"Photobiennale 2014" - "Look into it" Automatic translate
The exhibition is held as part of the X International Month of Photography in Moscow "Photobiennale 2014"
- Association "Exhibition Halls of Moscow"
- Fund “Photo Department”
- Greenberg Gallery
- Gallery "Zamoskvorechye"
DATES: March 19 - April 21, 2014
SQUARE: GVZ Zamoskvorechye / Serpukhov Val, 24, building 2
PARTICIPANTS OF THE EXHIBITION:
- Natalia Baluta / Moscow
- Anastasia Bogomolova / Chelyabinsk
- Julia Borisova / Petersburg
- Alexander Verevkin / Petersburg
- Nick Degtyarev / Moscow
- Alla Mirovskaya / Moscow
- Kirill Savchenkov / Moscow
- Maria Sakirko / Moscow
- Elena Churikova / Moscow
- Fedor Shklyaruk / Moscow
EXHIBITION CURATOR: Nadezhda Sheremetova / “Photo Department”
According to the curator, “… the last few years, modern photography has been actively exploring the medium itself, returning fresh sound to issues of reference to the sources, the nature of the image and finding more and more new areas for expanding ideas about photography. The principles and strategies for the formation of a new image, and the change of optics by the viewer at the time of perception of the photograph, become the starting points for the study of the “Look into it” exhibition.
What to do when the subject does not exist in reality, but the image translates its presence? A photograph becomes capable of capturing an object, phenomenon, thought, which do not have a material form. For example, how can you capture the ether? Observe the motion of stillness? How to materialize the work of memory, memories or the process of oblivion? How to visualize or even enter the field of imagination? Or, how does a future appear in a photo image, a time that seems absolutely impossible for a photo to appear? To enter it means to enter photography, into increasingly complex theoretical questions that are posed and solved today by practitioners, photographers. ”
The exhibition is attended by photographers who have completed an educational program at the Institute “PhotoDepartament” and participated in the project “Young Photography”, which has been organized by the institute itself for more than six years. Each of them carries out independent creative work, issuing books, publishing in art publications, presenting projects at various exhibition venues. In this exhibition, they are united by an analysis of the contemporary meaning of the very concept of “photographic image”. Participants of the Young Photography project of different years can be viewed on the website www.youngphotography.ru They are regular exhibitors in St. Petersburg and in various cities of Russia.
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