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BIRGIT FREYBE BATEMAN: MINDFUL VISION (Canada)

Fishing Nets #1 Cambodia. 2009. Paper, giclee. 12.25x20 inches
1 june 2011—30 september 2011
The exhibition presents the сreative oeuvre of the contemporary Canadian photographer Birgit Freybe Bateman. The photographs that the artist made in numerous journeys about Canada and trips to different countries of the world (Italy, Russia, China, Japan, Vietnam, Laos, Butane, India and others), give the viewer an opportunity to appreciate Bateman's high skill and originality of interpretation of her Mindful Vision. The content of her works is not a concrete subject but the plastic motifs dictated by the expressive forms of objects, fragments and details commemorated by the photo lens. Unexpected angles and increased attention to color and especially texture draw a similarity between Bateman's photographs and oil painting, that gives the viewer opportunity to see the extraordinary and the unique even in motifs that are imperceptible at first sight.

Not Wireless. Saigon, Vietnam. Canvas, giclee. 52x39 inches Prayer Flags. Bhutan. 2007. Paper, giclee. 20x30 inches Dusty Market. Rajasthan, India. Canvas, giclee. 32x48 inches To Market –Girl with Chickens. Chengdu, Sichuan, China. 2001. Paper, giclee. 20x30 inches Schoolchildren. Tongsa Province, Bhutan. 2001. Paper, giclee. 20x30 inches Doll in Frozen Grasses. Salt Spring Island, Canada. Paper, giclee. 20x30 inches Tourists on Foot of Grand Buddha. Paper, giclee. 20x30 inches

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Andrei Tarkovsky. Artist of Space

Andrei Tarkovsky. Artist of Space

20 september—20 november 2017

The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Andrei Tarkovsky (1932–1986), famous Russian filmmaker and film director. A renowned master of cinema, Tarkovsky gained international recognition during his lifetime. He is considered the creator of a new language in cinematic art, having introduced new aesthetics and philosophy to it and influenced its further development.

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Mikhail Shvartsman. To the 90th Anniversary

Mikhail Shvartsman. To the 90th Anniversary

26 july—4 september 2017

Mikhail Shvartsman (1926-1997) is one of the few Russian artists of the after-war period who are claimed equal to the masters of the avant-garde epoch. His fame created around him a myth that prostrates far beyond his actual biography and academic art historic research.

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