Charles Gordon Lennox (Lord March) began to work as professional photographer in the time of probationer practice in the studio of famous deputy director Stanley Kubrik while working on his masterpiece Barry Lindon. Since the midst of the 1970's he worked in Africa in the sphere of documental photography, and also made reportage shots for different issuesж photo still lives and another advertising works for the well-known European companies.
The appearance of digital photography that gives to the artist more scope in creative searches opened for March wide possibilities in the opening of individual comprehension of surrounding world. The Interpretation of Nature series by Charles March presents how significantly changed the world of photography during two centuries since its invention. In the works by Lord March the interpretation of a single natural motif (tree) strikes by freedom, specific quickness and sketchness that is characteristic for the drawing and possibly for the China classical brush painting. In the artist's creative oeuvre the traditional practice of revelation of the condition of nature through the experiments with the expressive means of photography had found its continuation and development. In the presented works the motion of photo-camera may be regarded as the movement of brush that gives the author an opportunity to see and present the usual landscape motif in unexpected foreshortenings and displacements. The exposition includes about 50 works created in the period from 2008 to 2012.
The exhibition is held within the framework of the Cross-Year of Culture of Great Britain and Russia. The detailed Program of events devoted to this year will be published in January 2014 on Year of Culture website: www.ukrussia2014.ru
Alexey Vaulin. Living Substance
27 april—19 june 2023
Alexey Vaulin stands out as one of the most vibrant and consistent purveyors of contemporary abstract art on the Russian art scene. This exhibition spotlights around 50 of his works, spanning his career.
Parallel Universes. From Abstraction to Artefact. The Collection of Natalia Opaleva
3 march—26 june 2023
The State Russian Museum presents the exhibition project Parallel Universes. From Abstraction to Artefact showing works by 36 artists of the second half of the 20th century from the collection of Natalia Opaleva, a well-known collector, founder and general director of the AZ Museum (Anatoly Zverev). The exhibition introduces visitors of the Marble Palace to more than 200 paintings and graphic works by underground masters of the 1960s–1980s: Anatoly Zverev, Dmitri Plavinsky, Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Oleg Tselkov, Lidia Masterkova and Ernst Neizvestny.
The collection of masterpieces, chosen by the Russian Museum will allow you to make a first impression of the collection of the Russian Museum.
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