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The 5th Photobiennale of Contemporary Photography

Mikhail Shestakov. From the
31 january—25 march 2019
The 5th Photobiennale of contemporary photography is a new chapter in a large exhibition project of the Russian Museum dedicated to photography. A start was made in 2009 by an exhibition in the halls of the Marble Palace and the publication of a catalog. Having sparked interest both with viewers and participants, the project was continued. So, on a biennial basis, the Russian Museum organizes a display of the current state of the development of photography in Russia.

The Russian Museum engages a wide range of participants: not only professionals but also novice photographers and amateurs can show their work. The Photobiennale format remains unchanged from year to year, leaving the authors free choice and allowing them to reflect all the diversity of techniques, genres, and stylistic trends in contemporary photography.

295 artists from 71 towns and cities of the Russian Federation participate in the 5th Biennale. The exhibition is conventionally divided into eight thematic blocks: “City,” “Still Life,” “Nude,” “Landscape,” “Everyday Life,” and “Portrait.” The thematic and genre variety of works participating in the project allows revealing the multifaceted nature of the art of photography, to demonstrate its expressiveness and imaginality of artistic methods.

Yulia Sinitsyna. Flamenco. 2012. Digital print. 20 x 30. Alexey Skripin. My Grandfather. 2017. Digital print. 40 x 60. Evgeny Mokhorev. Yuri. Leitenanta Shmidta Embankment, Saint Petersburg. 2016. Silver bromide print. 40 x 40 Elena Mikhnovskaya. From the series "Postcards from Italy". 2018. Oil print. 7 x 13. Elena Antoshina. From the series "History". 2017. Digital print. Pavel Apletin. Pears. 2017. Silver bromide print. 28 x 38. Maria Pavlovskaya. Masha Ivanova. Digital print. 50 x 50. Vladimir Antoshchenkov. Exquisite Design. 2000. Digital print. 50 x 50. Ruslan Nurgaliev. From the series "Great Finds". 2015. Digital print. 30 x 30 Alexander Zubkov. Trolleybus. 2006. Digital print. 30 x 50

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Andrei Dubov

Andrei Dubov

23 january—11 march 2019

The work of Andrei Dubov, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, is associated with the consistent development of key categories of painting: color, composition, and space. Focusing on the images of private life, Dubov renders them in a way which is concise and modest but always refined in its simplicity.

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Russian Daily Life in the Sculpture of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Russian Daily Life in the Sculpture of the 19th and 20th Centuries

22 november 2018—14 january 2019

The exhibition presents a “cross-section of Russian life” in genre scuplture from the mid-19th century to the present day.

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