during his lifetime, remained without due research for over past 30 years. The Lumiere strives to fill in the gap and unveils the archive of the master.
Grand Style. Soviet architecture photography of Naum Granovsky, 1930s–1970s
The exhibition encompasses acknowledged 130 works of the famous Soviet photographer Naum Granovsky and pictures from his numerous trips across the country, mostly unseen by the public. Exploring the legacy of one of the leading architectural photographers of Stalin era, the exhibition traces the development of representation of Soviet cities in photography and revisits Granovsky’s Grand Style from the perspective of modern architecture and photography.
The Soviet Era by Markov-Grinberg
The selection of around 180 works entitled The Soviet Era by Markov-Grinberg (1907–2006) examines the photographer’s work over the course of four decades spanning reports on rustic and factory labor, war reportage, Moscow cityscapes, photographs of youth and sports, and portraits of celebrities such as Sergei Eisenstein and Yuri Gagarin.
Russians. 100 Years of Russian Photography In Faces
Encompassing around 200 photographs, 100 years of Russian history in Faces, traces the evolution of Russian society in the 20th century through portraits of its characteristic types, captured by some of the most celebrated Russian and Soviet photographers.
Time of Illusions. Russian photography of the mid-1950s–late 1960s
Featuring over 150 prints by 50 photographers, TIME OF ILLUSIONS presents a comprehensive retrospective look at the explosive development of Russian photography that occurred during the period from the mid-1950s, to be precise Stalin’s death in 1953, until the late 1960s, when the illusions of the possibility to build “socialism with human face” were shattered by the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.