"Wide open spaces" Automatic translate
с 3 Октября
по 29 Ноября
Галерея Классической Фотографии
Саввинская набережная, дом 23 стр. 1
The exhibition Wide Open Spaces will feature works by the best landscape photographers from their own collection. The exhibition consists of the works of the followers of the legendary American landscape painter Ansel Adams: Clyde Butcher, Bob Colbrener, Alan Ross, John Sexton, John Wimberley. Just like Adams himself, his students turn to the theme of landscape and related aspects. The main theme of their work is the space of the natural environment. All the works, in addition to the storyline, are united by the meticulousness of their execution - this is an impeccable composition plus manual optical printing from negatives of large (up to 8x10) format. The images are incredibly realistic, sometimes you get the impression that you are looking through an open window: the richness of halftones and details are amazing - the pictures are simply filled with air. It is also worth noting that all 20 works collected in the exhibition areprinted in an analog way by the masters themselves and allow you to study in detail the features of manual printing of each of them.
The exhibition "Widely Open Spaces" not only speaks about the continuity of creative generations and personal approbation of classical samples, but also invites you to think about the interpenetration of classics and modernity.