Lumiere Gallery traveling exhibitions
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jean-Marie Périer. Couturier of French Photography
Author of the outstanding portraits of the celebrities from the world of music, cinema and fashion Périer worked for the best-known magazines and brands and created a striking portrait series of the XX century luminaries.
Pure Arctic by Sebastian Copeland
As part of the 2017 Year of Ecology in Russia, The Lumiere Gallery presents the first Russian exhibition of the famous photographer, polar explorer and environmental activist Sebastian Copeland. The exhibition, one of Copeland's most comprehensive retrospectives, features around fifty large-format photographs taken over the last ten years during expeditions to the Polar Regions of Norway, Canada, the USA, Greenland, across the Arctic Ocean and the Antarctic Peninsula.
Howard Schatz: 25 years
Howard Schatz is an award-winning photographer who has received international acclaim for his portrait photography and work in various genres including studies of dancers, athletes, and human body.
Robert Whitman. Mikhail Baryshnikov. Body Metaphysics
The exhibition features Robert Whitman and Mikhail Baryshnikov's five artistic encounters from 1995 to 2015 that turned into five photographic series. Whatever the occasion, Whitman captures Baryshnikov's magnificent grace, charisma and style, admired by poet Joseph Brodsky among others. In Solomon Volkov's Conversations with Joseph Brodsky the poet points out: "I must say, when I see Baryshnikov on stage, it's a stunning sensation. I even think that it's not really even ballet, what he is doing… In my opinion, it's pure body metaphysics. Something that has burst from the framework of ballet". Both Brodsky and Baryshnikov left Russia for the USA in the 1970s and became lifelong friends.
Conquest. Yakov Khalip, Heir to the Avant-Garde
The Lumiere Gallery 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 in the shadows for the past 30 years due to the lack of an attentive research. The Lumiere Gallery strives to fill in the gap and unveils the archive of the master.
Sandro Miller. Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters
This project for Sandro Miller is an attempt to go back and to get into the heads of photographers, to explore their technical and emotional ways of working, to understand how the photograph happened. For John Malkovich it is another opportunity to show the stagecraft and capacity for any transformation of his face and body; an opportunity to "get inside the frame" and to tell viewer the story in one single image. This project involves the viewer into a situation between the real and the imaginary, exploring the power of an image and the photography's ability to change our memory and perception.
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.
Wynn Bullock. Immersion
Wynn Bullock's very first retrospective exhibition in Moscow will feature 60 black-and-white works tracing Bullock's evolution from his early experimental work of the 1940s, through the mysterious black-and-white imagery of the 1950s, to his late metaphysical photographs of the 1970s. The exhibition also showcases a video installation of Bullock's color light abstractions of the 1960s.
Gijsbert Hanekroot. From ABBA to ZAPPA. Seventies Rock Photography
The seventies. Hectic, exciting, creative. It was a golden age of rock music and time when Dutch photographer Gijsbert Hanekroot devoted himself to the music and photography.
Sasha Gusov. Human Comedy of Manners
Looking at Gusov's black-and-white photographs, you make sure that the humanity deserves every inch of the crisis it faces again. The photographer has been working for the last 25 years to show us the evidence of this fact in its entirety.
Erwin Volkov. Erwin’s Road
The Lumiere discovers a new name in photography and presents the solo-exhibition of the intriguing Russian-German photographer Erwin Volkov Erwin's Road. The exhibition features over sixty black-and-white photographs of the 1950s – 1960s from the newly-discovered archive.
Tim Mantoani. Photographic Legends
The Lumiere is pleased to announce "Photographic Legends" by Tim Mantoani. The project, the importance of which can hardly be overestimated, gathered together the biggest names in the world of photography. Most successful photographers are better known for the images they create than for what they look like. Even their names tend not to show up very big. "The credit a photographer gets is usually six-point font in the gutter of a magazine," says photographer Tim Mantoani.
James Hill. Victory Day
The Lumiere presents Victory Day - an exhibition by British photographer James Hill, one of the world's leading photojournalists and a Pulitzer Prize winner.
Martin H.M. Schreiber. Cowboys & Nudes
This exhibition devoted to two the passionate themes of Schreiber's photography – nudes and cowboys as a comparison of unrestrained masculinity in the prairies and gentle female essence in the urban environment.
Bells Time. Heroes of Russian Rock
The Lumiere Center of Photography presents a project about the main musicians of the Leningrad rock scene of the late 70s-early 90s, their so-called places of power and cult events of that time.